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Drugs Used

  • Naomi HirakawaEmail author
Chapter

Abstract

When using local anesthetics for nerve block, highly safe drugs that cause fewer adverse reactions are desirable.

Keywords

Local anesthetics Steroids Neurolytics Contrast medium 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Anesthesiology and Critical Care Medicins, Saga UnivetsitySagaJapan

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