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Total Spinal Block (TSB)

  • Yutaka MasudaEmail author
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Abstract

TSB performed intentionally is injected with a lot of (20 ml) local anesthetic intrathecally, and it is performed as therapeutic procedures, such as intractable pain in the head, cervix, and upper limbs besides whiplash injury.

Keywords

Total spinal block Intractable pain Whiplash injury Apnea Seizure 

References

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    Yokoyama M, Itano Y, Kusume Y, et al. Total spinal anesthesia provides transient relief of intractable pain. Can J Anaesth. 2002;49:810–3.CrossRefGoogle Scholar

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Department of Pain ClinicThe Tokyo Clinic, OtemachiTokyoJapan

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