Bi-level Erector Spinae Plane Block: 6 Clinical Trials

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Bilateral Bi-level Erector Spine Plane Block as a Component of General Anesthesia in Surgical Correction of Spinal Deformations

Condition(s):Scoliosis; Spinal Deformity; Acute Pain; Chronic Pain; Postoperative Pain; Anesthesia; Regional Anesthesia Morbidity; Anesthesia, Local; Anesthesia Complication; Hyperalgesia; Intraoperative Complications; Intraoperative Hypotension; Intraoperative Blood Loss; Intraoperative Bleeding; Intraoperative Neurological Injury; Intraoperative Injury; Coagulation Disorder; Postoperative Nausea and Vomiting; Postoperative Cognitive Dysfunction; Neuropathic Pain; Nutrient Deficiency; Nutrition Disorders; Ventilator-Induced Lung InjuryLast Updated:April 6, 2022Recruiting

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