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3rd Edition of Global Conference on Surgery and Anesthesia

September 14-15, 2022 | Hybrid Event

September 14 -15, 2022 | Paris, France
GCSA 2021

BLOCK BEFORE BLOCK-Analgesic Efficacy of PENG (Pericapsular Nerve Group) Versus FICB (Fascia Iliaca Compartment Block) for positioning patients with Hip fractures for Spinal Anesthesia

Poonam Ghodki, Speaker at Surgery Congress
Smt. Kashibai Navale Medical College and General Hospital, India
Title : BLOCK BEFORE BLOCK-Analgesic Efficacy of PENG (Pericapsular Nerve Group) Versus FICB (Fascia Iliaca Compartment Block) for positioning patients with Hip fractures for Spinal Anesthesia

Abstract:

Fracture of the hip joint is a common and serious injury in geriatric population because of osteoporosis. Any movement at the hip joint, whether during transposition to hospital or during radiological procedure and then to OT, all causes extremely severe pain. Multiple comorbidities in elderly patients escalates the need for regional analgesia and anesthesia. For the surgical correction of hip fractures, spinal anesthesia is the commonly employed technique. However, the sitting position required for administering spinal anesthesia causes excruciating pain that may adversely affect the hemodynamic vital of the patient. Several methods like intravenous sedation, opioids and femoral nerve block have been studied with varied results to ameliorate the pain while positioning. FICB when compared with femoral nerve block has been found to be certainly superior in providing pain relief sans the motor block associated when the femoral nerve is blocked. PENG is a new block that is sparingly studied and thought to be more precise in blocking the pain of hip fractures. In our study we compared the analgesic efficacy of ultrasound guided PENG to supra inguinal FICB for positioning during spinal anesthesia and found both the blocks comparable.

Biography:

Dr Poonam Ghodki, completed MD in Anesthesiology & Critical Care from Seth GSMC & KEM Hospital, Mumbai, India in 2007. Cleared DNB Anesthesiology in the year 2008. Received Smt Bhagirithi and GS Ambardekar award for academic excellence in MD university examinations. Attached to a medical college and general hospital and working as a professor from 2015. Recognized PG guide from the MUHS university. Received many awards for essay competitions at various state and national conferences. Faculty speaker at various national and international conferences, webinars. Multiple publication in indexed national and international journals, published original articles, case reports, editorial and guest editorial. On the editorial board of international peer reviewed anesthesia journal JACCR, MBAR, on the reviewer board of Indian Journal, Brazilian journal of Anesthesiology, Journal of Anesthesiology and Clinical Pharmacology, Journal of Neuroanesthesiology etc. Received prestigious BMJ nomination in 2017for best original article published, South Asia category. Receiver of prestigious Pradnya trophy for best paper presentation in the national conference 2020.  

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