No, lidocaine cardiac injections would not be used in a typical surgery. It would be used for procedures that are done in the office, where only a small spot on the body needs to be numb.
An intradermal injection of 10mg/ml triamcinolone acetonide seem to have good results for many patients. Typical resolution within 4 weeks of injection.
"The typical recovery time for endoscopic spine surgery is probably around a month or 6 weeks. Anytime there is an incision on your spine, its going to take a while to heal."
to remove abdominal mass
typical form anesthesia - should go away
In forms yes, it is usually added to cocaine to create the feeling of numbness
The typical recovery time for labial surgery is two weeks. One can return to work after one week and continue doing day-to-day activities after two weeks.
As with any surgery, there is always the risk of excessive bleeding, infection, and allergic reaction to anesthesia.
OMS is typical. OMFS also works. MaxFax is the trendy name
Pediatricians may do minor procedures, but they don't due surgeries in the typical sense. There is an entire sub-specialty field of surgery called pediatric surgery that deals with surgery in children.
Yes, that's perfectly normal and typical, and won't change effectiveness.
Perhaps its not a questions of what is worng about cosmetic surgery, more that many people have cosmetic surgery for the wrong reasons and end up not happy afterwards. This is usually because the surgery does not deal with an underlying issue which was the motivation to have the surgery in the first place. A typical example would be someone having surgery after a relationship break up, never a good idea.
$99million. Just send in a bill for the damage.