Nerve conduction studies in regional intravenous analgesia using 1 per cent lignocaine.

@article{Shanks1970NerveCS,
  title={Nerve conduction studies in regional intravenous analgesia using 1 per cent lignocaine.},
  author={Colin A. Shanks and James Mcleod},
  journal={British journal of anaesthesia},
  year={1970},
  volume={42 12},
  pages={
          1060-6
        }
}
  • Colin A. Shanks, James Mcleod
  • Published in
    British journal of…
    1970
  • Medicine
  • SUMMARY The effects of regional intravenous analgesia in the upper limb were studied in eight subjects by means of clinical examination and serial nerve conduction techniques. The changes following 1 per cent lignocaine analgesia and ischaemia were compared with those following ischaemia alone; the latter produced analgesia and impairment of conduction at a considerably slower rate than it did when combined with 1 per cent lignocaine. It was found that 1 per cent lignocaine caused a block in… CONTINUE READING

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