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The ilioinguinal nerve is a branch of the anterior rami of the L1 spinal nerve that originates in the lumbar plexus.
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February 2015: Tim Brennan
Hyperalgesia, IV diclofenac, IV lidocaine, Cancer recurrence
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February 2015: Neuraxial Analgesia Effects on Labor Progression with Dr. Erica Grant
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Acute pain, Chronic post-surgical pain, Neuropathic pain
The ASA has produced guidelines that define levels of sedation.
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Research in critical care, Colloids and crystaloids, Quality
Clinical findings consistent with cardiac tamponade include tachycardia, dyspnea, chest pain, diaphoresis, decreased arterial pulsation, muffled heart sounds, elevated jugular venous pressure and pulsus paradoxus. Classically Beck’s triad is used to characterize three signs of cardiac tamponade: hypotension, jugular venous distention and muffled heart sounds.