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Which local anesthetic does not react with corn allergies?

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Dr. Foead Geula
Anesthesiology
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In brief: Preservative free

It's not the anesthetic per se that's to blame, usually it's the dextrose-containing suspension.
If local anesthetic is suspended in preservative-free solute, such as normal saline, you shouldn't have a problem.

In brief: Preservative free

It's not the anesthetic per se that's to blame, usually it's the dextrose-containing suspension.
If local anesthetic is suspended in preservative-free solute, such as normal saline, you shouldn't have a problem.
Dr. Foead Geula
Dr. Foead Geula
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Dr. Lewis Margolis
Anesthesiology

In brief: Corn allergy

Corn allergy can be serious.
Local anesthetics do not react with corn allergies, but the solution which contain the anesthetics may contain dextrose, which may react. Ask your physician for anesthetics contained in saline.

In brief: Corn allergy

Corn allergy can be serious.
Local anesthetics do not react with corn allergies, but the solution which contain the anesthetics may contain dextrose, which may react. Ask your physician for anesthetics contained in saline.
Dr. Lewis Margolis
Dr. Lewis Margolis
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