dibucaine

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Noun1.dibucaine - a local anesthetic that is administered by injection
intravenous anesthetic - an anesthetic that produces anesthesia when injected into the circulatory system
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showed the possibility of local anesthetics (namely, benzocaine, cinchocaine, lidocaine, and procaine) detection and their semiquantitative determination by immobilization of solid microparticles of anesthetics on paraffin impregnated graphite electrode.
Eldin, "Sensitive electrochemical behavior of cinchocaine hydrochloride at activated glassy carbon and graphite pencil electrodes," International Journal of Pharmaceutical Analysis, vol.
A prospective randomised trial comparing spinal anaesthesia using hyperbaric cinchocaine with general anaesthesia for lower limb vascular surgery.