Application Information

This drug has been submitted to the FDA under the reference 020533/001.

Names and composition

"NAROPIN" is the commercial name of a drug composed of ROPIVACAINE HYDROCHLORIDE.

Forms

ApplId/ProductId Drug name Active ingredient Form Strenght
020533/001 NAROPIN ROPIVACAINE HYDROCHLORIDE SOLUTION/INJECTION 20MG per 10ML (2MG per ML)
020533/002 NAROPIN ROPIVACAINE HYDROCHLORIDE SOLUTION/INJECTION 40MG per 20ML (2MG per ML)
020533/003 NAROPIN ROPIVACAINE HYDROCHLORIDE SOLUTION/INJECTION 100MG per 20ML (5MG per ML)
020533/004 NAROPIN ROPIVACAINE HYDROCHLORIDE SOLUTION/INJECTION 150MG per 20ML (7.5MG per ML)
020533/005 NAROPIN ROPIVACAINE HYDROCHLORIDE SOLUTION/INJECTION 100MG per 10ML (10MG per ML)
020533/006 NAROPIN ROPIVACAINE HYDROCHLORIDE SOLUTION/INJECTION 200MG per 100ML (2MG per ML)
020533/007 NAROPIN ROPIVACAINE HYDROCHLORIDE SOLUTION/INJECTION 400MG per 200ML (2MG per ML)
020533/008 NAROPIN ROPIVACAINE HYDROCHLORIDE SOLUTION/INJECTION 150MG per 30ML (5MG per ML)
020533/009 NAROPIN ROPIVACAINE HYDROCHLORIDE SOLUTION/INJECTION 500MG per 100ML (5MG per ML)
020533/010 NAROPIN ROPIVACAINE HYDROCHLORIDE SOLUTION/INJECTION 1GM per 200ML (5MG per ML)
020533/011 NAROPIN ROPIVACAINE HYDROCHLORIDE SOLUTION/INJECTION 200MG per 20ML (10MG per ML)
020533/012 NAROPIN ROPIVACAINE HYDROCHLORIDE SOLUTION/INJECTION 75MG per 10ML (7.5MG per ML)
020533/013 NAROPIN ROPIVACAINE HYDROCHLORIDE SOLUTION/INJECTION 50MG per 10ML (5MG per ML)

