local anesthesia n.
Regional anesthesia produced by direct infiltration of local anesthetic solution into the surgical site. Also called infiltration anesthesia.
Even this minimum of danger does not exist in local anesthesia.
To the Editor:—Could you tell me why quinin and urea hydrochlorid has not become more popular for local anesthesia?
A colorless liquid, used for both general and local anesthesia.
Without thorough command over the patient and complete trust, local anesthesia never succeeds except in very minor operations.
The first essential to the successful production of local anesthesia is a proper equipment and one that is in good working order.
There are some men, however, who can do even severe and extensive operations with comparatively small amounts of local anesthesia.
This may be done by making use of cocain in solution for the production of local anesthesia as in lameness of the phalanges.