Category Archives: Spinal Needles

Study Confirms Safeness of Caudal Blocks for Pediatric Surgery

Complication rate fewer than two percent for the regional anesthesia procedure A new report published in the October issue of Anesthesia & Analgesia shows that caudal nerve blocks, a common regional anesthesia procedure used in most pediatric surgeries, are safe … Continue reading

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Combating Lateral Deviation in Spinal and Procedure Needles

Part Three: The Interview  By Zach Rogers Editor, Havel’s Inc. Today, we’re wrapping up our three-part series on lateral deviation with an interview with one of Havel’s own. John Barrett is Vice President of Sales and Marketing for Havel’s, and … Continue reading

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Combating Lateral Deviation in Spinal and Procedure Needles

Part Two: Quality Control By Zach Rogers Editor, Havel’s Inc. Earlier, we discussed the importance of our Hakko multi-bevel spinal and procedure needles and the effect the multi-bevel has on reducing lateral deviation. Now let’s look more closely at another … Continue reading

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Combating Lateral Deviation in Spinal and Procedure Needles

Part One: The Bevel  By Zach Rogers Editor, Havel’s Inc. Lateral deviation is an all-too-common problem among many anesthesiologists, nurse anesthetists and radiologists in the field today. Although there have been many technological advances to help reduce deviation with longer … Continue reading

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