lidocaine

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lidocaine

[′līd·ə‚kān]
(organic chemistry)
C14H22N2O A crystalline compound, used as a local anesthetic. Also known as lignocaine.
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However, the total relaxation of the contracted tracheal strip was observed when adding 10 [sup]-4 M of xylocaine.
The recipient area was infiltrated with a solution of normal saline, 1% xylocaine and 0.
Experimental target mice were treated in the following manner: Xylocaine ointment (5% Lidocaine in a petroleum-based jelly, Astra Pharmaceutical Products, Inc.
I usually insert the xylocaine and prepare the syringe and other items before the exercise and usually able to obtain the sample within two minutes of cessation of exercise.
Various therapeutic options include extracorporeal shock wave therapy (11), local steroid injection (12), local 2% Xylocaine infiltration (13), physical therapy (14, 15) and surgical intervention (16, 17) suggesting that no single procedure is effective in all patients.
The intradermal tests were negative for Xylocaine [R] 2% (lignocaine) at dilution 0.
Police said marijuana and Xylocaine, a numbing agent, were found in the home.
A recent Internet search turned up a list of 29 lidocaine-containing topicals, including the Lidoderm patch, Xylocaine ointment, EMLA, ELA-Max, Dr.
To assess the bleeding site, endoscopic examination of the nasal cavity was performed under local anesthesia with xylocaine and adrenaline within 12 hours of admission.
In the current set of experimentations on a simple orthotopic transplantation site at the axilla under local 1 percent xylocaine infiltration anaesthesia, a little fetal tissue/organ is placed in a vascular subcutaneous 2x1cm.