With the popularization of ultrasound technology and the simplification of equipment operation, it has become a trend for clinicians to master ultrasound visualization technology, and ultrasound-guided visualization of nerve blocks has become a common method. The original blind injection was transformed into a precise ultrasound-guided injection mode.
The practical application of P50 in operating room
Take ultrasound-guided radial artery puncture as an example, it helps anesthesiologist accurately complete anesthesia. The wireless design meets the requirements of complete aseptic surgery and brings a more comfortable experience to doctors and patients.
Ultrasound-guided visualization block anesthesia techniques for head and face, limbs, trunk, joints, chest and abdominal wall, etc., including cervical plexus, brachial plexus (intermuscular groove, supraclavicular, axilla), shoulder, elbow, hand, wrist, pelvis, knee, ankle, lumbar plexus, transverse abdominis plane, epidural puncture, intercostal nerve, paravertebral nerve block.
Ultrasound-guided arteriovenous catheterization;
Ultrasound assessment in the perioperative period: predict difficulty when using laryngoscopy among obese patients, locate the trachea and cricothyroid membrane, assess vocal cord function, airway-related nerve blocks, predicting the size of tracheal tubes, cutting cannula and bronchial tubes, etc.