pediatric regional and neuraxial anesthesia
Originally presented on November 1, 2017
Presented by: Kristen Spisak, MD-Assistant Professor, WSU BSOM; Director, Pediatric Acute and Comprehensive Pain Service, Dayton Children’s Hospital
1. Describe history, mechanism of action, and types of anesthetics.
2. Recognize signs and symptoms of local anesthetic systemic toxicity (LAST) and how to treat it.
3. Explain similarities and differences between types of neuraxial anesthesia techniques (spinal, epidural, and caudal).
4. Assess peripheral nerve blocks and their applications.
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