local anaesthetic

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The onset time, block efficacy and postoperative analgesic duration is prolonged with usage of Dexmedetomidine with local anaesthetic drugs.
The mandibular teeth pulpal anaesthesia can be achieved with greater success, if either we change the technique of administration of local anaesthesia or change the local anaesthetic solution.
We would therefore always encourage our patients to have local anaesthetic where it is feasible.
The ester group of local anaesthetic agents include: cocaine, chloroprocaine, procaine and tetracaine.
Institutions such as ours have formulated protocols for their administration based on the factors described by Rosenberg et al (1), with no reported cases of local anaesthetic systemic toxicity (LAST) as a result of TAP blocks or infusions in the literature.
When the drugs are administered intravenously appropriate for the symptoms the patient presents with, the toxicity and the side-effects of the local anaesthetic can be alleviated.
They compared the local anaesthetics to saline solution.
The types of interventions that were sought were local anaesthetic agent wound infiltration versus placebo/no infiltration, ilio-inguinal/iliohypogastric nerve block versus placebo/no treatment, local anaesthetic agent versus other methods of pain relief, and comparisons of different local anaesthetic agent techniques.
We had a patient recently with lots of allergies who couldn't have a local anaesthetic because she was allergic to it.
allergy or sensitivity to local anaesthetic agents including lidocaine (lignocaine), bupivacaine, levobupivacaine or ropivacaine
A MOTORIST who caused the death of a six-year-old boy said he had been feeling the side-effects of a local anaesthetic given during dental treatment minutes before, Cardiff Crown Court was told.
The systemic effects of cocaine were studied by Sigmund Freud, but cocaine's use as a local anaesthetic in surgery is credited to the American ophthalmologist Carl Koller, an associate of Freud.
11 Having a tooth extracted under local anaesthetic
And he claimed the anaesthetist was lying when he said he was unaware the dentist had given the boy a local anaesthetic.
Our TecTix system has been successfully tested in vitro on numerous drug models, including AP-1118, a local anaesthetic where concentration in the dermis was increased by +236%, improving the topical to systemic absorption ratio.
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