Effects of Peridural Block: V. Properties Circulatory Effects, and Blood Levels of Etidocaine and Lidocaine

@article{StantonHicks1975EffectsOP,
  title={Effects of Peridural Block: V. Properties Circulatory Effects, and Blood Levels of Etidocaine and Lidocaine},
  author={M. Stanton-Hicks and T. M. Murphy and J. Bonica and P. Berges and L. Mather and G. Tucker},
  journal={Anesthesiology},
  year={1975},
  volume={42},
  pages={398–406}
}
  • M. Stanton-Hicks, T. M. Murphy, +3 authors G. Tucker
  • Published 1975
  • Medicine
  • Anesthesiology
  • Ten healthy, unpremedieated, male volunteers, aged 21–33 years, were given 20 ml 1 per cent etidocaine with 5 μ/ml epinephrine for peridural analgesia via a catheter placed at L2. On a different occasion they were given 20 ml 2 per cent lidocaine with 5 μg/ml epinephrine in the same manner. Initial onset of sensory analgesia to pin prick was faster for etidocaine (7 min) than for lidocaine (9 min). Analgesia lasted significantly longer after etidocaine with respect to both two-segment… CONTINUE READING
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