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Recommended maximum adult dose Anesthetic Dose Lidocaine 4% (40 mg/ml) 7 to 8 ml (or 4.5 mg/kg; ~300 mg for a 70-kg patient) Tetracaine 2% (20 mg/ml) 0.9 ml * Benzocaine/tetracaine spray 2-sec spray Benzonatate 200 mg * When tetracaine is administered via an atomizer for nasal anesthesia, only 0.1 to 0.2 ml is typically used.
Tetracaine, adrenaline, and cocaine (TAC) beats EMLA in cost and in time to take effect, but not in the strength of its effect, she said at a pediatric update sponsored by the university.
A comparison of the neurotoxic effects on the spinal cord of tetracaine, lidocaine, bupivacaine, and ropivacaine administered intrathecally in rabbits.
Synera is a topical patch which combines lidocaine, tetracaine and heat, using Nuvo's proprietary "Controlled Heat Assisted Drug Delivery" (CHADD) technology.
In a feasibility study conducted at her institution, LTMF could not be accomplished because of insufficient penetration in children with narrow ear canals and in those who had an adverse reaction to the topical tetracaine used for anesthesia.
Another method is to use drops of a fresh mixture of 180 mg of topical tetracaine base powder with 0.2 ml of isopropyl alcohol.
Fluorescein and supply of eye drops Oxybuprocaine partnership, association Chloramphenicol and Dexamethasone ophthalmic ointment and association and tetracaine eye drops Oxybuprocaine.
Nuvo Research, Specialty pharmaceutical company has declared the set up of Pliaglis (lidocaine and tetracaine) cream 7%/7% by Galderma in Europe.
Several drugs like mepivacaine, tetracaine and chloroprocaine have been used before and most of these drug produced unwanted side effects that led to discontinuation of use of these drugs.
Synera is a topical patch that combines lidocaine, tetracaine and heat, approved in the United States to provide local dermal analgesia for superficial venous access and superficial dermatological procedures and in Europe, for surface anaesthesia of normal intact skin.