Localization of peripheral nerves : Success and safety with electrical nerve stimulation.

[Localization of peripheral nerves : Success and safety with electrical nerve stimulation.] Anaesthesist. 2014 Apr 10; Authors: Neuburger M, Schwemmer U, Volk T, Gogarten W, Kessler P, Steinfeldt T Abstract Peripheral electrical nerve stimulation is one of the standard applications in peripheral regional anesthesia in addition to the ultrasound technique. Among other findings, the visualization of needle and nerve during ultrasound-guided blockade caused a change in clinical practice of peripheral nerve stimulation in the last decade. In the present article old and new aspects of principles and clinical practice of the nerve stimulation technique are presented and summarized in a total clinical concept in order to achieve safe and successful peripheral regional anesthesia using electrical peripheral nerve stimulation. PMID: 24715260 [PubMed - as supplied by publisher]
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