The provider administers an anesthetic agent, steroid, or both via continuous infusion through a catheter as a nerve block of the femoral nerve to keep the target region anesthetized as long as required. The femoral nerve is one of the seven major peripheral nerves that supply the skin and muscles of the anterior thigh, medial leg, and foot. Catheter placement is included, so it should not be reported separately.
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