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Evaluating the Effectiveness of Bilateral ESPB in Addition to Standard Analgesia at Reducing Opioid Consumption

Study the benefits of a Erector Spinae nerve block for pain control and decrease narcotics usage after mammoplasty in an ambulatory setting


Bilateral vs. Unilateral Erector Spinae Plane Block

The importance of multimodal analgesia for postoperative pain management is well known and regional anesthesia techniques are commonly prefferred to provide better analgesia. Erector spinae plane block (ESB) is a new defined and effective regional anesthesia technique. But two injections can be unconfortable for some patients. With this study, we aimed to compare the analgesia effect of bilateral and unilateral ESP block for laparoscopic cholecystectomy.

Erector Spinae Plane Block for Peroperative Analgesia and Intraabdominal Tissue Oxygenation

Brief summary: Regional anesthesia decreases the need for intravenous analgesia in the peri-operative period. Erector spinae plane (ESP) is a regional anesthesia technique shown to be effective at the dorsal and ventral rami of the thoracic spinal nerve along with sympathetic nerve fibers. The purpose is to demonstrate the contribution of ESP block to the postoperative analgesia by ultrasonography and to increase intraabdominal tissue oxygenation compared to the control group.


Analgesia of Erector Spinae Plane Block Versus Quadratus Lumborum Block

Colorectal cancer is the third most common cancer worldwide. These patients usually undergo open surgical resection of cancer under general anaesthesia. The aim of this study is to detect whether the Erector spinae plan block or Quadratus lumborum block will provide the most ideal analgesia for these patients. Erector spinae plan block is a novel analgesic technique that provides both visceral and somatic analgesia due to its communication with the paravertebral space. Quadrat...

Erector Spinae Plane Block for Postoperative Analgesia for Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy

Erector Spinae Plane Block is a newly defined regional anesthesia technique. Its use for many indications has been identified by case reports in the literature. As the investigators have considered that erector spinae plane block could be efficacious for providing postoperative analgesia in laparoscopic cholecystectomy, the investigators have implemented application of this blockade into practice at the clinic. Main purpose of this study is to evaluate the analgesic effect of u...

Ultrasound Guided Bilateral Erector Spinae Plane Block Versus Tumescent Anesthesia

In breast reduction surgery, pain control is usually performed with tumescent anesthesia, thoracic epidural anesthesia, intercostal nerve blocks and paravertebral block applications. Tumescent anesthesia is also preferred by plastic surgeons because of the varying risk of thoracic epidural anesthesia and paravertebral block applications. After the Erector spinae block was first described by Forero in 2016, it was reported to have been applied in many cases, including breast su...

Comparion of Erector Spinae Plane Block and Quadratus Lumborum Block in Laparoskopic Cholecystectomy

Erector Spinae Plane Block is a newly defined regional anesthesia technique. Its use for many indications has been identified by case reports in the literature. As the investigators have considered that erector spinae plane block could be efficacious for providing postoperative analgesia in laparoscopic cholecystectomy, the investigators have implemented the application of this blockade into practice at the clinic.Quadratus Lumborum block (QLB) type 2 is another regional anesth...

Comparison of Transversus Abdominis Plane Block and Erector Spinae Plane Block in Inguinal Hernia Repair

Multimodal analgesia is used to control postoperative pain in inguinal hernia repair. Transversus abdominis plane block is an effective regional anesthesia technique for postoperative analgesia in inguinal hernia repairs. The erector spinae plane block applied to thelow thoracic region was also reported to provide effective analgesia in these surgeries. In this study, we aimed to determine and compare the effects of transversus abdominis plane block and lumbar erector spinae pl...

Erector Spinae Plane vs. Paravertebral Nerve Block for Thoracic Surgery

Continuous paravertebral analgesia and erector spinae plane blockade (ESP) are accepted techniques at University of Pittsburgh Medical Center (UPMC) for the management of thoracic pain following surgery and trauma. Recently, an increasing number of erector spinae plane nerve blocks are being performed as it has been demonstrated in our institution, and via case reports that the blocks provide clinical effectiveness, but may have a better side-effect profile than the paravertebr...

Erector Spinae Plane (ESP) Versus Paravertebral Nerve (PVB) Blockade for Acute Unilateral Rib Fracture Pain

Continuous paravertebral analgesia and erector spinae plane blockade (ESP) are accepted techniques at University of Pittsburgh Medical Center (UPMC) for the management of thoracic pain following surgery and trauma. Recently, an increasing number of erector spinae plane blocks are being performed as it has been demonstrated in our institution and via case reports that they provide clinical effectiveness, but may have a better side-effect profile than the paravertebral nerve bloc...

Sensorial Block Assessment of Erector Spinae Block

Ultrasound-guided erector spinae plane blocks are used as postoperative analgesia method for abdominal, chest and hip surgeries. Regional techniques are well-described methods for postoperative analgesia. However, the sensorial dermatomal spread of regional block varies depending on the multiple variables as the level of the block, local analgesic concentration etc. The aim of this study is to observe dermatomal evaluation of sensorial block.

Lumbar Erector Spinae Plane Block and Quadratus Lumborum Block in Hip and Proximal Femur Surgeries

Multimodal analgesia is used to control postoperative pain in hip surgery. Quadratus lumborum block is an effective regional anesthesia technique for hip and proximal femur surgery. The erector spinae plane block applied to the lumbar region was also reported to provide effective analgesia in these surgeons. In this study, we aimed to determine and compare the effects of quadratus lumborum block and lumbar erector spinae plane block on postoperative pain in hip and proximal fem...

