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

Summary

Pain control in injury management plays an important role in pediatric emergency medicine. Regional nerve blocks are widely underused in the pediatric population for a variety of reasons; however, when performed appropriately, they can provide adequate analgesia while having a very low risk of systemic toxicity. Nerve block techniques have been developed using anatomical landmarks, nerve stimulation, and ultrasound guidance.

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