Ultrasound imaging is a simple and noninvasive technique to provide a more accurate clinical assessment and localization of area of interest. This compact and portable machine provides better resolution and enhanced tissue penetration for identification and desired intervention in various body structures. Anesthesiologist have been performing diverse interventional procedures using anatomical landmarks over so many years with variable success rates, risks, and consequences of complications. Ultrasound has a role in vascular access, in neural access for nerve blocks and regional anesthesia, transesophageal echocardiography (TEE) for cardiac imaging with blood flows, and to assess the depth of epidural space in cases of difficult anatomy.
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