"Make It Stick": Essential Pharmacology for Local Anesthesia Success

Speaker: Dr. Tom Viola

Tuesday, September 15, 2020
7:30pm - 8:30pm Eastern Time


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Which of the following local anesthetic agents is most likely to produce methemoglobinemia in high doses?
Articaine is a minimal vasodilator upon injection and, thus, is available without a vasoconstrictor.
Articaine is contraindicated in patients with a sulfonamide “sulfa” allergy.
Which of the following is a very long acting local anesthetic useful in post-operative pain control?
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