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    • A randomized comparison between interscalene and combined infraclavicular suprascapular blocks for arthroscopic shoulder surgery 

      Aliste Muñoz, Julián; Bravo Advis, Daniela; Finlayson, Roderick J.; Tran, De Q. (Springer, 2018)
      Background This randomized trial aimed to evaluate combined infraclavicular-suprascapular blocks (ICB-SSBs) as a diaphragm-sparing alternative to interscalene blocks (ISBs) for arthroscopic shoulder surgery. We hypothesized ...
    • Accurately determining accuracy 

      Aliste Muñoz, Julián; Bravo Advis, Daniela; Layera Ramos, Sebastián (Edizioni Minerva Medica, 2020)
    • Diaphragm-sparing nerve blocks for shoulder surgery, revisited 

      De Q., Tran; Layera Ramos, Sebastián; Bravo Advis, Daniela; Cristi Sánchez, Iver; Bermúdez, Loreley; Aliste Muñoz, Julián (BMJ Publishing Group, 2020)
      Although interscalene brachial plexus block (ISB) remains the gold standard for analgesia after shoulder surgery, the inherent risks of ipsilateral phrenic nerve block and hemidiaphragmatic paralysis (HDP) limit its use ...
    • Single- versus double-injection costoclavicular block: a randomized comparison 

      Layera Ramos, Sebastián; Aliste Muñoz, Julián; Bravo Advis, Daniela; Fernández Mujica, Diego; García, Armando; Finlayson, Roderick; Tran, D. Q. (BMJ, 2020)
      Background The costoclavicular approach targets the brachial plexus in the proximal infraclavicular fossa, where the lateral, medial, and posterior cords are tightly bundled together. This randomized trial compared single- ...
    • Treatment of complex regional pain syndrome: an updated systematic review and narrative synthesis 

      Duong, Silvia; Bravo Advis, Daniela; Todd, Keith J.; Finlayson, Roderick J.; Tran, De Q. (Springer, 2018-06)
      Although multiple treatments have been advocated for complex regional pain syndrome (CRPS), the levels of supportive evidence are variable and sometimes limited. The purpose of this updated review is to provide a critical ...