Postoperative Analgesia in Patients With Microvascular Decompression

Perioperative pain is caused by a variety of harmful factors through multiple mechanisms, therefore, reasonable postoperative analgesia should be combined with drugs or measures of different mechanism , which is called multimodal analgesia. Multimodal analgesia could minimize side effects and achieve a better analgesic effect. Commonly used strategies of multimodal analgesia are oral analgesic drug, nerve block, patient controlled analgesia and so on. This study will observe th...

Erector Spinae Versus Ilioinguinal/ Ilio-hypogastric Block in Children Undergoing Inguinal Surgeries

Investigators aim to compare the efficacy of US-guided II/IH nerve block versus US-guided ES block for pediatric unilateral inguinal hernia repair with respect to postoperative analgesia

Erector Spinae Plane Block for Peri-operative Pain Management in Pediatric Open Pyeloplasty Cases

Regional anesthesia decreases the need for intravenous analgesia in the peri-operative period. Erector spinae plane (ESP) and transversus abdominus plane (TAP) blocks are two common regional anesthesia techniques shown to be effective in open abdominal surgeries. We aim to compare effectiveness of ESP block with TAP block for peri-operative analgesia in pediatric open pyeloplasty patients with a flank incision.

Erector Spinae Plane Block and Oblique Subcostal Transverse Abdominis Plane Block in Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy

Erector Spinae Plane Block is a newly defined regional anesthesia technique. Its use for many indications has been identified by case reports in the literature. As the investigators have considered that erector spinae plane block could be efficacious for providing postoperative analgesia in laparoscopic cholecystectomy, the investigators have implemented the application of this blockade into practice at the clinic.Oblique subcostal transverse abdominis plane block (OSTAP) is an...

Rib Microtia and the Erector Spinae Plane (ESP) Block

The erector spinae plane block is a novel regional anesthetic technique that allows for analgesia of the thorax and abdomen with a peripheral nerve block. This study is being performed to assess the effectiveness of this technique in reducing post-operative pain scores and opiate requirements in pediatric and adult patients undergoing rib cartilage grafting surgeries.

Erector Spinae Plane Versus Interscalene Blocks for Shoulder Surgery

The goal of this study is the evaluation of erector spinae plane (ESP) blocks as an alternative to interscalene brachial plexus nerve blocks for rotator cuff repair and total shoulder arthroplasty procedures. Currently, single shot interscalene nerve blocks are performed for rotator cuff repair surgeries, and interscalene nerve catheters are placed for total shoulder arthroplasty surgeries. Erector spinae plane blocks are commonly used as part of the anesthetic plan for other s...

Comparison of Erector Spinae Plane Block With Thoracic Paravertebral Block for Breast Surgery

Postoperative analgesia in breast surgery is a difficult and overworked issue due to etensive surgery and complex innervation of the breast. Erector spinae plane block (ESB) is a new defined and promising regional anesthesia technique for thoracic analgesia. Main purpose of this study is to compare the analgesic effect of ultrasound guided ESB with thoracic paravertebral block - the golden standard method for postoperative regional analgesia technique in breast surgery.

Regional Anesthesia for Cardiothoracic Enhanced Recovery (RACER) Study

The erector spinae plane block is a novel regional anesthetic technique that allows for analgesia of the thorax and abdomen with a peripheral nerve block. The goals of this study are to determine if bilateral erector spinae plane blocks (ESPB) after sternotomy for congenital heart repair in high risk children and adults can decrease outcomes such as duration of postoperative mechanical ventilation (MV), perioperative opioid consumption, days in the intensive care unit (ICU) and...

Erector Spinae Plane Block Versus Opioid Based General Anesthesia During Laparoscopic Bariatric Surgery

bilateral continuous erector spinae plane blockade may represent a valuable alternatives to thoracіc epidurals analgaesіa in treatment of thoracic neuropathic pain. There were 3 cases reported in 2017 suggested that the erector spinae plane block provides visceral abdominal analgesia in bariatric surgery and at end of the report they recommended further clinical investigation. The investigators hypothesіzed that performing the erector spinae plane (ESP) block at T7 would pr...

Bilateral Ultrasound Guided ESP Block Versus TAP Block on Post-operative Analgesia After Total Abdominal Hysterectomy

- Abdominal hysterectomy is an open surgical procedure associated with considerable post-operative pain. Narcotics are often required during patient recovery but can result in adverse side effects. Transversus abdominis plane block(TAP block) is a regional anesthetic technique that is found to be effective as post-operative analgesia after total abdominal hysterectomy. Recently, erector spinae plane block(ESP)block is found to be safe, and simple regio...

Erector Spinae Plane Block Versus Intercostal for VATS

The Erector Spinae Plane (ESP) block is a new interfascial regional anesthesia technique recently described by Forero et al. Currently the literature shows the ESP block being used for analgesia after thoracic surgery, breast surgery, abdominal surgery (visceral abdominal analgesia in bariatric surgery, ventral hernia repair, cholecystectomy), thoracic vertebral surgery and for pain relief in rib fractures. Taking in consideration the excellent clinical experience, but the lack...

ESPB Versus INB With PCIA in Video-assisted Thoracic Surgery

A randomized prospective trial to test the non-inferiority of erector spinae plane block (ESPB) in comparison with intercostal nerve block combined with patient-controlled intravenous analgesia in Thoracoscopic lung surgery

The Effect of Double Injection Erector Spinae Plane Block on Postoperative Pain Following Breast Surgery

Postoperative analgesia in breast surgery is a difficult and overworked issue due to extensive surgery and complex innervation of the breast. Erector spinae plane block (ESB) is a new defined regional anesthesia technique for thoracic analgesia.Main purpose of this study was to evaluate the analgesic effect of ultrasound guided double injection ESB in breast surgery.


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