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] technology to deliver bupivacaine to provide up to three days of pain relief after surgery.
A solution comprised of dexamethasone, bupivacaine (generic form), and gentamicin (DMG) is being utilized intraoperatively by some gynecologists in Charleston, West Virginia for Laparoscopic Assisted Vaginal Hysterectomy (LAVH) procedures.
The women were randomized equally into three groups given continuous subcutaneous instillation for 48 hours after surgery of bupivacaine at 10 mg/hr only (as an active control); bupivacaine plus ketorolac at 0.
Mrs Cabrera, who lived in Swindon and worked at the GWH, died a short time later from a heart attack caused by Bupivacaine toxicity, her inquest at Trowbridge Town Hall heard.
She died of a heart attack caused by Bupivacaine toxicity at Great Western Hospital, Swindon, where she had worked as a theatre nurse.
She died within minutes from a heart attack caused by bupivacaine toxicity at Great Western Hospital (GWH), Swindon, where she had worked as a theatre nurse.
The study was a follow-up of a trial they published in the Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery in 2000, in which 55 candidates for surgery were randomly assigned instead to a selective nerve root injection of bupivacaine alone, or bupivacaine and betamethasone.
Those in the study group also received six injections of bupivacaine hydrochloride 0.