recommended sites :
David Rosenblum of Maimonides Medical Center, gallery of block techinques, images only. Some anecdotal commentary by the author.
Joe Rodrigo site describes its training services and workshops. There is a nice gallery of lecture slides and videos for peripheral nerve blocks.
Limited number of videos availble to Basic subscribers.
Beautiful interface for links to YouTube block videos. Huge Ask the Experts section for expert techinical commentary. Quizzes available.
All about Intralipid for local anesthetic toxicity.
London Society of Anesthesia site. Sleek interface, low on content but includes links to well-produced YouTube videos.
Freely available high quality regional anesthesia textbook.
German authored block gallery with concise descriptions and decent videos as well as fundamentals about anatomy and, nerve stim, catheters.
UCSF atlas with brief descriptions and images.
Throrough but somewhat dated web gallery with excellent graphics detailing anatomy. Few videos but well-labeled ultrasound images.
Vast collection of resources on regional anesthesia; block technique, anatomy, sonoanatomy etc. Approx 10 well-produceced block videos.
Scattered resources, a few sonoanatomy videos, small image library, quizzes.
This site is down as of 12-22-15
Narrated library of well-produced block videos with short accompanying descriptions from Montreal General Hospital.
Huge collection of block with descriptions, illustrations, and videos; "controversial issues, recs" by New Zealand anesthesiologist Michael Frederickson
Short descriptions of block technique with a few images. Produced by staff at Toronto Western Hospital.