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.
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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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(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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