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>Revistas >Revista Mexicana de Anestesiología >Año 2008, No. 4


Zaragoza-Lemus G, Mejía-Terrazas GE, Peralta-Zamora E
Bloqueo de nervios periféricos guiados por ultrasonido
Rev Mex Anest 2008; 31 (4)

Idioma: Español
Referencias bibliográficas: 62
Paginas: 282-297
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RESUMEN

En los últimos años los avances tecnológicos han permitido aplicar nuevas técnicas de imagen a la realización de bloqueos de nervios periféricos en un afán de mejorar la calidad anestésica, así como la seguridad del paciente. Por lo tanto en los años 50 se incorporó la ultrasonografía para la realización de bloqueo de nervios periféricos, pero esto tiene implicaciones varias debido a que existen tres niveles bien definidos de aprendizaje como son: La necesidad de conocer y aprender las bases de la ultrasonografía (sonoanatomía), adaptarnos a las modificaciones de los abordajes que normalmente utilizamos debido a que el transductor produce una modificación de los mismos, y probablemente la tarea más importante en este aprendizaje es el poder identificar el nervio o plexo en una imagen en tiempo real. Este artículo es una guía para orientar en el manejo del ultrasonido y la realización de los distintos bloqueos nerviosos de mayor interés para los anestesiólogos.


Palabras clave: Anestesia regional, bloqueo de nervios periféricos, ultrasonido.


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