Lately the focus of recent developments in Anesthesia has shifted a lot towards regional anesthesia. USG guided nerve blocks have become a common practice. In the same reference, we have got Dr Mortada Jubara all the way from Iraq. He has generously shared his experiences with ISA Kakinada website.
Introduction to the Author
Dr Mortada Abdulhusein Jubara, is practicing senior anaesthesiologist in Iraq.
Department Head of anaesthesia and ICU in alzahrawi hospital in mysan city,
He has received fellowship of iraqi council of medical speciality(FICMS),
Diploma in anaesthesia from baghdad college(DA) ,MBCHB from mosul university.
He is running center of regional anaesthesia in alzahrawi hospital,
He has his main interest in Peripheral nerve blocks, and currently using PNS,USG,CSE,cervical epidural,thoracic epidural etc
Recently he has done a lot of cases just by USG (upper and lower limbs surgery,TAP block,rectus sheath block,subcostal block)
He is sharing some of his experiences with the users of site. You can post your queries and comments in the section below. Dr Mortada will answer them directly.
Axillary Brachial Plexus Block USG Guided
Axillary Block Part - 2
Interscalene block with PNS and USG
Interscalene block with deltoid twitch
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