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Airway anesthesia with lidocaine for general anesthesia without using neuromuscular blocking agents in a patient with a history of anaphylaxis to rocuronium: a case report

Ji SM, Song J, Choi G

We experienced a case of induction of general anesthesia without using neuromuscular blocking agents (NMBAs) in a 40-year-old woman with a history of anaphylaxis immediately after the administration of anesthetics...
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Concealed congenital long QT syndrome during velopharyngeal dysfunction correction: a case report

Jeon S, Lee HJ, Jung Yh, Do W, Cho AR, Baik J, Lee DW, Kim EJ, Kim E, Hong JM

The congenital long QT syndrome (LQTS) is an inherited cardiac disorder characterized by increased QT intervals and a tendency to experience ventricular tachycardia, which can cause fainting, heart failure, or...
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Transient facial paralysis after myringotomy and ventilation tube insertion under sedation with sevoflurane inhalation and four-quadrant blocks with lidocaine: a case report

Kim H, Lee J, Jeon Y

Myringotomy and ventilation tube insertion are widely performed in pediatric patients with chronic otitis media. This procedure is performed under general anesthesia or sedation with local anesthesia infiltration in pediatric...
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A novel technique of submandibular intubation with a camera cable drape: a case report

Yun HJ, Rhee SH, Park JY, Chae YS, Han JH, Ryoo SH, Seo KS, Kim HJ, Karm MH

Submental or submandibular intubation has been reported to cause fewer complications than tracheostomy. However, the risk of infection is always inherent because oral wounds are exposed to microbial flora and...
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Post-operative analgesia of 2% lignocaine with or without magnesium sulfate for inferior alveolar nerve block in symptomatic mandibular molars - a randomized double blind controlled clinical trial

Chandrasekaran C, Amirtharaj L V, Sekar M, Nancy S M

Background: Single inferior alveolar nerve block is ineffective in achieving adequate pulpal anesthesia in 30-80% of patients due to anatomical variations, local tissue pH, central sensitization, and several factors. Various...
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The anesthetic efficiency of retromolar infiltrations with two local anesthetic solutions of the same concentration in lower third molar surgery

Sayphiboun P, Boonsiriseth K, Mahardawi B, Pairuchvej V, Bhattarai BP, Wongsirichat N

Background: Mandibular third molar removal is the most common surgical procedure encountered in oral and maxillofacial clinics. It also presents the greatest challenges and controversies for surgeons when surgical removal...
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Effect of remifentanil on intraoperative fluid balance: a retrospective statistical examination of factors contributing to fluid balance

Ohara S, Nishimura A, Tachikawa S, Iijima T

Background: Postoperative fluid retention is a factor that causes delay in recovery and unexpected adverse events. It is important to prevent intraoperative fluid retention, which is putatively caused by intraoperative...
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Effect of precooling on pain during local anesthesia administration in children: a systematic review

Tirupathi SP, Rajasekhar S

This study was conducted to determine how precooling reduces the subjective reported pain and objective pain and to evaluate the effectiveness of precooling the injection site before administration of local...
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Safety of chloral hydrate sedation in dental practice for children: an overview

Song S, Han M, Kim J

Chloral hydrate is the oldest and most common sedative drug used in moderate sedation for pediatric dental patients. Hence, the purpose of this article is to review the safety and...
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