New peripheral nerve blocks: are they worth the hype?
The advent of portable ultrasound technology has revolutionised our ability to place peripheral nerve blocks within tissue planes. Ultrasound guidance has facilitated the introduction of new innovative approaches to deeper nerves not previously attempted using landmark-based techniques. The majority of these truncal blocks involve the branches of the spinal nerves.
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