lidocaine

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lidocaine

 [li´do-kān]
an anesthetic with sedative, analgesic, and cardiac depressant properties, applied topically in the form of the base or hydrochloride salt as a local anesthetic; also used in the latter form to treat cardiac arrhythmias and to produce infiltration anesthesia and various nerve blocks.
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lidocaine

(lī′də-kān′)
n.
A synthetic amide, C14H22N2O, used chiefly in the form of its hydrochloride as a local anesthetic and antiarrhythmic agent.
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lidocaine

Ambulatory surgery An anesthetic used for topical and dental anesthesia, cardiac arrhythmias
McGraw-Hill Concise Dictionary of Modern Medicine. © 2002 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.

lidocaine

LIGNOCAINE or Xylocaine. The drug is on the WHO official list.
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Horn affection were managed by flap method under sedation with Xylazine, cornual nerve block and local infilteration at base with 2% Lignocaine hydrochloride in all four bullocks as mentioned by Kumar (2005) which provide adequate skin flap for closer of horn base.
4 ml of 2% Lignocaine hydrochloride was injected around the edges of wound and closed with simple continuous suture using 3/0 polyglactin 910 in two layers viz.
10% Lignocaine hydrochloride was sprayed topically.
11) under local infiltration analgesia with 2 percent Lignocaine hydrochloride. This was a tedious procedure with several bleeding points, which were carefully ligated with polyglactin 910 (No.1).
Lignocaine hydrochloride. A longitudinal incision was placed over the cervical area close to level of obstruction.
Local analgesia was achieved by linear infiltration by administering 2% Lignocaine hydrochloride to the effect at the site.
intramuscularly and local anesthesia with 2% Lignocaine hydrochloride over the obstructing foreign body.
Both animals were restrained in right lateral recumbancy and surgical site was prepared aseptically, 2% Lignocaine hydrochloride was infiltered around the swelling to achieve local analgesia.