Local anesthesia is a method used to induce the anesthesia which involves numbing a specific part of the body to avoid pain and discomfort during the surgical and medical procedures. To induce anesthesia local anesthetics are used which are safer to perform minor surgeries and in pain management.
Unlike General Anesthesia, Local anesthetics applied to a specific area of your body to causes a complete loss of pain sensation. Local anesthetics block the nerves from its affected part of body, so that the nerves cannot send the pain signals to the brain. Thus anesthesia achieved for the specified body part.
Related Journals of Local Anesthesia
Journal of Anesthesia & Clinical Research, Analgesia & Resuscitation: Current Research, Journal of Pain Management & Medicine, Journal of Patient Care, Journal of Pain & Relief, Journal of Intensive and Critical Care, Essentials of Local Anesthesia With Mcqs, Manual of Local Anesthesia In Dentistry, Tumescent Local Anesthesia, Anesthesia and Pain Medicine, Ambulatory Anesthesia, Global Anesthesia and Perioperative Medicine, Journal of Anesthesia & Critical Care Open Access, Local and Regional Anesthesia.