benzocaine


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benzocaine

[′ben·zə‚kān]
(organic chemistry)
ethyl-para-aminobenzoate
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As with Baby Oral Pain Relief, the tablets dissolve quickly in the mouth and are free of benzocaine.
It found caffeine was the most common bulking agent for heroin, in 81% of samples, while other substances commonly used were paracetamol, in 70% of batches, and other medicines such as diazepam, phenacetin and benzocaine.
The synthetic drug benzocaine (ethyl 4-aminobenzoate) is a white crystalline material that is often used for anesthetizing fish by immersion prior to handling (Ross & Ross, 2008).
Benzocaine is the most commonly used anesthetic in Brazil (Gomes, Chipari-Gomnes, Lopes, Roubach, & Araujo-Lima, 2001).
Stock solutions were prepared from the dilution of benzocaine (Henrifarma Produtos Quimicos e Farmaceuticos Ltda.
2kg of benzocaine addressed to Scott's family home.
The judge said there was also a quantity of benzocaine, a cutting agent used to mix with cocaine.
According to the company, EjectDelay is an OTC US FDA and Health Canada compliant proprietary topical treatment containing the drug benzocaine and indicated for treatment of premature ejaculation.
Made in the USA, the 20 percent benzocaine anesthetic gel is fast-acting with no systemic absorption.
The UK Border Agency intercepted a consignment of five kilos of the cutting agent Benzocaine worth PS4,000 at Stansted Airport addressed to him.
The cocaine had a street value of PS9,900 but, when mixed with the bag of benzocaine also found hidden in a kitchen cupboard, it's estimated the drugs would have netted him around PS50,000.
Esam Ali Haddad, 36, rented cars to transport heroin on repeated journeys into Cardiff and a cocaine cutting agent, benzocaine, in order to pay off gambling debts.