Similar Active Ingredient

ApplId/ProductId Drug name Active ingredient Form Strenght
020533/001 NAROPIN ROPIVACAINE HYDROCHLORIDE SOLUTION/INJECTION 20MG per 10ML (2MG per ML)
020533/002 NAROPIN ROPIVACAINE HYDROCHLORIDE SOLUTION/INJECTION 40MG per 20ML (2MG per ML)
020533/003 NAROPIN ROPIVACAINE HYDROCHLORIDE SOLUTION/INJECTION 100MG per 20ML (5MG per ML)
020533/004 NAROPIN ROPIVACAINE HYDROCHLORIDE SOLUTION/INJECTION 150MG per 20ML (7.5MG per ML)
020533/005 NAROPIN ROPIVACAINE HYDROCHLORIDE SOLUTION/INJECTION 100MG per 10ML (10MG per ML)
020533/006 NAROPIN ROPIVACAINE HYDROCHLORIDE SOLUTION/INJECTION 200MG per 100ML (2MG per ML)
020533/007 NAROPIN ROPIVACAINE HYDROCHLORIDE SOLUTION/INJECTION 400MG per 200ML (2MG per ML)
020533/008 NAROPIN ROPIVACAINE HYDROCHLORIDE SOLUTION/INJECTION 150MG per 30ML (5MG per ML)
020533/009 NAROPIN ROPIVACAINE HYDROCHLORIDE SOLUTION/INJECTION 500MG per 100ML (5MG per ML)
020533/010 NAROPIN ROPIVACAINE HYDROCHLORIDE SOLUTION/INJECTION 1GM per 200ML (5MG per ML)
020533/011 NAROPIN ROPIVACAINE HYDROCHLORIDE SOLUTION/INJECTION 200MG per 20ML (10MG per ML)
020533/012 NAROPIN ROPIVACAINE HYDROCHLORIDE SOLUTION/INJECTION 75MG per 10ML (7.5MG per ML)
020533/013 NAROPIN ROPIVACAINE HYDROCHLORIDE SOLUTION/INJECTION 50MG per 10ML (5MG per ML)
078601/001 ROPIVACAINE HYDROCHLORIDE ROPIVACAINE HYDROCHLORIDE INJECTABLE/ INJECTION 5MG per ML(0.5%)
078601/002 ROPIVACAINE HYDROCHLORIDE ROPIVACAINE HYDROCHLORIDE SOLUTION/INJECTION 150MG per 30ML (5MG per ML)
078601/003 ROPIVACAINE HYDROCHLORIDE ROPIVACAINE HYDROCHLORIDE SOLUTION/INJECTION 200MG per 20ML (10MG per ML)
090194/001 ROPIVACAINE HYDROCHLORIDE ROPIVACAINE HYDROCHLORIDE SOLUTION/INJECTION 20MG per 10ML (2MG per ML)
090194/002 ROPIVACAINE HYDROCHLORIDE ROPIVACAINE HYDROCHLORIDE SOLUTION/INJECTION 150MG per 30ML (5MG per ML)
090194/003 ROPIVACAINE HYDROCHLORIDE ROPIVACAINE HYDROCHLORIDE SOLUTION/INJECTION 150MG per 20ML (7.5MG per ML)
090194/004 ROPIVACAINE HYDROCHLORIDE ROPIVACAINE HYDROCHLORIDE SOLUTION/INJECTION 100MG per 10ML (10MG per ML)
090194/005 ROPIVACAINE HYDROCHLORIDE ROPIVACAINE HYDROCHLORIDE SOLUTION/INJECTION 40MG per 20ML (2MG per ML)
090194/006 ROPIVACAINE HYDROCHLORIDE ROPIVACAINE HYDROCHLORIDE SOLUTION/INJECTION 200MG per 20ML (10MG per ML)
090318/001 ROPIVACAINE HYDROCHLORIDE ROPIVACAINE HYDROCHLORIDE SOLUTION/INJECTION 40MG per 20ML (2MG per ML)
090318/002 ROPIVACAINE HYDROCHLORIDE ROPIVACAINE HYDROCHLORIDE SOLUTION/INJECTION 150MG per 30ML (5MG per ML)
090318/003 ROPIVACAINE HYDROCHLORIDE ROPIVACAINE HYDROCHLORIDE SOLUTION/INJECTION 150MG per 20ML (7.5MG per ML)
090318/004 ROPIVACAINE HYDROCHLORIDE ROPIVACAINE HYDROCHLORIDE SOLUTION/INJECTION 200MG per 20ML (10MG per ML)
203955/001 ROPIVACAINE HYDROCHLORIDE ROPIVACAINE HYDROCHLORIDE SOLUTION/INJECTION 150MG per 30ML (5MG per ML)
205612/001 ROPIVACAINE HYDROCHLORIDE ROPIVACAINE HYDROCHLORIDE SOLUTION/INJECTION 40MG per 20ML (2MG per ML)
205612/002 ROPIVACAINE HYDROCHLORIDE ROPIVACAINE HYDROCHLORIDE SOLUTION/INJECTION 200MG per 100ML (2MG per ML)
205612/003 ROPIVACAINE HYDROCHLORIDE ROPIVACAINE HYDROCHLORIDE SOLUTION/INJECTION 100MG per 20ML (5MG per ML)
205612/004 ROPIVACAINE HYDROCHLORIDE ROPIVACAINE HYDROCHLORIDE SOLUTION/INJECTION 150MG per 30ML (5MG per ML)
205612/005 ROPIVACAINE HYDROCHLORIDE ROPIVACAINE HYDROCHLORIDE SOLUTION/INJECTION 150MG per 20ML (7.5MG per ML)
205612/006 ROPIVACAINE HYDROCHLORIDE ROPIVACAINE HYDROCHLORIDE SOLUTION/INJECTION 100MG per 10ML (10MG per ML)
205612/007 ROPIVACAINE HYDROCHLORIDE ROPIVACAINE HYDROCHLORIDE SOLUTION/INJECTION 200MG per 20ML (10MG per ML)

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Answered questions

Where can i find local anesthetics?
examples-bupivacaine Carbocaine lidocaine Marcaine mepivacaine Naropin Nesacaine Novocain procaine Septocaine Tucks Hemorrhoidal Ointment Xylocaine Asked by Neal Fahning 2 years ago.

