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Who should not be administered etidocaine?

People with peripheral vascular disease and hypertensive vascular disease may experience an amplified effect when being administered etidocaine. If you have heart block, liver disease, any heart condition, a blood infection, any kind of vascular condition, a spinal condition, any neurological disease or very high blood pressure, special caution should be taken with this drug. People allergic to etidocaine or related anesthetics should also not receive it. Etidocaine products were removed from the US market in 2001.

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