Atlas of Neural Therapy With Local Anesthetics by Mathias Dosch

By Mathias Dosch

"Neural treatment (NT) is a therapy of dysfunction(s) in the autonomic anxious method (ANS). NT was once built in Germany within the early a part of this century through physicians, Walter and Ferdinand Huneke. traditionally it consists of the injection of procaine into scars, glands, set off issues, acupuncture issues, vascular buildings, ligaments and autonomic ganglia. this can be a revised and up-to-date third version in Read more...

summary: "Neural remedy (NT) is a remedy of dysfunction(s) in the autonomic apprehensive process (ANS). NT was once constructed in Germany within the early a part of this century by means of physicians, Walter and Ferdinand Huneke. traditionally it comprises the injection of procaine into scars, glands, set off issues, acupuncture issues, vascular constructions, ligaments and autonomic ganglia. this can be a revised and up to date third variation in English. This atlas, with its awesome colour photos and anatomical drawings, offers the medical professional who makes use of Neural remedy a transparent photo of the several injections and Neural treatment suggestions. The textual content is succinct and restricted to the main crucial info in symptoms, fabrics and method. It describes the purpose of insertion, the path of the needle and the injection intensity. This transparent define shall we the health professional locate the knowledge wanted fast and efficiently"--Provided by means of writer

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The quantity injected is far less important than the correct site of the injection. The use of procaine or lidocaine solutions is contraindicated in the following disorders: Arteriovenous (AV) block, bradycardia, severe conduction disturbances, severe hypotonia, and cardiac decompensation. Lidocaine should be used for patients with hypersensitivity or allergy to procaine; to date no reports have been published describing allergic or hypersensitivity reactions to lidocaine. Obviously, a thorough anatomical knowledge and strict observance of sterile procedures are essential for any physician practicing neural therapy.

8 For patients suffering from gallbladder colic, paravertebral injections to the right intercostal nerves (p. 86) T 9– T 11 are recommended; for post-operative pain after abdominal surgery, the treatment consists of paravertebral injections to the intercostal nerves T 5– T 11. Within the segment, all hyperalgetic points, muscle spasm, and scars (p. 196) must be treated at the same time. Injections to the sympathetic chain (pp. 96–99) have proved extremely effective in the treatment of abdominal disorders.

The entry point lies on the anterior edge of the muscle at the transition from the caudal to the middle third b At the anterior edge of the sternomastoid muscle at a level midway between the first ring of the trachea and the upper border of the sternum Fig. 8 Injection to the stellate ganglion according to Leriche, as modified by P Dosch 47 48 4 Head, Neck Injection to the Stellate Ganglion (According to Herget) Materials: 80-mm-long needle, 2–5 ml procaine or lidocaine. Technique: (Herget’s method): The patient lies supine, with a firm pad under the shoulders, so that the head is bent back and the cervical spine hyperextended.

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