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<< Pediatric Nerve Blocks: An Evidence-Based Approach (Trauma CME)

Introduction

Peripheral nerve blocks are commonly used in patients with lacerations, fractures, and other injuries when pain is expected during the management of the condition. Compared to local infiltration, nerve blocks are thought to prevent further wound distortion and allow for improved analgesia; additionally, they require a lower volume of anesthetic, reducing the risk of systemic toxicity

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