Ultrasound guidance for regional anesthesia and analgesia has gained enormous popularity during the past several years. It is anticipated that ultrasound-guided regional anesthesia will become the ‘GOLD’ standard for performance of regional anesthesia.
Using Life ultrasound-guided peripheral nerve block is associated with an increased overall success rate when compared with nerve stimulation or other methods. Life ultrasound guidance resulted in higher success, faster onset, and progression of sensorimotor block, without an increase in block procedure time, or complications.
Ultrasound Anesthesia Needle vs. Nerve Stimulator
|Item||Ultrasound anesthesia needle||Nerve Stimulator|
|First Time Puncture Success rate||100%||60%|
|Onset Time of local anesthetics||Faster||Slower|
|Analgesic effect||Better||Less good|
|Dosage of postoperative analgesia||Accurately||More used|
Ultrasound Anesthesia Needle of Life Medical Regular Anesthesia Needle
● 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
● Patented ultrasound feedback dots help to feed back the ultrasound and give clear view perfectly.
● Better precision and safety in anesthetic application without damage to the corresponding nerve.
● Centimeter marking which allow checking of the depth of needle insertion.