local anesthesia

  1. loss of sensation in a small area of the body (as when a local anesthetic is injected for a tooth extraction)
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  • Local anesthesia can be used for repair of most perineal lacerations.
  • In a previous study we have shown that local anesthesia can be used as the standard anesthetic for outpatient knee arthroscopy.
  • PRK, performed in the physician's office with local anesthesia, is a far more sophisticated procedure than a controversial form of surgery called radial keratotomy (RK). A Light For Poor Eyes
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  • Therefore, a left groin incision was made under local anesthesia and the left common femoral artery and vein were cannulated.
  • Local anesthesia is applied to the nasal, oral, and laryngeal mucosa by either an atomizer, gargle, nose drops, or pledget.
  • For ablative treatment procedures other than cryotherapy, local anesthesia with topical or injected lidocaine should be used.
  • It's because vasectomy is a brief office procedure performed under local anesthesia, compared to a tubal ligation, which is an intra-abdominal procedure performed under general anesthesia. Keeping Your Fertility Options Open
  • The scrub persons drape the patient, and the surgeon infiltrates the surgical site with local anesthesia.
  • Bronchoscopy performed under local anesthesia during forced expiration confirmed the extent of the collapsed segment, and we then passed an ultrathin bronchoscope beyond the choke point.
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