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Ultra Fast-Track en hernioplastia inguinal

Ultra Fast-Track in inguinal hernia repair

INTRODUCTION

Inguinal hernia surgery is a very common surgical procedure in our country, representing about 15% of all surgical procedures performed in the field of general surgery in adults. It is a relatively simple procedure, and with an increasingly frequent trend toward its inclusion in outpatient surgical programmes so the anaesthesia strategy employed becomes very relevant.

Bloc interscalénique

Interscalene block for necrotising fasciitis surgery in ASA IV patient

INTRODUCTION

Regional anaesthesia is presented as an alternative to general anaesthesia offering better control of postoperative pain and a shorter anaesthetic recovery time, although not without complications. These benefits are of great importance in patients with high comorbidity where general anaesthesia may pose a high risk.

The brachial plexus block at interscalene level is one of the most commonly used techniques for upper limb surgery.

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Awake patient intubation with AIRTRAQ: Bilateral Recurrent Paralysis

INTRODUCTION

The new ASA guidelines for the management of the difficult airway indicate the use of video laryngoscopy with an IA level of evidence because many studies show that with them, a high incidence of successful OTI is achieved on the first attempt, without a higher rate of injuries in the airway derived from its use being associated.