How Long Does a Median Nerve Block Last? Center

A median nerve block is a procedure to anesthetize part of the palm and fingers by injecting an anesthetic solution to numb the median nerve of the forearm. The median nerve block is often performed along with an ulnar and radial nerve block to anesthetize the whole hand and the palm. Read more: How Long Does a Median Nerve Block Last? Article


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