Classification Amide local anesthet

See also Amide Local Anesthetics. Action/Kinetics: Blocks nerve action potential by inhibiting ion fluxes across the cell membrane. Onset: 28 min, Duration: 1.5-9 hr. Renally excreted and metabolized by the liver.

Uses: Local dental anesthesia, peripheral nerve block, caudal anesthesia, central neural block, vaginal block.

Contraindications: Hypersensitivity, children < 12 years of age. Special Concerns: See also Amide Local Anesthetics.

Side Effects: See also Amide Local Anesthetics.

Drug Interactions: See also Amide Local Anesthetics.

How Supplied: Injection without vasoconstrictor: 1%, 1.5%. Injection with vasoconstrictor: 1%, 1.5% with epinephrine concentration of 1:200,000

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