Some over-the-counter preparations have local anesthetics in them. To get the injectable kind you'll need either a prescription from a physician, or a medical or dental license/DEA registration. Answered by Herschel Frechette 2 years ago.

The locals that you listed are mostly injectibles. I'm almost sure you can only find those in a hospital or in a prescription. If you are looking for an over-the-counter local anesthetic, benzocaine is really the only one. It is found in various strengths and can only be used directly on the skin or topically. It also comes in several formulations like orajel drops for teeth an gums, sprays, and topical applications. They are quite short-acting, with a duration of about 45 minutes at the most. You should talk to your pharmacist about them if you have more questions. Due to their short duration, people tend to overuse them, which can lead to systemic toxicities. Answered by Virginia Wabasha 2 years ago.

YOU CAN'T. CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE. TUCKS...ANY DRUG STORE. Answered by Graig Stromyer 2 years ago.


Does anyone (medical people) have a list or a source that I can find that has local anesthetics and their uses
I need to do an inservice and I would like to do it on local anesthetics and their uses and contraindications. Something that is easier to read and understand than a drug dictionary. I have tried drug companies but they have the standard drug book data. I am a surg. tech and we use locals all the time but I am not... Asked by Palma Bocchicchio 2 years ago.

I need to do an inservice and I would like to do it on local anesthetics and their uses and contraindications. Something that is easier to read and understand than a drug dictionary. I have tried drug companies but they have the standard drug book data. I am a surg. tech and we use locals all the time but I am not sure the exact differences and why one is used instead of the other. Not to mention in the ten years I have done this, I have seen alot of new locals come to the scene. Thanks alot! Answered by Zina Hinds 2 years ago.


Where can i find local anesthetics?
examples-bupivacaine Carbocaine lidocaine Marcaine mepivacaine Naropin Nesacaine Novocain procaine Septocaine Tucks Hemorrhoidal Ointment Xylocaine Asked by Aurelia Kuczenski 2 years ago.

Some over-the-counter preparations have local anesthetics in them. To get the injectable kind you'll need either a prescription from a physician, or a medical or dental license/DEA registration. Answered by Angelo Interrante 2 years ago.

The locals that you listed are mostly injectibles. I'm almost sure you can only find those in a hospital or in a prescription. If you are looking for an over-the-counter local anesthetic, benzocaine is really the only one. It is found in various strengths and can only be used directly on the skin or topically. It also comes in several formulations like orajel drops for teeth an gums, sprays, and topical applications. They are quite short-acting, with a duration of about 45 minutes at the most. You should talk to your pharmacist about them if you have more questions. Due to their short duration, people tend to overuse them, which can lead to systemic toxicities. Answered by Hubert Gurney 2 years ago.

YOU CAN'T. CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE. TUCKS...ANY DRUG STORE. Answered by Shery Hettrick 2 years ago.


Does anyone (medical people) have a list or a source that I can find that has local anesthetics and their uses
I need to do an inservice and I would like to do it on local anesthetics and their uses and contraindications. Something that is easier to read and understand than a drug dictionary. I have tried drug companies but they have the standard drug book data. I am a surg. tech and we use locals all the time but I am not... Asked by Dulce Keisel 2 years ago.

I need to do an inservice and I would like to do it on local anesthetics and their uses and contraindications. Something that is easier to read and understand than a drug dictionary. I have tried drug companies but they have the standard drug book data. I am a surg. tech and we use locals all the time but I am not sure the exact differences and why one is used instead of the other. Not to mention in the ten years I have done this, I have seen alot of new locals come to the scene. Thanks alot! Answered by Emmanuel Sabir 2 years ago.


