Infiltration of Local Anesthetic Technique for Longer Lasting Analgesia in Lumbar Spinal Fusion Surgery with EXPAREL® (bupivacaine liposome injectable suspension)
Touch Surgery Simulations, March 2017
Johns Hopkins Hospital
Touch Surgery Simulations, December 2016
EXPAREL® Bupivacaine Liposome Injectable Suspension - Total Knee Periarticular Infiltration Technique
Touch Surgery Simulations, November 2016
Thomas Jefferson University Hospital
Touch Surgery Simulations, October 2016
UC Irvine Health
Touch Surgery Simulations, December 2015
Touch Surgery Simulations, November 2014
This Touch Surgery simulations allows you to practice and rehearse preparing a patient suffering from Dupuytren’s contracture for fasciectomy (or the Dupuytren’s cord removal procedure), performing a fasciectomy, and subsequently closing the wound.
Breast Cancer Care
Touch Surgery Simulations, October 2014
This procedure demonstrates how to perform a sentinel lymph node biopsy for the left breast. A sentinel lymph node is defined as the first lymph node to which cancer cells are most likely to spread from…
Touch Surgery Simulations, January 2013
An emergency leg fasciotomy is the treatment of choice for compartment syndrome of the lower leg. This emergency procedure will release the pressure in the affected compartment and delay in surgical release will significantly impact on patient outcome.
Touch Surgery Simulations, November 2012
This procedure is an open carpal tunnel release surgery performed under local anesthesia for the treatment of carpal tunnel syndrome. The classical presentation of carpal tunnel syndrome includes pain and paraesthesia in the median nerve sensory distribution of the hand. This is often worse at night and exacerbated by activities that require a fixed position of the wrist. It is caused by compression of the median nerve by the carpal tunnel in the wrist.
We present a step-by-step guide to achieve patient positioning, anesthesia, access to the carpal ligament, identification of the median nerve and wound closure as performed by the authors at our institution.