Ultrasound-guided single shot preemptive erector spinae plane block for thoracic surgery in a pediatric patient
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CitationÇiftçi, B. ve Ekinci, M. (2020). Ultrasound-guided single shot preemptive erector spinae plane block for thoracic surgery in a pediatric patient. Agri-The Journal of The Turkish Society of Algology, 32(1), 58-59. http://doi.org/10.14744/agri.2019.57778
The ultrasound-guided erector spinae plane block (ESPB) is a novel interfascial plane block that provides thoracic analgesia at T5 level. ESPB is easy to perform and it is safe due to USG guidance. Thus, ESPB may be a good alternative to other invasive techniques, such as thoracal epidural analgesia in the postoperative analgesia treatment following thoracic surgery. In this correspondence, our aim is to present our effective ESPB experience for a pediatric patient.
SourceAgri-The Journal of The Turkish Society of Algology
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