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Please answer! what would happen if lidocaine jelly was injected intraveneously?

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Dr. Rita Agarwal
Anesthesiology
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In brief: Depends on dose

It would be hard to inject because of the consistency of the jelly.
The Lidocaine would be absorbed and as long as it is below toxic doses should be ok. Not sure what the effects of the jelly carrier would be, but i assume it would be benign.

In brief: Depends on dose

It would be hard to inject because of the consistency of the jelly.
The Lidocaine would be absorbed and as long as it is below toxic doses should be ok. Not sure what the effects of the jelly carrier would be, but i assume it would be benign.
Dr. Rita Agarwal
Dr. Rita Agarwal
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