Takayuki Yoshida, MD, PhD, EDRA
Department of Anesthesiology, Kansai Medical University Hospital
Dr. Takayuki Yoshida graduated as a medical doctor from Niigata University, Japan in 2006. He obtained a board certification from the Japanese Society of Anesthesiologists in 2013. He successfully defended his PhD thesis in 2015 at Graduate School of Niigata University Medical and Dental Sciences. He has been employed as an Assistant Professor at Kansai Medical University Hospital since 2016. Dr. Yoshida’s main areas of interest are the techniques used for ultrasound-guided peripheral nerve block. He and his colleagues have published several papers about clinical trials of peripheral nerve blocks, especially truncal blocks and nerve blocks for lower extremity surgery, in renowned anesthesia journals. Furthermore, he has given a number of lectures and served as an instructor on different aspects of regional anesthesia at national and international congresses. In 2015, he received the Young Investigator’s Award of Japanese Society of Anesthesiologists for his research regarding a continuous thoracic paravertebral block. In addition, he received the Young Investigator’s Award of The Japan Society for Clinical Anesthesia for his research regarding a new obturator nerve block technique in 2016. He occasionally serves as a guest reviewer for leading international anesthesia journals including British Journal of Anaesthesia, Journal of Anesthesia, and Regional Anesthesia and Pain Medicine.
Board Certified Anesthesiologist of Japanese Society of Anesthesiologists (2013-present), Board Certified Cardiovascular Anesthesiologist of Japanese Society of Cardiovascular Anesthesiologists (2015-present), Certified Instructor of Japan Society for Clinical Anesthesia (Nerve Block) (2016-present), European Diploma in Regional Anaesthesia and Acute Pain Management; EDRA (2017-present), Board member of Japanese Society of Regional Anesthesia (2019-present)
- Effects of catheter tip location on the spread of sensory block caused by a continuous thoracic paravertebral block: a prospective, randomized, controlled, double-blind study. BioMed Research International 2019, Article ID 1051629, pp1-8, 2019.
- An ultrasound-guided lateral approach for proximal sciatic nerve block: a randomized comparison with anterior approach and a cadaveric evaluation. Regional Anesthesia and Pain Medicine 43(7), pp712-719, 2018.
- Analgesic efficacy of bilateral continuous transversus abdominis plane blocks using an oblique subcostal approach in patients undergoing laparotomy for gynaecological cancer: a prospective, randomised, triple-blind, placebo-controlled study. British Journal of Anaesthesia 117(6), pp812-20, 2016.
- A new ultrasound-guided pubic approach for proximal obturator nerve block: clinical study and cadaver evaluation. Anaesthesia 71(3), pp291-7, 2016.
- Effects of ropivacaine concentration on the spread of sensory block produced by continuous thoracic paravertebral block: a prospective, randomised, controlled, double-blind study. Anaesthesia 69(3), pp231-9, 2014.
- Ultrasound-guided obturator nerve block: a focused review on anatomy and updated techniques. BioMed Research International 2017, Article ID 7023750, pp1-9, 2017.