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a crystalline compound used in the form of a hydrochloride as a local anesthetic

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Allergic reactions are uncommon with lidocaine, but they may be more prevalent with the esters such as tetracaine and benzocaine.
For these patients, gauze containing tetracaine and oxymetazoline hydrochloride spray was inserted into the inferior nasal meatus until it reached the posterior part and compression was performed.
Chemical-burn patients reported that the subconjunctival injection was very painful, even after the repeated application of anesthetic eye drops (oxybuprocaine 0.4%, tetracaine 0.1%).
The local anesthesia was delivered through tampons of tetracaine and xylometazoline 0.1%.
SAN FRANCISCO -- For pain-free treatment of lacerations, the "home brew" mix of tetracaine, adrenaline, and cocaine is a good alternative to EMLA cream, said Dr.
The analgesic effect of subaracnoid adminstration of tetracaine combined with low dose morphine or nalbophine for spinal anesthesia.
Two drops of tetracaine (Chauvin Pharmaceuticals, Kingston upon Thames, UK) were applied to the selected eye.
Synera may make venous access easier because it features two vasodilators: tetracaine and heat.
Another child (one ear) had an adverse reaction to topical tetracaine; he experienced immediate otalgia, dizziness, and ipsilateral facial nerve paresis, all of which resolved within 24 hours.
A solution of tetracaine base ranging from 8 to 32% is mixed by adding 80 to 320 mg of tetracaine base powder to I cc of isopropyl alcohol.