Local Anesthesia Tumescence

■ Local anesthesia with articaine and adrenaline (e.g., B. Ultracain DSforte, Septanest with adrenaline 1/100,000) is administered in the form of a ring block below the harvest site, using an intradermal injection technique.

■ This is followed by intradermal infiltration anesthesia using 0.5 % prilo-caine with adrenaline.

■ Injection of a 0.9 % saline solution is employed to achieve tumescence of the donor area.

■ Caution: Inject the tumescence solution intradermally and subdermally; subgaleal injection is contraindicated! This precaution prevents injury to major nerves and blood vessels during the subsequent skin incision.

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