local anesthetic reaction

lo·cal an·es·thet·ic re·ac·tion

a toxic reaction due to absorption of local anesthetic drug during regional anesthesia, ranging from drowsiness to convulsions and cardiovascular collapse.

lo·cal an·es·thet·ic re·ac·tion

(lōkăl anĕs-thetik rēakshŭn)
Toxic reaction due to absorption of local anesthetic drug during regional anesthesia, ranging from drowsiness to convulsions and cardiovascular collapse.
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Malamed notes that administration of too large a dose of local anesthetic in relation to patient age and weight is the most important cause of serious local anesthetic reactions in dentistry.
1992) stated that there were no adverse local anesthetic reactions or wound complications with the infiltration of bupivacaine via a catheter.
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