Historical Background

  • D. Bergfeld
  • C. W. Hanke

Abstract

Tumescent local anesthesia (TLA) was developed by the dermatologist and pharmacologist Jeffrey A. Klein, associate professor at the Department of Dermatology of the University of California in Irvine, California. He first described this method of local anesthesia, originally intended to facilitate fat suction in cosmetic surgery, in the January edition of the Journal of Cosmetic Surgery in 1987 [17].

Keywords

Europe Syringe Oncol Bicarbonate Epinephrine 

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  • C. W. Hanke

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