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prone spinal anaesthesia

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MAGRO:
I've performed spinal anaesthesia in the prone position in 60 patients for the spine surgery (i.e. lumbar disk erniation).
I 'ld like to discuss about this personal technique

kumar:
wow i have never seen

swatantramishra:
how are your results,did prone position affact the durstion of the block?
I've performed spinal anaesthesia in the prone position in 60 patients for the spine surgery (i.e. lumbar disk erniation).
I 'ld like to discuss about this personal technique
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MAGRO:
My results confirm the personal opinion that subaracnoid anaesthesia is better tolerated when performed in the prone position than in the other usual known.
In this field I suggest everybody to chek the possibility to realize this simply tecnique.
More information about in the next congress on this topic.

lovebailey2000:
This is really smthing new n xciting! wud luv to know more about it.

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