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A pharmacist filled empty vials with either 4 mL of 1% tetracaine or 4 mL of preservative-free saline and labeled the vials with a study identification number according to a randomization log.
EVE=epidural volume extension, ITI along with epidural injection as specified, ITI=intrathecal injection, PB=plain bupivacaine, CSE=combined spinal epidural, ITI along with an epidural catheterisation but no epidural injections, NS=normal saline, HB=hyperbaric bupivacaine, HT=hyperbaric tetracaine, IT=isobaric tetracaine.
And according to Wong, the group will also study how pressure alters proteins and their interactions with tetracaine.
Such agents include benzocaine, butamben, cocaine, dibucaine, lidocaine, pramoxine, prilocaine, tetracaine, and dyclonine (a bactericidal and fungicidal local anesthetic used in lozenges and throat sprays for sore throats).
Randomized trial of novel tetracaine patch to provide local anaesthesia in neonates undergoing venepuncture.
Alternatively, hyperbaric tetracaine or bupivacaine can be carried seperately.
Four drugs, midazolam, ketamine, tetracaine and droperidol were recommended only for treating patients whose prognosis is four weeks or less.
It combines the rapid onset of benzocaine (14 percent) with the slow/extended duration of tetracaine hydrochloride (2 percent), bridging them with the intermediate action of butamben (2 percent).
Yamashita A, Matsumoto M, Matsumoto S, Itoh M, Kawai K, Sakabe T A comparison of the neurologic effects on the spinal cord of tetracaine, lidocaine, bupivacaine, and ropivacaine administered intrathecally in rabbits.
Benzonatate is closely related to the amide anesthetics such as tetracaine, and it rapidly induces profound anesthesia in the oropharynx.
Both 4% liposomal lidocaine and EMLA proved more effective than placebo, tetracaine gel, or butacaine gel in eliminating pain from laser test spots on the forearms of 10 adults, but pain scores were lowest with liposomal lidocaine in a 1999 study.
ENDOSPRAY(TM) contains benzocaine and tetracaine which provide rapid surface anesthesia of the oropharyngeal and endotracheal areas prior to endoscopy.