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Wheal or wheel of 1% lidocaine?

Posted By: sh on 2007-09-27
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Subject: Wheal or wheel of 1% lidocaine?

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Sorry, no such thing as Wheel of Anesthesia. Wheel of Fortune maybe, but the correct term is wheal
Subject: Sorry, no such thing as Wheel of Anesthesia. Wheel of Fortune maybe, but the correct term is wheal

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wheel is actually wheal nm
Subject: wheel is actually wheal nm

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skin wheal/wheel
Subject: skin wheal/wheel

Under the definition of wheal, the round, elevated area of skin must be different in appearance from the surrounding skin (like in hives).  So, when this surgeon has decided to do a suprapubic catheter on this gentleman who had a misplaced Foley, he elevated a "wheal" of skin (he spelled w-h-e-a-l).  I'm not sure about that.  Opinions?
s/l wheel of plain lidocaine? TIA nm
Subject: s/l wheel of plain lidocaine? TIA nm

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wheel of anesthesia sm
Subject: wheel of anesthesia sm

http://www.brooksidepress.org/Products/OperationalMedicine/DATA/operationalmed/Manuals/FMSS/SUTUREMATERIALSANDTECHNIQUES.htm

he pain of the anesthesia injection itself can be minimized by injecting the agent slowly and steadily.[4,5] The addition of 8.4 percent sodium bicarbonate to the lidocaine (ratio: 1:10) appears to decrease the burning sensation during infusion, presumably by raising the pH.[4] The correct angle for a subdermal injection is 30 degrees, which will smoothly raise the lesion from the skin[2] (Figure 1). If the injection is too deep, the lidocaine will diffuse into the fat, and a wheel of anesthesia will not form.


Wheel of Fortune?
Subject: Wheel of Fortune?

LOL!!! That was good!!
wheal
Subject: wheal


wheal spelling
Subject: wheal spelling

The sentence is "Skin shows some blotches of a small raised wheal welt-type lesions...". Is wheal the correct spelling?

TIA

Tina
wheal if anesthetizing skin. nm.
Subject: wheal if anesthetizing skin. nm.

nm.
wheal -- raised area on the skin when injected.
Subject: wheal -- raised area on the skin when injected.

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1 of 1% lidocaine.........sm
Subject: 1 of 1% lidocaine.........sm

We injected Depo-Medrol 80 mg with 1 of 1% lidocaine.


What goes after the 1?  Is it 1 cc of 1% lidocaine? 


lidocaine
Subject: lidocaine

If clinician does desire an increment there (upon supposed questioning/inquiry, and for an accurate completion of the record), there are single and multidose quantity increments of lidocaine (1% and otherwise), which would be stated as mL


Lidocaine help
Subject: Lidocaine help

Is there such a thing as Lidocaine spray 1000 and how would it be transcribed in the sentence .. Lidocaine spray 1000, approximately 10cc. comma after the 1000? Thanks for help.
Perhaps lidocaine. nm
Subject: Perhaps lidocaine. nm

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don't know - but lidocaine is not capitalized....nm
Subject: don't know - but lidocaine is not capitalized....nm


viscous lidocaine
Subject: viscous lidocaine

It means thickened


viscous lidocaine
Subject: viscous lidocaine


? viscous lidocaine...nm
Subject: ? viscous lidocaine...nm


Type of lidocaine
Subject: Type of lidocaine

In the upper tibial area, there is a 35 x 5 cm eschar in a linear fashion oriented superiorly to inferiorly.  I did put __________ lidocaine on this area and tried to debride it, but it was too tender. 


 


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viscous lidocaine ?? nm
Subject: viscous lidocaine ?? nm

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viscus lidocaine?
Subject: viscus lidocaine?

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Xylocaine of Lidocaine
Subject: Xylocaine of Lidocaine


mixture lidocaine
Subject: mixture lidocaine

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Maybe short for lidocaine with?
Subject: Maybe short for lidocaine with?

as in lidocaine with epinephrine?


injected with lidocaine
Subject: injected with lidocaine

"I injected with 4-0 with lidocaine" or "I injected with 40-0 with lidocaine, " or "I injected with 40 with lidocaine."  Which one sounds right?  Any clues?


Thank you!!!  :)


Abby


Was - is referring to lidocaine, not the 5 mL.
Subject: Was - is referring to lidocaine, not the 5 mL.