Where can i find local anesthetics?
examples-bupivacaine Carbocaine lidocaine Marcaine mepivacaine Naropin Nesacaine Novocain procaine Septocaine Tucks Hemorrhoidal Ointment Xylocaine Asked by Merri Capati 2 years ago.

Some over-the-counter preparations have local anesthetics in them. To get the injectable kind you'll need either a prescription from a physician, or a medical or dental license/DEA registration. Answered by Adella Linsay 2 years ago.

The locals that you listed are mostly injectibles. I'm almost sure you can only find those in a hospital or in a prescription. If you are looking for an over-the-counter local anesthetic, benzocaine is really the only one. It is found in various strengths and can only be used directly on the skin or topically. It also comes in several formulations like orajel drops for teeth an gums, sprays, and topical applications. They are quite short-acting, with a duration of about 45 minutes at the most. You should talk to your pharmacist about them if you have more questions. Due to their short duration, people tend to overuse them, which can lead to systemic toxicities. Answered by Hiroko Pantaleo 2 years ago.

YOU CAN'T. CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE. TUCKS...ANY DRUG STORE. Answered by Chantell Bable 2 years ago.


Does anyone (medical people) have a list or a source that I can find that has local anesthetics and their uses
I need to do an inservice and I would like to do it on local anesthetics and their uses and contraindications. Something that is easier to read and understand than a drug dictionary. I have tried drug companies but they have the standard drug book data. I am a surg. tech and we use locals all the time but I am not... Asked by Glenda Masch 2 years ago.

I need to do an inservice and I would like to do it on local anesthetics and their uses and contraindications. Something that is easier to read and understand than a drug dictionary. I have tried drug companies but they have the standard drug book data. I am a surg. tech and we use locals all the time but I am not sure the exact differences and why one is used instead of the other. Not to mention in the ten years I have done this, I have seen alot of new locals come to the scene. Thanks alot! Answered by Karry Corral 2 years ago.


Where can i find local anesthetics?
examples-bupivacaine Carbocaine lidocaine Marcaine mepivacaine Naropin Nesacaine Novocain procaine Septocaine Tucks Hemorrhoidal Ointment Xylocaine Asked by Abe Bashinelli 2 years ago.

Some over-the-counter preparations have local anesthetics in them. To get the injectable kind you'll need either a prescription from a physician, or a medical or dental license/DEA registration. Answered by Shavonda Jalovel 2 years ago.

The locals that you listed are mostly injectibles. I'm almost sure you can only find those in a hospital or in a prescription. If you are looking for an over-the-counter local anesthetic, benzocaine is really the only one. It is found in various strengths and can only be used directly on the skin or topically. It also comes in several formulations like orajel drops for teeth an gums, sprays, and topical applications. They are quite short-acting, with a duration of about 45 minutes at the most. You should talk to your pharmacist about them if you have more questions. Due to their short duration, people tend to overuse them, which can lead to systemic toxicities. Answered by Dwight Lanza 2 years ago.

YOU CAN'T. CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE. TUCKS...ANY DRUG STORE. Answered by Johna Schnapp 2 years ago.


Does anyone (medical people) have a list or a source that I can find that has local anesthetics and their uses
I need to do an inservice and I would like to do it on local anesthetics and their uses and contraindications. Something that is easier to read and understand than a drug dictionary. I have tried drug companies but they have the standard drug book data. I am a surg. tech and we use locals all the time but I am not... Asked by Hildegard Juste 2 years ago.

I need to do an inservice and I would like to do it on local anesthetics and their uses and contraindications. Something that is easier to read and understand than a drug dictionary. I have tried drug companies but they have the standard drug book data. I am a surg. tech and we use locals all the time but I am not sure the exact differences and why one is used instead of the other. Not to mention in the ten years I have done this, I have seen alot of new locals come to the scene. Thanks alot! Answered by Hedwig Beat 2 years ago.


Where can i find local anesthetics?
examples-bupivacaine Carbocaine lidocaine Marcaine mepivacaine Naropin Nesacaine Novocain procaine Septocaine Tucks Hemorrhoidal Ointment Xylocaine Asked by Sandie Breslin 2 years ago.

