What Is Lignocaine Used for?

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Lignocaine is a membrane stabilising anaesthetic. It causes mild hypertension, convulsions and bradycardia. It has very low toxic levels. It's used for treatment of postoperative ileus in horses and is also useful for topical anaesthesia, infiltration anaesthesia, field block anaesthesia, nerve block anaesthesia, intravenous regional anaesthesia, spinal anaesthesia, epidural anaesthesia.
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