• 5 Regional Anesthesia Strategies

5 Regional Anesthesia Strategies to Improve Patient Care (and Bring in More Patients)

Regional anesthesia has many benefits, for both patients and doctors. It allows surgeons to perform more complex procedures while prescribing patients fewer postoperative narcotics, and is less likely to cause nausea and other side effects in patients, yet many medical centers have trouble incorporating local anesthesia (also known as “nerve blocks”) into their procedures. What are the best ways

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  • Anesthesia: Far from Routine

Anesthesia: Far from Routine

It’s a testament to the skill and professionalism of anesthesiologists that the highly misleading term “routine anesthesia” has entered popular parlance. For medical practices that are performing increasingly complex surgeries in-house, finding reliable anesthesia services is important to ensure successful results. The truth is that any anesthesia is far from routine. Anesthesia is a delicate, amazing procedure that allows physicians

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