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Of course, it was referring to the lidocaine,
Subject: Of course, it was referring to the lidocaine,

but it still sounds better if you use "was" instead of "were." Just as you wouldn't say, "2 cups of water was spilled" but instead, "2 cups of water were spilled." It's a matter of what sounds better, in some cases. :-)
5 mL of 1% lidocaine WERE injected...
Subject: 5 mL of 1% lidocaine WERE injected...

In response to Mark's question, "5 cc of 1% lidocaine was or were injected", the text from the grammar website below, from the topic, "Subject-Verb Agreement", explains why "WERE" was the right word there.  Per that text, the "5 mL" (but not the "lidocaine") becomes the Subject, and the Verb should be in plural.



<http://grammar.ccc.commnet.edu/grammar/sv_agr.htm>



"Each of the students is responsible for doing his or her work in the library.


Don't let the word "students" confuse you; the subject is each and each is always singular Each is responsible."


Hope that helps! 


 


Viscus or viscous lidocaine?
Subject: Viscus or viscous lidocaine?

viscus or viscous is the word I am looking for here.  Never heard of it.  Thanks
s/l subcuticular injection of lidocaine.. thanks
Subject: s/l subcuticular injection of lidocaine.. thanks

This area was prepped with Betadine and a s/l subcuticular injection of lidocaine was used in the area ... Thank you
LAT (lidocaine, adrenaline, tetracaine)
Subject: LAT (lidocaine, adrenaline, tetracaine)


s/l sugarcaine, a mixture of BSS and lidocaine? nm
Subject: s/l sugarcaine, a mixture of BSS and lidocaine? nm

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one-quarter percent lidocaine? sm
Subject: one-quarter percent lidocaine? sm

Doctor dictated the local consisted of "one-quarter percent lidocaine with epinephrine". Should I spell it out like that or use 25%? Thanks for any help!
I keep wanting to put EMLA in there, as in lidocaine. sm
Subject: I keep wanting to put EMLA in there, as in lidocaine. sm

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1.5 mL of plain lidocaine and 40 mg 1 mL of Depo-Medrol
Subject: 1.5 mL of plain lidocaine and 40 mg 1 mL of Depo-Medrol

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LAT gel stands for lidocaine adrenaline tetracaine
Subject: LAT gel stands for lidocaine adrenaline tetracaine

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yeah I was thinking viscous lidocaine too
Subject: yeah I was thinking viscous lidocaine too

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I know it's too late, but likely Lidoderm patch (lidocaine).
Subject: I know it's too late, but likely Lidoderm patch (lidocaine).

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all I can think of would be lidocaine or Xylocaine, but does not sound like your sounds like. nm
Subject: all I can think of would be lidocaine or Xylocaine, but does not sound like your sounds like. nm


There is an antacid-lidocaine "cocktail" that is pink
Subject: There is an antacid-lidocaine "cocktail" that is pink

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oops - typo of mine - viscous lidocaine
Subject: oops - typo of mine - viscous lidocaine

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1% lidocaine buffered with *NEWT* sodium bicarbonate?? nm
Subject: 1% lidocaine buffered with *NEWT* sodium bicarbonate?? nm


I do a lot of these, usually the meds are Depo-Medrol (methylprednisolone) and lidocaine.....sm
Subject: I do a lot of these, usually the meds are Depo-Medrol (methylprednisolone) and lidocaine.....sm

many times a contrast material will be injected after when they do the epidurogram to check the appropriate placement, usually Omnipague-240. Sorry I cannot be of more help here with no s/l.
yes, but I type it 4:1---basically 4 parts lidocaine and 1 part cortisone.
Subject: yes, but I type it 4:1---basically 4 parts lidocaine and 1 part cortisone.

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viscous lidocaine. AKA mixture called "Magic Mouthwash". nm
Subject: viscous lidocaine. AKA mixture called "Magic Mouthwash". nm


LAT (lidocaine, adrenaline, tetracaine) or LET (same w/epinephrine) topical anesthetic (nm)
Subject: LAT (lidocaine, adrenaline, tetracaine) or LET (same w/epinephrine) topical anesthetic (nm)

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I think I got the gel with gabipentin ketoprofen lidocaine gel. How to type gaba/keto/lido gel??
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Subject: Lidocaine anesthesia was given in a S/L sealed??CO?? block and digtal block..cyst excision