when an anaesthetic is injected into the sub-aracnoid sapce the patient can have a copmlete block that can lead to death,whilst into the epidural space painrelief will be effective.,
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Lidocaine hydrochloride is primarily an anaesthetic than can be applied topically, or injected into a wound or surgical site. It is also used to treat immediate ventricular arrythmias.
Medication injected into the subdural or subarachnoid space can help alleviate pain by targeting specific areas and delivering the medication directly to the affected site. These methods bypass the barriers that oral medications would have to go through, allowing for more rapid and localized pain relief. However, these procedures should only be performed by medical professionals due to potential risks and complications.
CT myelography (a test in which dye is injected into the spine) may demonstrate the cerebrospinal fluid flow between the spinal subarachnoid area and the cyst.
It's usually done by administering a massive dose of injected anaesthetic. the dog feels nothing, and simply 'goes to sleep' - hence the term 'putting a dog to sleep'.
An epidural block is given in the lower back into a small area (the epidural space) below the spinal cord. You will be asked to sit or lie on your side with your back curved outward and to stay this way until the procedure is completed. You can move when it's done, but you may not be allowed to walk around.Source: http://www.lifelinetomodernmedicine.com/ArticlePage.aspx?ID=e746e318-69c5-4fef-aa4d-899a827d08c0&LandingID=4f04afc4-4f77-4eff-b20c-01e6e6ede922
Under sedation and local anaesthetic, a needle is introduced from the groin artery. A catheter is then introduced which is guided towards the heart. Once it reaches the heart vessels, a contrast dye is injected and the images are seen on the screen and recorded.
Epidural analgesia, sometimes called an epidural block, causes some loss of feeling in the lower areas of your body, yet you remain awake and alert. An epidural block may be given soon after your contractions start, or later as your labor progresses. An epidural block with more or stronger medications (anesthetics, not analgesics) can be used for a cesarean delivery or if vaginal birth requires the help of forceps or vacuum extraction. Your doctors will work with you to determine the proper time to give the epidural.An epidural block is given in the lower back into a small area (the epidural space) below the spinal cord. You will be asked to sit or lie on your side with your back curved outward and to stay this way until the procedure is completed. You can move when it's done, but you may not be allowed to walk around.Source: http://www.lifelinetomodernmedicine.com/ArticlePage.aspx?ID=e746e318-69c5-4fef-aa4d-899a827d08c0&LandingID=4f04afc4-4f77-4eff-b20c-01e6e6ede922Please recheck your spelling to ensure word is spelled correctly. I will add to my watchlist. very respectfully
no but you will have to get injected to take teeth out
There are many types of anaesthetics. Firstly local anaesthetics which numb a specific area while it is being worked on, drugs such as lidocaine, procaine or bupivicaine may be used. Then there are anaesthetic induction agents, these are injected into the vein of the animal to intially make it fall asleep before the procedure begins, drugs such a propofol or alfaxalone are commonly used for this. Then anaesthetic gases are used to keep the animal asleep throughout the procedure, mostly isofluorane is used, some practices may now use sevofluorane (the most recent anaesthetic gas being used by the veterinary profession - this is the gas commonly used in paediatric surgery). Some practices may still use halothane but this is less common as it is a teratogenic agent (can damage unborn foetuses). Sometimes sedation may be used as opposed to an anaesthetic, these cause the animal to become sleepy and therefore easier to handle. Sometimes sedation can be used pre-anaesthetic to make the induction process easier and less stressful for the animal. Common sedatives include diazepam, medetomidine or acepromazine.
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