Regurgitation can occur during anesthesia and is readily identified as brown or yellow fluid exiting the mouth or nares. This video demonstrates what actions should be taken by the anesthetist when regurgitation is suspected or identified.
The brachial plexus block, depending on the technique utilized, blocks structures from the mid-humerus distally. In this video, we demonstrate how to place a brachial plexus block using a nerve stimulator.
This video demonstrates a transversus abdominis plane or TAP block, which provides complete sensory analgesia to the lateral and anterior abdominal wall. This local-regional anesthetic technique is helpful for providing analgesia for patients that have or will experience abdominal pain.