local anesthetic

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The most frequently used local anesthetic in dermatologicalpractice is lidocaine (1% or 2%) combined with epinephrine 1:100,000.
Early recognition of local anesthetic systemic toxicities and lipophilic drug toxicities is essential for improving patient outcomes and reversing potentially fatal drug overdoses.
Ropivacaine, (S entaniomeramino-amide) local anesthetic, chemically similar to bupivacaine, is being used at present because of its less cardiac and central nervous system toxicity.4
After the administration of local anesthetic (articaine / lidocaine) by either technique, wait of 10 to 15 minutes was observed for induction of anesthesia.
Whereas for application of local anesthetic gel, cotton buds were used.
The purpose of this study was to determine whether reducing the environmental temperature during treatment would reduce local anesthetic cytotoxicity in bovine articular chondrocytes.
Pain intensity was assessed twice: at the time of local anesthetic injection and during the epidural needle insertion.
WASHINGTON -- Local anesthetic injected into the lumbar spine--alone or with a steroid--may help patients avoid surgery for as long as 5 years, according to a study presented by K.
The ON-Q System provides post-operative pain relief by delivering a steady, regulated dose of local anesthetic to the surgical site for up to five days.
Seven percent of these patients were unsure as to having had a local anesthetic used.
A local anesthetic and ear protection (it's also noisy) are provided.
Local anesthetic activity seems to be an adsorption phenomenon, an interfacial interaction between the surface of the site of action (lipid or protein) and the molecular surface of the anesthetic.
Bupivacaine is a local anesthetic used in pain management.
The procedure is appealing because it involves minimal cutting, short recuperation time, little pain afterwards, and only a local anesthetic. Radical prostatectomy, on the other hand, is a major operation followed by weeks of recuperation and pain, not to mention occasional incontinence and an estimated 30 percent risk of impotence.
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