[Neurotoxicity of intrathecal lidocaine].


Lidocaine is a local anesthetic belonging to the amide group and has been administered intrathecally for over 40 years. Although no serious complications had been attributed to lidocaine before the 1990s, subarachnoid administration is now the subject of controversy following its implication in numerous cases of neurological complication. The clinical… (More)


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@article{Pavon2001NeurotoxicityOI, title={[Neurotoxicity of intrathecal lidocaine].}, author={Arnaud Pavon and P Anad{\'o}n Senac}, journal={Revista espanola de anestesiologia y reanimacion}, year={2001}, volume={48 7}, pages={326-36} }