Employing an infiltration [supra-periosteal] technique
Calculating the dose according to the patient's weight
Slow rate of injection
Always aspirating before injection
apply cold (ice)
Generic brand needles
Insertion of the needle into a foramen
Bending of the needle
Prevention efforts include avoiding repeated injections in the same site
Pain is usually reported the day following a PSA or IA injection
It is often caused by trauma to muscles or the vasculature in the infratemporal fossa
The situation may be life-threatening
The patient is unable to close the eye on the affected side.
It may be caused by injection of local anesthesia into the parotid gland.
The condition is usually transient.
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May be managed with the application of warm, moist heat
Is most often caused by use of a dull needle.
Is prevented by increasing the rate of injection.
Is eliminated by the use of topical anesthetic
Use an anesthetic agent containing epinephrine.
Place the patient in a supine position
Do not use topical anesthetic
Do not administer local anesthetic until the allergy has been disproved
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