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The main methods of regional analgesia in the practice of pediatric anesthesiologist are discussed in this article. Description of these methods is presented, including anatomy, sonoanatomy, and techniques for performing these regional blocks. The main indications for the use of different methods of regional anesthesia in the arsenal of pediatric anesthetist are considered. The main local anesthetics and their dosage are presented depending on the regional method.
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