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Comparison of topical anesthesia of 20% benzocaine and 60% lidocaine gel.
The trial was a Phase 2, double-blind, randomized, placebo-controlled, two-arm study evaluating the safety and effectiveness of the administration of lidocaine and epinephrine using the IDDS to provide topical anesthesia in adults undergoing a venipuncture procedure.
Although the medical use of cocaine has for the most part become obsolete, it is still used at times by otolaryngologists for topical anesthesia in head and neck surgeries.
Controlling the pain: topical anesthesia is an important tool in pain management and new uses offer more options for dental hygienists.
In our patient, the use of topical anesthesia was not necessary.
Jackie Russell appreciated that LAT was performed in Silverstein's office with only a topical anesthesia, avoiding the risks of general anesthesia that tubes require.
At the same time, it is economical for physician practices because EXILIS is affordable, there are no costly disposables, and no topical anesthesia is required.
Transpalpebral Diaton tonometer is the world's only non-corneal and non-contact tonometer used through the eyelid to quickly and painlessly determine intraocular pressure without directly touching the cornea or requiring use of topical anesthesia.
After administering topical anesthesia of the airway with 4% lidocaine transoral spray, we performed fiberoptic tracheoscopy.
Topical anesthesia is applied initially to the injection site.
The procedure typically takes less than 10 minutes, is performed on the non-dominant eye, and uses topical anesthesia.