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Chapter 15 LA

Chapter 15 LA for exam 3

complication occurring in a region, and is attributed to the needle or the drug local complication
complication experienced after administration secondary complication
if needle breakage occurs and the clinician can easily retrieve it, what occurs keep one hand in mouth, ask to open wide
anaphylaxis is what type complication systemic, severe
punctured blood vessels causing swelling and discoloration hematoma
first step in hematoma management apply pressure
sore muscles of mastication due to spasms trismus
edema is caused by trauma, contamination, allergic reaction
paresthesia most commonly occurs during IA
if topical anesthetic does not decrease the risk of infection what does topical antiseptic
reason for topical 1-2 minute application sloughing
systemic complications are more frequent than local. this situation is usually caused by high plasma concentration F, T
increase the risk of LA slow biotransformation
CNS od sign with moderate blood levels of LA sign is hypertension
shows convulsion, respiratory distress, cardiovascular depression, and coma local anesthetic od
lowest concentration of epi 1:200k or 1:250 k if it exist
mild cutaneous reaction treatment diphenhydramine
signs of angina chest pain, left arm pain, shortness of breath
MI suspected stop treatment and activate emergency medical services
involuntary muscle contractions, altered breathing seizure
Created by: polivkavitch