lignocaine


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lignocaine

(ˈlɪɡnəˌkeɪn)
n
(Pharmacology) another name for lidocaine
[C20: from ligno- + caine, on the model of cocaine]
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Anaesthesia expert Professor Alan Aitkenhead, from the University of Nottingham, told the inquest the "direct cause of death" was Lignocaine toxicity, but added that Mrs Nicholls was unlikely to have survived her illness for more than another day or two.
The oral cavity and posterior pharyngeal wall were sprayed with 10% lignocaine (lidocaine).
TABLE Major placebo-controlled trials of injectable steroids for shoulder pain Follow-up Steroid (n) Comparison arms (n) Methyl prednisolone 1% lignocaine 12 wks 1% lignocaine (28) (28) Triamcinolone, C1: diclofenac, 4 wks 0.
Topical lignocaine spray, (4,5) Intravenous lignocaine, (6) Deep general anaesthesia, (3,6) Beta adrenoceptor blockers like labetalol, (7) esmolol, (8) central alpha-2 agonist like clonidine, (9) calcium channel blockers like verapamil, (10) nicardipine (11) and vasodilators like sodium nitroprusside (12) have been tried with varying results.
The tumor was excised under sedation with Xylazine and local infiltration anesthesia with 2% Lignocaine hydrochloride.
5% lignocaine solution in axillary brachial plexus block prolongs the duration of sensory blockade significantly.
Lignocaine is an extensively used and well-investigated local anaesthetic.
Dr Adan Dirir admitted he had only guessed the child's weight before administering the drug lignocaine.
They also recovered three bags of cocaine weighing a total of 42 grams, bundles of notes and one and a half kilos of cutting agent lignocaine.
Two young Dublin men died after cocaine and lignocaine were consumed, separate inquests heard.
Surgical removal of coenurous cyst was done as operative site was blocked by 2% Lignocaine hydrochloride.