|Name||Disposable Nerve Block Plexus Echogenic Needle|
|Tip||Grinding both sides of the edge of the tip|
About Ultrasound guidance
Regional Anesthesia (RA) and peripheral nerve blocks (PNBs) improve patient outcomes. RA and multimodal analgesia have revolutionized pain management to reduce dependency on opioids and gas anesthesia. Ultrasound, objective injection pressure monitoring and nerve stimulation are synergistic and additive, offering the clinicians with complementary information to get the broadest picture possible. Ultrasound guided peripheral nerve block is associated with an increased overall success rate when compared with nerve stimulation or other methods. Ultrasound guidance resulted in higher success, faster onset, and progression of sensorimotor block, without an increase in block procedure time, or complications.
Provide perfect ultrasound echogenicity to maximize the technique's results
100% puncture success rate
Shorter onset time of local anesthetics
Lower neurological complications
Less dosage of postoperative analgesia
New system of die-cutting in the last cm of the tip make it perfectly visible in ultrasound.
Display anatomic structure of target nerve location in real time.
Better precision and safety in anesthetic application without damage to the corresponding
Centimeter marking which allow checking of the depth of needle insertion.
Ultrasound anesthesia needle using ultrasound for precise detection of definite nerve areas. Nerve blocks are used as anesthesia for surgical procedures as well as for pain therapy involving the upper and lower extremities with various block techniques.
Ultrasound anesthesia needle (For nerve block of surgical procedures) Ultrasound anesthesia needle
For pain therapy