Anesthesia for office procedures

Sean X Wang, C Blake Simpson
Otolaryngologic Clinics of North America 2013, 46 (1): 13-9
The purpose of this article is to provide otolaryngologists with specific instructions on how to adequately perform topical anesthesia for the most commonly performed laryngeal office-based procedures. In this article, patient selection, lidocaine dosing and safety, and patient monitoring are reviewed.

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