Quaternary Ammonium Derivative of Lidocaine as a Long-acting Local Anesthetic


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Abstract

BackgroundUse of long-acting local anesthetics that elicit complete neural blockade for more than 3 h often is desirable in pain management. Unfortunately, clinically available local anesthetics are in general not suitable for prolonged analgesia. This report describes the organic synthesis and functional testing of a lidocaine derivative that appears to fulfill the criteria of long-acting local anesthetics.

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