Antithrombotic effects of lidocaine and related compounds on laser-induced microvascular injury.

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The aim was to study whether topically applied local anaesthetics and related compounds exert an antithrombotic effect. The assay was carried out through vital microscopy of the microcirculation in the hamster cheek pouch model as injured by laser microbeam irradiation, essentially in order to record the differences in the incidence of thrombus formation… (More)

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@article{Luostarinen1981AntithromboticEO, title={Antithrombotic effects of lidocaine and related compounds on laser-induced microvascular injury.}, author={V Luostarinen and Holger Evers and Merja Lyytik{\"a}inen and Scheinin and Anna W{\aa}hl{\'e}n}, journal={Acta anaesthesiologica Scandinavica}, year={1981}, volume={25 1}, pages={9-11} }