Comparative research of the influence of local anesthetics on a spinal cord


  • O. O. Shugurov Oles Honchar Dnipropetrovsk National University
  • O. Y. Sorokina Dnipropetrovsk State Medical Academy
  • O. A. Shugurov Oles Honchar Dnipropetrovsk National University

Abstract

Development of neuron’s depression subject to time after influence of local anesthetics (lidocaine, novocaine and bupivacaine) on a spinal cord or nerve in equal concentrations was experimentally studied in cats. Depressing neuronal activity has the different dynamics depending on presence of influence on a spinal cord/nerve and on the anesthetic kind. The AS changes had the same tendency to oppression as CDP components. It is judged that for practical purposes it is necessary to use combinations of preparations of the various characteristics of temporary depressing activity of neurons.

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2006-01-15
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