local anesthetic n.
An agent that, when applied directly to mucous membranes or when injected about the nerves, produces loss of sensation by inhibiting nerve excitation or conduction.
He said that the Islamic court had ordered it, but mercifully allowed him a local anesthetic before.
By using a local anesthetic on the plantar nerves and confining the subject on an operating table, restraint should be perfect.
An alkaloid from Java coca leaves, used as a local anesthetic.
The local anesthetic ethyl paraminobenzoate was first introduced as Anesthesin or Ansthesin.
No one local anesthetic can be exclusively relied upon to fulfill all of these requirements at all times.
A local anesthetic; used largely to induce intraspinal anesthesia.
One of the claims was that Apothesine is applicable in any case in which any other local anesthetic is used.
Dr. Aran submitted a Memoir, which seems to be quite important, on local anesthetic medication.
The only local anesthetic that produces edema and sloughing is quinin and urea hydrochlorid.
A white crystalline powder used in saline solution as a local anesthetic.