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Development of ultrasound guided regional anaesthesia in the emergency department, Hospital Kuala Lumpur.

Ultrasound guided regional anaesthesia is a fast-rising acute pain management modality in emergency departments worldwide. It is a safe and effective alternative to opioid based systemic analgesia. Establishing a standardised and efficient protocol requires a multidisciplinary approach namely involving collaborations between anaesthesiology and emergency medicine counterparts. In this article, we outline our approach in establishing an end-to-end service which is both patient-centred and sustainable.

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