Xylocaine


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Xy·lo·caine

 (zī′lə-kān′)
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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The procedure involved placing a tourniquet above the patient's elbow to keep the anesthesia (in this case, Xylocaine) from flowing out of the arm during the surgery.
The paper claims he had eight shots of the painkiller xylocaine into his painful right knee just a few hours ahead of the match with France.
Brazilian newspaper Lance claimed last week that Ronaldo had eight injections of the pain-killer xylocaine during the 1998 tournament, causing a fit before the showdown against hosts France which Brazil lost 3-0.
Renshaw has found particularly helpful topical Xylocaine for helping women overcome their fear of coital pain during the first few attempts at intercourse, and alprazolam for patients with a high level of sexual anxiety.
A dental assistant increased the current every 20 seconds for a minimum of two minutes before Xylocaine, a local anesthetic, was injected into the gum.
Xylocaine and Naropin are contraindicated in patients with a known history of hypersensitivity to local anesthetics of the amide type.
Along with medical devices, Swedish drug company Astra AB is known more for its world number one ulcer drug Losec, asthma drug Pulmicort and anaesthetic Xylocaine. The Commission is appealing to other parties to fax their comments to +32 2/296 43 01 quoting reference No IV/M.1403 - Astra/Zeneca no later than February 2.
Anaesthetic creams such as Lipsyl Cold Sore Gel, Cymex or Xylocaine ointment can be applied to soothe the pain.
All patients had their oropharynx sprayed with lignocaine (Xylocaine 10 puffs; 10mg per dose) and were subsequently sedated with diazepam (Diazemuls; Dumex).
Local anesthesia such as Novocaine or Xylocaine may be injected into the operative site.
This includes local anesthesia such as xylocaine and carbocane, antibiotics for infections such as penicillin, and acetaminophen for pain.