Xylocaine


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a local anesthetic (trade names Lidocaine and Xylocaine) used topically on the skin and mucous membranes

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The heart rates and blood pressures of the children not receiving EDA treatment increased with the injection of Xylocaine by an average of eight and 10%, respectively.
The nose is packed with nasal wig soaked in solution of 15 mL 4% xylocaine with 6 drops of xylometazoline nasal drops.
followed by IVRA (intravenous regional anaesthesia) and palmar digital nerve block using 2% Xylocaine into the tourniqueted forelimbs.
Sensitivity to xylocaine was checked, while booking the patient for surgery.
The three most widely used anesthetic agents in nail surgery are lidocaine (Xylocaine), bupivacaine (Marcaine), and ropivacaine (Naropin).
Excision of multiple lesions results in a high incidence of local recurrence, and therefore it is not practical.1 Destructive methods such as CO2 laser ablation, cryotherapy and electrosurgery have been used in the treatment.6 In multiple painful lesions, the use of alpha blockers, diuretics, calcium channel blockers, nitrates, ethaverine, analgesics, antidepressants and gabapentin have been reported.7 The use of liquid nitrogen, topical nitroglycerin, lidocaine, xylocaine and phentolamine can reduce pain.
Numbing agents such as over-the-counter benzocaine (Anbesol, Oragel) or prescription lidocaine (Xylocaine) may lessen the pain, as may the topical steroid triamcinolone (prescribed as Kenalog in Orabase).
Topical anesthesia was induced with Xylocaine 4% ophthalmic drops instilled on cornea.
They were treated with superpotent topical corticosteroids, clobetasol ointment, and 2% topical Xylocaine for pain.
Using the methodology of Andren (1982), we attempted to apply anesthetic Xylocaine tape to the vomeronasal ducts in several species of rattlesnakes.
Vaseem Ali, M.D., of Houston, applies 1% Xylocaine gel to the introitus 5 minutes before the exam.
We can use routine anesthesia--Demerol, Xylocaine, and Versed--and the patient is quite comfortable, even with the buprenorphine.
Intravenous Xylocaine in the treatment of attacks of Meniere's disease.
Researchers found that Xylocaine Gel, normally used by doctors to numb the skin, sends pain-killing messages to the part of the brain where migraines start.