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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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.
This retrospective study was planned to determine the incidence of methemoglobinemia due to prilocaine in our patients.
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.
Intrapocket Anesthesia for Scaling and Root Planing: Results of a Double-Blind Multicenter Trial Using Lidocaine Prilocaine Dental Gel.
The remainder of the report shows 25 percent received prilocaine 4 percent and 8.3 percent received mepivacaine 3 percent with 1:20,000 of levonordefrin.
Call for quotations for the supply of prilocaine 1 percent injections.
Does a prilocaine 2% injection into the nephrostomy tract have a role in acute pain management after a lower caliceal puncture during a percutaneous nephrolithotomy?
First, as an etiology of pulmonary edema, toxic exposure, and hypersensitivity reaction are unlikely causes because only local prilocaine was administered, and the patient did not respond to systemic steroid therapy.
Choi et al., "The analgesic efficacy of a 5% eutectic mixture of lidocaine and prilocaine prior to insertion of spinal and epidural block," Korean Journal of Anesthesiology, vol.
In their study, 63 patients received dental treatment after complaints of toothache or masticatory disorder during hospitalization, under local anesthesia with 3% prilocaine with 0.03 IU/ml felypressin, in a maximum period of 30 minutes.
Lack of differential effect by Ultracaine (articaine) and Citanest (prilocaine) in infiltration anaesthesia.
Ten ml of local anesthetic (2% prilocaine) were injected into the incision site and biopsy tract.