Ultrasound-assisted neuraxial anesthesia: An online education module
Bradley J. Mack, DNAP, CRNA
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Because US imaging is successfully used for peripheral nerve blocks, central venous catheter placement, and other procedures, it is reasonable to suppose that it may be a solution to improve neuraxial anesthesia in challenging populations. Naturally, the next step is education and exposure for anesthesia providers to make ultrasound-assisted neuraxial anesthesia (USANA) available for the improvement of practice.
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|Research Approach||Translational Research/Evidence-based Practice|
|Grantor||Bryan College of Health Sciences|
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