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Local Anesthetics

Meta Description: Local anesthetic agents are generally used in medicines in various procedures which has to be performed safe and comfortable. Allergic reactions to local anesthetic agents are very rare when compared to muscle relaxant or latex allergies. Local anesthesia is also associated with hypersensitivity to the preservatives like parabens, sulphites, nickel and antiseptic agents.

Local anesthetic agents are generally used in medicines in various procedures which has to be performed safe and comfortable. Allergic reactions to local anesthetic agents are very rare when compared to muscle relaxant or latex allergies. They generally represent less than 1% of local anesthetic reactions. Generally available local anesthetic agents are the derivatives of esters and amides and these are playing vital role in topical preparations and also as injectable agents.

 Allergic reactions have mainly divided based on ester type local anesthetics. Lidocaine is a local anesthetic agent of the amide type which is antiarrhythmic in nature. It is a safe and effective local anesthetic agent, commonly used for various aspects of medicine including endoscopy, bronchoscopy and also some surgical procedures. Local anesthesia is also associated with hypersensitivity to the preservatives like parabens, sulphites, nickel and antiseptic agents.

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