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LOCAL. Pertaining to a place; something annexed to the freehold or tied to a certain place; as, local courts, or courts whose jurisdiction is limited to a particular place; local allegiance, or allegiance due while you are in a particular place or country; local taxes, or those which are collected for particular districts.

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Administration of intraperitoneal and periportal local anaesthetics employing bupivacaine during surgery is used by many clinicians to effectively decrease postoperative pain.
Nowadays, different drugs have been used as adjuvants with local anaesthetics in supraclavicular blocks to prolong intraoperative anaesthesia and postoperative analgesia.
Examples of commonly used local anaesthetic agents are shown in Table 1.
Nevertheless, researchers concluded that local anaesthetics might have potential therapeutic effects on IBD based on their findings.
In the awake patient, after skin antisepsis (for example, chorhexidine 2% in isopropyl alcohol 70% as recommended by Pratt et al 2007) and draping, skin wheals are raised 4 cm from the midline using a short acting local anaesthetic (for example, lidocaine), opposite the lower borders of the vertebral spines.
In contrast, Klasen et al7 showed that as component of a multimodal analgesic regimen there is no considerable disparity between the TAP block and continous local anaesthetic infiltration wound catheter for postoperative analgesic after C-section7.
Hence this study was aimed to compare the effect of topical cooling and the use of local anaesthetic gel before infiltration anesthesia in reducing pain in pediatric patients undergoing dental extractions in the maxillary anterior region.
You could also use thicker condoms or apply a local anaesthetic to the penis, which would reduce the sensation, hopefully meaning you would last longer.
Approximately 44% of toxic local anaesthetic reactions affect both the neurological and the cardiovascular system.
The exclusion criteria were coagulation disorder, neuromuscular, hepatic and renal disease, hypersensitivity to local anaesthetic, infection at the injection site, body mass index (BMI) >30 or <18.5 and use of a drug known to interact with neuromuscular blocking drugs.

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