Some over-the-counter preparations have local anesthetics in them. To get the injectable kind you'll need either a prescription from a physician, or a medical or dental license/DEA registration. Answered by Rodney Mcquerry 2 years ago.

The locals that you listed are mostly injectibles. I'm almost sure you can only find those in a hospital or in a prescription. If you are looking for an over-the-counter local anesthetic, benzocaine is really the only one. It is found in various strengths and can only be used directly on the skin or topically. It also comes in several formulations like orajel drops for teeth an gums, sprays, and topical applications. They are quite short-acting, with a duration of about 45 minutes at the most. You should talk to your pharmacist about them if you have more questions. Due to their short duration, people tend to overuse them, which can lead to systemic toxicities. Answered by Jule Endres 2 years ago.

YOU CAN'T. CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE. TUCKS...ANY DRUG STORE. Answered by Tracy Roatch 2 years ago.


Does anyone (medical people) have a list or a source that I can find that has local anesthetics and their uses
I need to do an inservice and I would like to do it on local anesthetics and their uses and contraindications. Something that is easier to read and understand than a drug dictionary. I have tried drug companies but they have the standard drug book data. I am a surg. tech and we use locals all the time but I am not... Asked by Neville Dengler 2 years ago.

I need to do an inservice and I would like to do it on local anesthetics and their uses and contraindications. Something that is easier to read and understand than a drug dictionary. I have tried drug companies but they have the standard drug book data. I am a surg. tech and we use locals all the time but I am not sure the exact differences and why one is used instead of the other. Not to mention in the ten years I have done this, I have seen alot of new locals come to the scene. Thanks alot! Answered by Aurore Weerts 2 years ago.


Where can i find local anesthetics?
examples-bupivacaine Carbocaine lidocaine Marcaine mepivacaine Naropin Nesacaine Novocain procaine Septocaine Tucks Hemorrhoidal Ointment Xylocaine Asked by Wendie Jammer 2 years ago.

Some over-the-counter preparations have local anesthetics in them. To get the injectable kind you'll need either a prescription from a physician, or a medical or dental license/DEA registration. Answered by Sharee Panila 2 years ago.

The locals that you listed are mostly injectibles. I'm almost sure you can only find those in a hospital or in a prescription. If you are looking for an over-the-counter local anesthetic, benzocaine is really the only one. It is found in various strengths and can only be used directly on the skin or topically. It also comes in several formulations like orajel drops for teeth an gums, sprays, and topical applications. They are quite short-acting, with a duration of about 45 minutes at the most. You should talk to your pharmacist about them if you have more questions. Due to their short duration, people tend to overuse them, which can lead to systemic toxicities. Answered by Pamila Papiernik 2 years ago.

YOU CAN'T. CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE. TUCKS...ANY DRUG STORE. Answered by Billye Bari 2 years ago.


Does anyone (medical people) have a list or a source that I can find that has local anesthetics and their uses
I need to do an inservice and I would like to do it on local anesthetics and their uses and contraindications. Something that is easier to read and understand than a drug dictionary. I have tried drug companies but they have the standard drug book data. I am a surg. tech and we use locals all the time but I am not... Asked by Bruna Phomphithak 2 years ago.

I need to do an inservice and I would like to do it on local anesthetics and their uses and contraindications. Something that is easier to read and understand than a drug dictionary. I have tried drug companies but they have the standard drug book data. I am a surg. tech and we use locals all the time but I am not sure the exact differences and why one is used instead of the other. Not to mention in the ten years I have done this, I have seen alot of new locals come to the scene. Thanks alot! Answered by Kurt Deveyra 2 years ago.


Where can i find local anesthetics?
examples-bupivacaine Carbocaine lidocaine Marcaine mepivacaine Naropin Nesacaine Novocain procaine Septocaine Tucks Hemorrhoidal Ointment Xylocaine Asked by Camie Dragna 2 years ago.

Some over-the-counter preparations have local anesthetics in them. To get the injectable kind you'll need either a prescription from a physician, or a medical or dental license/DEA registration. Answered by Shandra Murwin 2 years ago.

