PLEXUS and BLOCK1.
Describe anatomy of brachial plexus. Describe briefly various techniques of brachial plexusblock with their merits and demerits.2.
Describe anatomy of brachial plexus. Enumerate different techniques and describe onetechnique in detail.3.
Describe anatomy of cervical plexus and describe the method of cervical plexus block and itscomplications for nontoxic thyroidectomy.4.
Describe the anatomy of epidural space. Write different methods of detecting epidural space.5.
Describe different methods of controlling post-thoracotomy pain.6.
Describe pharmacology of local analgesic agents and discuss the role of regional analgesiatechnique in pediatric practice.7.
Describe the anatomy of intercostals nerve. Discuss the various methods to block it.8.
Write anatomy of inguinal canal. Describe methods of anesthesia for hernioplasty.9.
Describe anatomy of epidural space. Describe indications, advantages and disadvantages of epidural opiods.10.
Describe anatomy of 1
rib and its relevance to anesthesiologist.11.
Discuss the physiological changes in cardiovascular system during spinal anaesthesia anddescribe the management of a patient with high spinal block.12.
Describe the nerve innervation of the foot with diagram and discuss the local anaestheticblock at the ankle for the amputation of gangrenous toes in a patient13.
Describe anatomy of epidural space. Discuss the combined spinal-epidural anaesthesia.14.
Discuss the indication, contraindication and complication of spinal anesthesia.15.
Describe neurological Sequelae following central neural blockade. How will you prevent andtreat them.16.
Describe anatomy of brachial plexus. Enumerate different techniques of the block. Discussinterscalene approach and its indications and complications.