regional anesthetic


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regional anesthetic

n.
Any of various anesthetic drugs, usually administered by local injection, that produce regional anesthesia.
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(1,4,5) The alternative view counters with eyewitness accounts of wartime anesthetics performed as early as April 2003 when powerful synthetic opioids, sedatives, and regional anesthetics (axillary nerve blocks) were used near the front lines to provide multimodal analgesia in a combat support hospital on the outskirts of Baghdad, Iraq.
Prolonged relief of neuralgia after regional anesthetic block.
The postoperative recording may end with the discharge of the patient from the postanesthetic care unit, the first analgesic administration after a regional anesthetic, or the passing of anywhere between 12 and 72 h after a defined "time zero.
The book is the second edition of our best-selling medical book, 'Local Regional Anesthetic Blocks Made Simple,' which has been distributed internationally.
The company stated its FDA approved bupivacaine, a local or regional anesthetic, will be introduced in six single-dose and two multi-dose latex-free vials.
In the open approach, the surgeon can use a local or regional anesthetic and sedation, instead of general anesthesia.
There is no evidence that vaginal hysterectomy followed by colpectomy carries more morbidity than a LeFort procedure when a regional anesthetic is used.
(6) Regional anesthetic blockade of the infraorbital nerve is occasionally required in cases of neuropathic facial pain, as well as during some surgical procedures on the upper jaw.
The procedure is minimally invasive and can be performed under local or regional anesthetic in less than 30 minutes with little to no postoperative pain.
Incidentally, TSA in the beach chair position without a regional nerve block has been reported to result in a PPNP in a case that did not involve a regional anesthetic [13].
Forearm Bier block: a new regional anesthetic technique for upper extremity surgery.
IVRA is a safe and effective regional anesthetic technique but is limited by rapid offset of analgesia.

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