lignocaine


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lignocaine

lignocaine

(lĭg′nō-kān)
The British word for “lidocaine.”

lignocaine

Lidocaine, a widely used local anaesthetic drug which may be given by injection or as a topical application. It is also used by intravenous injection in the treatment or prevention of acute disorders of heart rhythm such as VENTICULAR TACHYCARDIA and VENTRICULAR FIBRILLATION.

lignocaine

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5% lignocaine plain only and in group B 8 mg dexamethasone was added in 1.
Pluscaine is supplied in sterile twin-vial packs, one containing active lignocaine gel and the other a formulated buffer and stabiliser gel.
The study population of 100 patients were randomly divided into two groups of 50 each to receive the following treatments: 5% hyperbaric lignocaine 50 mg in 1 mL (Group A) and 5% hyperbaric lignocaine 50 mg with sufentanil 10 [micro]g (Group B).
This study was conducted to evaluate the haemodynamic effects of 1:200,000 and 1:400,000 concentrations of adrenaline infiltration during surgical repair of cleft lip and cleft palate and also to assess whether these effects could be ameliorated by the addition of lignocaine.
Many authors have used lignocaine alone for inguinal filed block (Prevoznik).
2% Lignocaine is essential to alleviate abdominal straining (Singh et al, 2005).
The control group received 1mililiter (mL) of saline plus 3 miligram per kilogram(mg/kg) of lignocaine diluted with saline to a total dose of 40 mL, the study group received 0.
We postulated that ketamine mixed with propofol could decrease the pH of mixed solution and reduce propofol injection pain in a mechanism similar to the addition of lignocaine.
Group A received 8-10ml of epinephrine 1:200,000 with lignocaine and Group B received 8-10ml of epinephrine 1:200,000 with normal saline.
Animal was restrained in lateral recumbency following epidural anaesthesia (2% Lignocaine Hcl; 7 ml) and bladder was evacuated through catheterisation and after that whole prolapse mass washed with Potassium permanganate (1:1000) and large lacerated wound sutured with catgut (No.