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Vascular access

Microconvex Probe Subclavian Central Venous Catheterisation- our favourite method

Microconvex Probe Internal Jugular Vein Central Venous Catheterisation

Linear Probe Right Sided Subclavian Central Venous Catheterisation

Left subclavian central venous catheterisation

Peripheral venous cannulation

 

 

Ultrasound guided nerveblocks

 

Infraclavicular brachial plexus block

Supraclavicular brachial plexus block

Popliteal sciatic nerve block

Saphenous nerve block

Airway management

Airway ultrasound

Scalpel cricothyroidotomy

Cannula cricothyroidotomy

About us

We work at the department of anaesthesia and intensive care at Skåne University Hospital, Lund, Sweden. These are our takes on the procedures that we use in our clinical daily lives. We’re adding films at the rate we produce them. Everything is released on YouTube under a Creative Commons licence, so feel free to use them in any non-commercial way. If you do though, we would appreciate feed-back on the usual social media channels.

Robin Lundén MD

Passionate about anaesthesia, ICU, teaching, videography and technology in equal measure. Flipping the classroom in Swedish over at internetanestesi.se.

Ola Borgquist MD, PhD, DESA

Rising star in anaesthesia and ICU. Consumes copious amounts of scientific literature. Has yet to meet a patient he believes wouldn’t benefit from regional anaesthesia in one way or another.

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