martes, 4 de octubre de 2022

Local Anesthetics Allergies in Children

Dental Anesthesia

Local anesthetics are used to block nerve impulses and temporarily eliminate sensitivity during dental procedures, thus reducing the patient's stress and anxiety.

Allergic reactions can be serious (anaphylaxis), even putting the patient's life at risk, but they can also present dizziness, nausea, hives, itching, angioedema.


We share the results of a study on allergic manifestations in pediatric patients with a history of atopy.

Dental Anesthesia

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Duyuler Ay莽in G. Local Anesthetics Allergies in Children. Iran J Pediatr.30(1):e98213. doi: 10.5812/ijp.98213.

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