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A trademark for the drug lidocaine and its hydrochloride salt.
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Noun1.Xylocaine - a local anesthetic (trade names Lidocaine and Xylocaine) used topically on the skin and mucous membranes
local anaesthetic, local anesthetic, topical anaesthetic, topical anesthetic, local - anesthetic that numbs a particular area of the body
brand, brand name, marque, trade name - a name given to a product or service
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It is premixed with the anesthetic xylocaine so the patients are quite comfortable during the procedure.
Toward the middle of the 1969 season with Buffalo, I had taken so many cortisone shots that they could not even put in the Xylocaine because there was so much scar tissue in my shoulder--I was not even flinching when they put in the cortisone.
Our planes don't fly, our ships sink and TV pundits gobble like turkeys, making a pudding out of issues, trivializing survival, their inanity like Xylocaine, wiping out all sensation.
Following this, a further 5 mL of plain 1% xylocaine was infiltrated directly into the prostate gland (the periprostatic and intraprostatic infiltration is defined as deep anesthesia for this study).
The endorectal coil is lubricated with a topical anesthetic (usually xylocaine or lidocaine), inserted and inflated with 60 ml to 80 ml of either air or liquid perfluorocarbon, which can reduce air associated artifacts (Figure 3).
Small stones can be gently massaged with intraurethral instillation of xylocaine.
A trial began with the subject being presented with either a target mouse carcass coated with Xylocaine ointment (experimental condition) or a target mouse carcass coated with Vaseline (control condition).
During the control trial, IOP of both the eyes was recorded in lying down position by indentation method at every 30 minutes for 2 hours under aseptic precautions after instillation of xylocaine eye drops, using Schiotz tonometer.
TB syringe containing one percent xylocaine (if that follows the hospital's guidelines)
One month later, surgical procedures were performed on the designated teeth under general anesthesia supplemented by local administration of lidocaine-HCL (2 % mass fraction Xylocaine, Astra Japan Ltd.
found that lidocaine or Xylocaine, sprayed into the noses of laboratory rats, quickly traveled down the trigeminal nerve and collected in their teeth, jaws, and mouths at levels 20 times higher than in the blood or brain.
For the mature osteoblast cell culture, 8-month old female Imprinting Control Region (ICR) mice were killed by an overdose of intra-peritoneal injection of xylocaine (1 ml, 2%, 20 mg/ml, Astrazeneca, England), followed by the flushing of the marrow of femur and tibia bones using PBS solution.