Effectiveness of Suprascapular Nerve Block in Patient Satisfaction and Outcome
A Randomized Study of the Effectiveness of Suprascapular Nerve Block in Patient Satisfaction and Outcome After Arthroscopic Subacromial DecompressionArthroscopy; 2011; 27(10):1323-1328
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45 individuals who had been diagnosed with shoulder impingement and were treated with arthroscopic subacromial decompression (ASD) were randomized to receive either SSN block, placebo (saline), or a subacromial infiltration of local anesthesia. Post-operative results indicated that patients who received SSN displayed significantly less pain and required significantly less analgesia in comparison t...
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