15 minutes | Feb 3, 2021

Interscalene Block, Piriformis Trigger Point, & Propofol in the ED?

Interscalene Block, Piriformis Trigger Point, & Propofol in the ED? In preparation for this weekend's: Ultrasound Pain Course for Emergency Medicine Physicians, Dr. Rosenblum discusses two recent articles in the literature discussing Interscalene Brachial Plexus Blocks vs Propofol for anterior shoulder dislocation and Piriformis injections... EM Physicians:  Opt in for the Emergency Room Ultrasound Pain Newsletter for Course Calendar! Pain Physicians! Subscribe for US Course Schedule, Calendar & Discounts! * indicates required Email Address * First Name Last Name       Course Schedule- Winter 2021 Released- Join our newsletter for updates! Upcoming  Ultrasound Course Dates for Emergency Medicine Physicians, Anesthesiologists and Pain Physicians Learn Brachial Plexus, Femoral, Sciatic, Saphenous, Genicular, IPACK, TAP, Paravertebral, Inercostal, Sacroiliac, Peripheral nerves, Iliioinguinal, Cluneal nerve blocks and more! February 7, 2020 Ultrasound Guided Pain Procedures for Emergency Room Physicians February 28, 2020 Ultrasound Guided Pain Procedures in the Pain Office March 14, 2020 Ultrasound Guided Regional Anesthesia for Anesthesiologists   Podcast References: 1.  Ultrasound-guided interscalene nerve block vs procedural sedation by propofol and fentanyl for anterior shoulder dislocations. Author links open overlay pane lEsmaeilRaeyat DoostaMohammad MehdiHeiranbMitraMovahedicAmirhosseinMirafzalc   2- Ultrasound‐guided trigger point injection for piriformis syndrome in the emergency department Victor M. Aquino‐Jose MD Veronika Blinder MD Jennifer Johnson BA Tatiana Havryliuk MD Journal of the American College of Emergency Physicians Open Volume 1, Issue 5
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