procaine


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Related to procaine: procaine hydrochloride, Procaine penicillin G, procaine penicillin
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a white crystalline powder (trade name Ethocaine) administered near nerves as a local anesthetic in dentistry and medicine

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The evidence suggesting that procaine may benefit people with AIDS includes a pilot study presented by Sapse at the international AIDS conference held in Marrakech, Morocco, in 1993.
One of its ingredients is procaine hydrochloride, an anesthetic approved for dental use.
tetrodotoxin, procaine, and of magnesium on the field-stimulated
NYSE: KG) today announced that it has begun distributing Bicillin([R]) C-R (penicillin G benzathine and penicillin G procaine injectable suspension) manufactured at the Company's dedicated penicillin manufacturing facility in Rochester, Michigan.
Procaine penicillinG15 lac, penicillin sodium 5 lac and streptomycin sulphate 2.
Trigger point therapy is a technique in which procaine and saline solution is injected into tender and sore body points in order to relieve pain.
The ester group of local anaesthetic agents include: cocaine, chloroprocaine, procaine and tetracaine.
We blindfolded elk to minimize stress during handling and administered penicillin G procaine, vitamin B, vitamin E-selenium, and an 8-way Clostridium bacterin to alleviate stress.
Intrauterine inseminations were performed on animals under local anaesthesia by injection of 4 ml procaine hydrochloride.
Modification of pain on injection of propofol--a comparison between lignocaine and procaine.
The drugs administered to 17 patients included chloroquine, novalgin, paraldehyde, procaine penicillin, and sulfadoxine-pyrimethamine.
and the Food and Drug Administration are warning physicians about the inappropriate use of Bicillin C-R (penicillin G benzathine and penicillin G procaine injectable suspension) for the treatment of syphilis.
1957; Zsigmond and Downs 1971) in which serum cholinesterase levels were measured with acetylchoune, benzoylcholine, butyrylcholine, or procaine as substrate.
Bush KA, Hillier S: Controlled study of caudal epidural injections of triamcinolone plus procaine for the management of intractable sciatica.