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anaesthetic

(US), anesthetic
a substance that causes anaesthesia
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Srinivasan and Kavitha compared the effect of two local anesthetics (4% articaine and 2% lidocaine) in posterior maxilla in patients with irreversible pulpitis and they concluded that the efficacy of 4% articaine was superior to 2% lidocaine for maxillary buccal infiltration.
The study concluded that warming local anesthetics leads to less pain during injection and hence should be undertaken before administration.
In addition to the lipid sink theory, Ozcan and co-investigators have proposed another theoretical mechanism of action by which Intralipid provides a substrate for increased fatty acid uptake for metabolism counteracting any inhibition of fatty acid transport by lipophilic toxins, such as local anesthetics and calcium channel blockers.
Effect of anesthetics on stress and the innate immune system of gilthead bream (Sparusaurata).
In the new study, the researchers investigated a way of getting these topical anesthetics into the body more effectively, to see if they could replace needles altogether.
A study published in Colloids and Surfaces B: Biointerfaces reveals how the dentist could give you anesthetic using a tiny electric current instead of a needle.
Subjects' self reported pain response was recorded on Heft Parker Visual Analogue Scale after local anesthetic administration during access cavity preparation and pulp extirpation.
Your patients will applaud you enthusiastically when they're back home for your having used a long-acting anesthetic," said Dr.
Some anesthetics directly tap into sleep-promoting neurons in the brain, a study in mice reveals.
Activated charcoal effectively removes inhlaed anesthetics from modern anesthesia machines.
Local anesthetics are given by injection or topically, and include benzocaine, bupivacaine (Marcaine, Sensorcaine), chloroprocaine (Nesacaine), camphor, dibucaine (Nuper-cainal), levobupivacaine (Chirocaine), lidocaine (Xylocaine, Octocaine), mepivacaine (Carbocaine, Polocaine), pramoxine, prilocaine (Citanest), procaine (Novocaine), ropivacaine (Naropin), and tetracaine (Pontocaine).
Local anesthetics are used to locally desensitise the tissues to allow surgical interventions.