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Continuous axillary nerve block for chronic pain.
  1. M S Fewtrell,
  2. D J Sapsford,
  3. M J Herrick,
  4. G Noble-Jamieson,
  5. R I Russell
  1. Department of Paediatrics, Addenbrooke's Hospital, Cambridge.


    Continuous axillary nerve block was used to relieve pain after a chemical burn to the arm in a child on mechanical ventilation after liver transplantation. The analgesia was sufficient to replace parenteral analgesia and allow extubation.

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