Local Anesthetic - Undesired Effects - Localized Adverse Effects - Causes


Causes of localized symptoms include:

  1. neurotoxicity due to allergenic reaction,
  2. excessive fluid pressure in a confined space,
  3. severing of nerve fibers or support tissue with the needle/catheter,
  4. injection-site hematoma that puts pressure on the nerve, or
  5. injection-site infection that produces inflammatory pressure on the nerve and/or necrosis.

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