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Anesthesia with topical lidocaine hydrochloride gauze in acute traumatic wounds
Journal of Research in Clinical Medicine
Using gauze soaked in lidocaine hydrochloride (2%) can induce anesthesia to suture wounds painlessly, without causing anxiety due to fear of injection in adult patients who referred to the emergency department with limb laceration. Methods: This is a triple-blind interventional study in which trauma patients with limb wounds enter the study. Distilled water impregnated gauze will be used for the control group and 2% lidocaine impregnated gauze will be used for the intervention group. The gauzedoi:10.34172/jrcm.2020.043 doaj:ed1e6515c0454eb09949a289e475c330 fatcat:6fyzqs44pndlbazoz3jp2oa2ma