Oklahoma University College of Medicine | University of Oklahoma College of Medicine, Tulsa, Oklahoma; | Pain Evaluation & Treatment Center, Tulsa, Oklahoma
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Oklahoma University College of Medicine
University of Oklahoma College of Medicine, Tulsa, Oklahoma;
Pain Evaluation & Treatment Center, Tulsa, Oklahoma
Bhadresh Bhakta: Influence Statistics
|radiofrequency procedure patients||#3|
|patients excellent responses||#5|
|patient followup visits||#47|
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Prominent publications by Bhadresh Bhakta
Fluoroscopy‐guided Sacroiliac Joint Injections with Phenol Ablation for Persistent Sacroiliitis: A Case Series
[ PUBLICATION ]
In this article we are reporting on the use of fluoroscopy-guided 6% Phenol injections for the ablation of the sacroiliac joints (SIJs), utilizing retrospective review of case reports. We reviewed 10 patients (7 male and 3 female) who have known sacroiliitis proven by fluoroscopically guided sacroiliac joint (SIJ) injection (age ranged from 25 to 78). They all had 2 to 4 weeks of relief after the injections utilizing Bupivacaine 0.5% and 80 mg of depomedrol. They all had repeat ...
|Known for Joint Injections | Local Anesthetic | Pain Relief | Fluoroscopically Guided | Intra Articular|
Radiofrequency Neurolysis for Facet Arthropathy: A Retrospective Case Series and Review of the Literature
[ PUBLICATION ]
CONTEXT: Facet arthropathy is a common cause of spine-related pain. Typically resulting from spondylosis, trauma, including surgical trauma or post surgical stress is also a significant cause. Radiofrequency thermocoagulation or neurolysis may be an effective modality providing long-term improvement.
OBJECTIVES: To evaluate the success rates for radiofrequency neurolysis for facet arthropathy in a large retrospective case series in a single pain practice setting.
DESIGN: A retrospective ...
|Known for Facet Radiofrequency | Average Duration | Success Rates | Procedure Patients | Pain Practice|
Key People For Facet Arthropathy
Bhadresh Bhakta:Expert Impact
Concepts for whichBhadresh Bhaktahas direct influence:Facet arthropathy, Radiofrequency neurolysis, Retrospective case series, Average duration, Patients excellent responses, Joint injections, Lumbar facet, Cervical facet.
Bhadresh Bhakta:KOL impact
Concepts related to the work of other authors for whichfor which Bhadresh Bhakta has influence:Trigeminal neuralgia, Lumbar facet syndrome, Radiofrequency neurotomy, Sacroiliac joint, Facet arthropathy, Medial branch, Sij pain.
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