local anaesthetic


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local anaesthetic

Med a drug that produces local anaesthesia
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The abdominal wall supplied by nerves lying between the internal oblique and transversus abdominis muscles can be blocked by injecting local anaesthetic drugs in the transverse abdominal plane in the region of Petit's triangle (TAP Block).
The effect of warming local anaesthetic on the pain of injection during sub-Tenon's anaesthesia for cataract surgery.
At our clinic we have been offering face and neck lifts under local anaesthetic for several years now and it's proving very popular.
The mechanism of local anaesthetic agents is by blockade of Na+, K+ and C [a.
Although no harm befell the patient, a comment from the authors on the potential danger of the described TAP catheter technique regarding the use of high local anaesthetic doses may have been helpful.
Local anaesthetic toxicity can cause the patient to experience light-headedness, dizziness, confusion, severe arrhythmias, can lead to cardiac and respiratory depression and loss of consciousness.
Washington, July 8 (ANI): Local anaesthetics are likely to have potential therapeutic effects on inflammatory bowel disease (IBD), according to a new study.
It is also important to consider the cost implications of local anaesthetic administration.
There's also a new system called the wand, a computerised local anaesthetic delivery system, which does not look like a syringe and is non threatening.
BERWICK Infirmary is now offering patients hernia operations after theatre staff received additional training to allow them to carry out the procedure under local anaesthetic.
The use of a local anaesthetic as either a bolus injection or a continuous infusion into the paravertebral space to provide analgesia is a long established technique.

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