Analgesia included routine preoperative gabapentin, diclofenac, and acetaminophen; routine postoperative gabapentin, NSAIDs, and acetaminophen; and transversus abdominis
plane blocks in 32 of the ERAS patients.
Floor is formed by the aponeurosis of transversus abdominis
muscle and roof by the latissimus dorsi muscle.
Two decades ago, a series of studies by Hodges and Richardson (10-12) demonstrated altered anticipatory control of the transversus abdominis
during voluntary upper and lower limb movements, which has led to an emphasis on targeting this muscle in many rehabilitation programs.
Objectives: This study aims to evaluate the thickness of the abdominal muscles on both sides in patients with mild adolescent idiopathic scoliosis (AIS) and to assess the absolute and relative thickness of oblique external (OE), oblique internal (OI), and transversus abdominis
(TrA), lumbar multifidi, and other paraspinal, abdominal, diaphragmatic, and pelvic musculature are targeted in core stabilization exercises.
Efficacy of the subcostal transversus abdominis
plane block in laparoscopic cholecystectomy: Comparison with conventional port-site infiltration.
This study evaluates the thickness, symmetry, and activation of the external oblique (EO), the internal oblique (IO) and the transversus abdominis
(TrA) muscles of patients with AIS and compares these data with a group of normal adolescents.
muscle release: a novel approach to posterior component separation during complex abdominal wall reconstruction.
After induction of general anesthesia, ultrasound guided transversus abdominis
plane block was performed with Kontron Agile ultrasound system using linear transducer (8-12 Hz) 15 minutes prior to the surgical incision.
So far, transversus abdominis
plane (TAP) block technique which was first reported by Rafi , seems to offer an effective local pain control to the patients.
The synergistic action of LM and transversus abdominis
(TrA) is widely documented.
Your external muscles can start to work hard to the point where your core muscles"--the diaphragm, pelvic floor, transversus abdominis
and multifidus, all deep under the surface--"decide to take a backseat.