Local Anaesthetic Toxicity

This illustration summarise the effects of local anaesthetic toxicity through anthropomorphization

Local anaesthetic toxicity take onset about the face: peri-oral numbness, paraesthesia, tinnitus and confusion, leading to coma, seizure and cardiac toxicity. The arrow details the progression of symptoms. Again, I chose to anthropomorphize the organs for this flashcard.


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Posted by Brian Kloss

Brian Kloss is an emergency medicine physician and assistant professor at the SUNY Upstate Medical University and the VA Medical Center in Syracuse, New York. Author of Kloss and Bruce | Toxicology Flashcards | Tox Flashcards | @EM_Pearls | +Brian Kloss

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