COMPLICATIONS DURING A SUPRACLAVICULAR ANESTHESIA OF THE BRACHIAL PLEXUS WITH INTERSCALENE APPROACH

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Minko Minkov; Maria Vankova; Radoslav Minkov; Stefaniya Terzieva; Toni Dimitrov; Iskren Velikov;
(2012)
  • Publisher: Peytchinski Publishing
  • Journal: Journal of IMAB (issn: 1312-773X)
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  • Subject: RK1-715 | Dentistry | R5-920 | Medicine (General) | phrenic nerveм accessory phrenic nerveм brachial plexusм cervical plexusм
    mesheuropmc: circulatory and respiratory physiology

A hemidiaphragmatic paresis is one of the most frequently observed complications following the supraclavicular anesthesia of the brachial plexus with interscalene approach. In patients, crucially dependant on adequate diaphragmatic function, hemidiaphragmatic paresis ma... View more
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