Local Anesthetic agents

There are many textbooks on the pharmacology of the local anesthetic agent pharmacology. We here cover the absolute minimum knowledge required and refer the viewer to the other texts as represented in the Literature Section.

Local Anesthetic Systemic Toxicity

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Opioid Pharmacology

Opioids have been in use for over 200 years and are here to stay, so we have to have at least a working knowledge of their mechanisms of actions. The complications and side effects of their use is also very important and featured here coutecy of the journal Pain Medicine.

NSAID Pharmacology

Non-steroidal anti-inflammatory agents make up a big and essential part of multimodal analgesia and a basic knowledge of its mode of action.

Other Analgesic agents: Glucocorticoids

A basic knowledge of the pharmacology of the steroids is essential as they are becoming more and more relevant to acute pain management.