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In two groups, each of 50 patients undergoing oral surgery, effects of combining lidocaine nerve block with halothane general anaesthesia were studied. Local blockade of surgical stimuli reduced markedly the incidence of cardiac dysrhythmias occurred during halothane anaesthesia. Recovery was faster and post-operative analgesia was enhanced.
Background: Pilonidal sinus is a disease of young adults having single or multiple blind tracks lined by granulation tissue containing tuft of shed hair. Natal cleft is the commonest site; rarely involves umbilicus, axilla and inter-digital cleft. It has various methods of its treatment. The modalities of treatment vary from conservative medical management… (More)
In two groups, each of 50 patients undergoing pulpectomy or multiple extractions, effects of combining xylocaine nerve block with halothane general anesthesia were studied. Local blockade of surgical stimuli reduced markedly the incidence of dysrhythmias occurring during halothane anesthesia. Recovery was faster and postoperative analgesia was enhanced.