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by Kayli Wren | August 12, 2017
To relieve pain during childbirth and various surgeries, many patients are given anesthesia through an epidural or a spinal injection in their lower back. Most anesthesiologists use touch to find where to insert the needle, often missing the target space within the spine at least once for each patient, which ...
Credit: Kayli Wren, Charlottesville Tomorrow
RIVANNA Medical's Accuro device uses an ultrasound-based system to allow anesthesiologists to quickly and accurately locate where to place a needle for an epidural or spinal.
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