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In recent years, the application of intraoperative recurrent laryngeal nerve monitoring in thyroid surgery has greatly reduced the complications of recurrent laryngeal nerve injury. The use of intraoperative neurological monitoring requires the reduction of the dose of neuromuscular blockade, which often leads to muscle tremors during the application of electrical energy, which affects the fine separation around the muscles. This study explored the effect of local application of lidocaine on reducing muscle tremor during surgery and its optimal dose.
The investigators hypothesized that, sometimes the posterior branch of the recurrent laryngeal nerve may also have motor function. The investigators aimed to evaluate motor function of the branches in the branching recurrent laryngeal nerves in this study.