lignocaine


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lignocaine

[′lī·nə‚kān]
(organic chemistry)
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Medical staff initially administered the drug Gelofusine through an intravenous drip but this drug was later mistakenly replaced with Lignocaine, South Staffordshire coroner Andrew Haigh heard.
A double-blind trial comparing subacromial methylprednisolone and lignocaine in acute rotator cuff tendinitis.
Intravenous lignocaine has been extensively studied to evaluate its efficacy to attenuate these cardiovascular responses and has been compared with various agents.
Local infiltration anaesthesia was given with 2% Lignocaine hydrochloride around the mass.
Keywords: Brachial plexus block, Dexamethasone, Lignocaine.
Currently available lignocaine formulations are often impractical because the drug cannot always be injected directly at the site; and creams, gels and solutions cannot always be applied evenly.
Soon after sterilization the operative site was infiltrated with 2% Lignocaine hydrochloride.
The disadvantage with spinal anaesthesia using hyperbaric lignocaine is relatively shorter duration of action, which means that early analgesic intervention is needed in the postoperative period.
Objective: To assess and compare the efficacy of lignocaine anesthesia of vocal cords by spray as you go" through a bronchoscope with lignocaine injection through the cricothyroid membrane.
Murthy and colleagues studied cardiovascular responses to scalp infiltration with different concentrations of adrenaline with and without lignocaine during craniotomy in adults (11).
The drugs - in a crash kit box - included seven syringes of adrenaline, quantities of amiodarone, atropine sulphate, syringes of calcium chloride and lignocaine as well as magnesium sulphate, sodium bicarbonate and sodium chloride.