Episode 14: Additives for Peripheral Nerve Blocks
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Raj Gupta (@dr_rajgupta) and Eric Schwenk (@ESchwenkMD) discuss the value and risks of additives used to extended analgesia with peripheral nerve blocks. Our guests for this show are Chad Brummett (@drchadb) from the University of Michigan and Brian Williams (firstname.lastname@example.org) from the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center and the VA Pittsburgh Healthcare System. Recorded 08/10/2017.
Thanks to The Preps from Philadelphia, PA for the music: “The Grind (9 to 5)" and "Unknown Night". The band features Steve Breslin on vocals/guitars, Bryan Schwenk on guitars/vocals, Jeff Frederick on bass, and Eric Schwenk on drums.
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