Local anesthesia is commonly used for minor procedures
involving the fingers and toes. Adding epinephrine to local
anesthesia gives quicker anesthesia onset, fewer injections
needed to reach anesthesia, better pain control, prolonged
anesthesia duration and less bleeding.
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Local Anesthesia for Minor Procedures.
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