OJAnes  Vol.5 No.5 , May 2015
Abnormal Change in Arterial Blood Pressure after Adrenaline-Containing in Lidocaine Infiltrated into Oral Submucosa during General Anesthesia
Abstract: Sudden severe hypotension also occurs in an otherwise stable surgery when adrenaline-containing in lidocaine is infiltrated and care must be taken when using adrenaline-containing in lidocaine because it occasionally induces several adverse reactions. We report the case of a 16-year-old man who scheduled for oral surgery in which abnormal arterial blood pressure changes occurred after adrenaline-containing in lidocaine infiltrated into oral submucosa.
Cite this paper: Satoh, K. , Chikuda, M. , Ohashi, A. , Kumagai, M. , Sato, M. and Joh, S. (2015) Abnormal Change in Arterial Blood Pressure after Adrenaline-Containing in Lidocaine Infiltrated into Oral Submucosa during General Anesthesia. Open Journal of Anesthesiology, 5, 75-78. doi: 10.4236/ojanes.2015.55015.

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