lidocaine


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lidocaine

[′līd·ə‚kān]
(organic chemistry)
C14H22N2O A crystalline compound, used as a local anesthetic. Also known as lignocaine.
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Assuming that dentists are also patients, and that they frequently come into contact with the allergen in their daily practice, it is essential to assess the incidence of allergy to lidocaine in dentists.
Poor adhesion is the most common complaint associated with lidocaine patches and ZTlido has proven adhesion superiority over Lidoderm.
At the beginning of the procedure, 2 mL ampules of 2% lidocaine or prilocaine were diluted with 8 mL of physiological saline solution and the resulting 10 mL solution was administered equally to the right and left periprostatic areas.
Randomized process began before starting the study, researcher printed a certain number of slips of paper with 3% prilocaine or 2% lidocaine regimen and asked the department's secretary to mix them up and placed them in a sequential number of opaque envelops.
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(23) Such is the rationale for the use of local anesthetics, such as lidocaine, which work by blocking sodium channels in neurons, thereby increasing the threshold for depolarization.
Exclusion criteria included patients ASA physical status 3-5, allergy to propofol, soya, or lidocaine, communications difficulty, receiving opioids or sedatives, and emergency procedures.
To reduce the patient discomfort because of the palatal injections, researchers have tried many different techniques from in the past like pressure administration, topical anaesthetics, topical cooling through vaporisation, transcutaneous electronic nerve stimulition, and even mixing different aesthetics agents.2 Another article has shown higher diffusibility through soft as well as hard tissue and hence can help in avoiing palatal injection in the third molar removal.3 A comparative study between articane and lidocaine, showed that both the anesthetic agents had very similar behaviour due to the spongy maxillary bone lined by a thin buccal plate.
Hisamitsu America has extended its O-T-C application of lidocaine via the introduction of two additions to its Salonpas Lidocaine Plus line, launched in 2016 with a lidocaine 4% pain relieving gel patch, the maximum strength of lidocaine available without a prescription.
Lidocaine and poly(D,L)-lactide-co-glycolide (PLGA) were dissolved in hexafluoroisopropanol and then electrospun into nanofibers onto the surface of ureteral stents.
The aim of the present study was to evaluate whether the supplementation of 5 mg nitroglycerin patch to low-dose lidocaine will improve the overall Bier's block effect either intra--or postoperatively as primary outcomes and analgesic requirements, patients' satisfaction, and surgeons' opinion as secondary outcomes.