Definition of Epidural injection
1. Noun. Injection of an anesthetic substance into the epidural space of the spinal cord in order to produce epidural anesthesia.
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Literary usage of Epidural injection
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Pediatrics (1903)
"... describes his experience of epidural injection for enuresis in forty-five children treated in Professor v. Frisch's clinique in the Vienna Poliklinik ..."
2. Progressive Medicine by Hobart Amory Hare (1903)
"... by a single epidural injection of fifteen minims of a 2 per cent, cocaine solution, after which large quantities of urine were voided without pain. ..."
3. Therapeutic Gazette (1917)
"If injection of the nerve trunk fails, the epidural injection of cathelin may be tried, especially if there is evidence of irritation of the nerve roots. ..."
4. Pharmacology and Therapeutics, Preventive Medicine by Bernard Fantus, William Augustus Evans, G. Koehler (1918)
"... other day until at least five are given, but as a rule three injections suffice. Alcohol should never be used for these injections." epidural injection ..."
5. Therapeutics, Materia Medica, and Pharmacy: Including the Special by Samuel Otway Lewis Potter (1909)
"... Jodium chloride should be added to it in the proportion of 5 per cent. Dose, gr. j';-ss. n '''•'••: for intramuscular or epidural injection ..."