anesthetic


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lacking passion and emotion

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relating to or producing insensibility

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characterized by insensibility

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A minimum amount of local anesthetic solution should be used to avoid the harmful side effect.
The most frequently used local anesthetic in dermatologicalpractice is lidocaine (1% or 2%) combined with epinephrine 1:100,000.
For non-local anesthetic overdoses, McKenzie and co-investigators reported the prevalence rate of antidepressant overdoses to be 3.
1998) mentioned clove oil as a low-cost, ready-made, natural, safe, and most important anesthetic oil.
The electric current made the prilocaine hydrochloride enter the body more effectively; the permeation of the anesthetic through the mouth lining increased 12-fold.
The primary anesthetic efficacy parameter in this study was the subjective evaluation of pain during access cavity preparation and pulp extirpation.
The idea is to bring the anesthetic solution close to physiologic pH, which makes for a far less painful experience than injecting the acidic unbuffered solution.
Some anesthetics directly tap into sleep-promoting neurons in the brain, a study in mice reveals.
Such agents include benzocaine, butamben, cocaine, dibucaine, lidocaine, pramoxine, prilocaine, tetracaine, and dyclonine (a bactericidal and fungicidal local anesthetic used in lozenges and throat sprays for sore throats).
Randomized Clinical Trial of Local Anesthetic versus a Combination of Local Anesthetic with Self-Hypnosis in the Management of Pediatric Procedure-Related Pain.
5 months after they received a continuous intra-articular infusion of a local anesthetic for postsurgical pain with an infusion pump have prompted the Food and Drug Administration to issue a statement recommending against this practice.
Before recommending a topical anesthetic for any purpose, doctors should determine if the desired amount of pain relief can be achieved safely with a topical anesthetic or if a different treatment would be more appropriate," the FDA alert says.
Anesthetic compounds were initially easy to purchase.
The authors noted that, under the dentist's direct supervision, topical anesthetic could be used for patients with a low pain threshold, patients who were nervous, or to gain cooperation of apprehensive patients.
In a preliminary study, Massachusetts General Hospital researchers have linked a common general anesthetic to brain cell death and neuronal changes associated with Alzheimer's disease(AD), according to a report published in the February 7 Journal of Neuroscience.