Supraclavicular brachial plexus block – Spinal Anaesthesia o
Dr. Rajasekaran Stephen
Supraclavicular brachial plexus block – Spinal Anaesthesia of Upper Limb– can be performed more safely
“Man uses his arms and hands constantly and as a result he exposes his arms and hands to injury constantly. Man also eats constantly. Man’s stomach is never really empty. The combination of man’s prehensibility and his unflagging appetite keeps a steady flow of patients with injured upper extremities and full stomachs streaming into hospital emergency rooms. This is why the brachial plexus is so frequently the anesthesiologist’s favorite group of nerves”

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