The locals that you listed are mostly injectibles. I'm almost sure you can only find those in a hospital or in a prescription. If you are looking for an over-the-counter local anesthetic, benzocaine is really the only one. It is found in various strengths and can only be used directly on the skin or topically. It also comes in several formulations like orajel drops for teeth an gums, sprays, and topical applications. They are quite short-acting, with a duration of about 45 minutes at the most. You should talk to your pharmacist about them if you have more questions. Due to their short duration, people tend to overuse them, which can lead to systemic toxicities. Answered by Pansy Kelnhofer 2 years ago.

YOU CAN'T. CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE. TUCKS...ANY DRUG STORE. Answered by Dean Lingbeek 2 years ago.


Does anyone (medical people) have a list or a source that I can find that has local anesthetics and their uses
I need to do an inservice and I would like to do it on local anesthetics and their uses and contraindications. Something that is easier to read and understand than a drug dictionary. I have tried drug companies but they have the standard drug book data. I am a surg. tech and we use locals all the time but I am not... Asked by Nicolas Siskind 2 years ago.

I need to do an inservice and I would like to do it on local anesthetics and their uses and contraindications. Something that is easier to read and understand than a drug dictionary. I have tried drug companies but they have the standard drug book data. I am a surg. tech and we use locals all the time but I am not sure the exact differences and why one is used instead of the other. Not to mention in the ten years I have done this, I have seen alot of new locals come to the scene. Thanks alot! Answered by Kristyn Blunt 2 years ago.


Where can i find local anesthetics?
examples-bupivacaine Carbocaine lidocaine Marcaine mepivacaine Naropin Nesacaine Novocain procaine Septocaine Tucks Hemorrhoidal Ointment Xylocaine Asked by Ginette Looney 2 years ago.

Some over-the-counter preparations have local anesthetics in them. To get the injectable kind you'll need either a prescription from a physician, or a medical or dental license/DEA registration. Answered by Von Vaiko 2 years ago.

The locals that you listed are mostly injectibles. I'm almost sure you can only find those in a hospital or in a prescription. If you are looking for an over-the-counter local anesthetic, benzocaine is really the only one. It is found in various strengths and can only be used directly on the skin or topically. It also comes in several formulations like orajel drops for teeth an gums, sprays, and topical applications. They are quite short-acting, with a duration of about 45 minutes at the most. You should talk to your pharmacist about them if you have more questions. Due to their short duration, people tend to overuse them, which can lead to systemic toxicities. Answered by Elena Tijing 2 years ago.

YOU CAN'T. CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE. TUCKS...ANY DRUG STORE. Answered by Alethea Iennaco 2 years ago.


Does anyone (medical people) have a list or a source that I can find that has local anesthetics and their uses
I need to do an inservice and I would like to do it on local anesthetics and their uses and contraindications. Something that is easier to read and understand than a drug dictionary. I have tried drug companies but they have the standard drug book data. I am a surg. tech and we use locals all the time but I am not... Asked by Esta Brzuchalski 2 years ago.

I need to do an inservice and I would like to do it on local anesthetics and their uses and contraindications. Something that is easier to read and understand than a drug dictionary. I have tried drug companies but they have the standard drug book data. I am a surg. tech and we use locals all the time but I am not sure the exact differences and why one is used instead of the other. Not to mention in the ten years I have done this, I have seen alot of new locals come to the scene. Thanks alot! Answered by Vanna Hardter 2 years ago.


Where can i find local anesthetics?
examples-bupivacaine Carbocaine lidocaine Marcaine mepivacaine Naropin Nesacaine Novocain procaine Septocaine Tucks Hemorrhoidal Ointment Xylocaine Asked by Brett Piehl 2 years ago.

Some over-the-counter preparations have local anesthetics in them. To get the injectable kind you'll need either a prescription from a physician, or a medical or dental license/DEA registration. Answered by Pilar Gleave 2 years ago.

The locals that you listed are mostly injectibles. I'm almost sure you can only find those in a hospital or in a prescription. If you are looking for an over-the-counter local anesthetic, benzocaine is really the only one. It is found in various strengths and can only be used directly on the skin or topically. It also comes in several formulations like orajel drops for teeth an gums, sprays, and topical applications. They are quite short-acting, with a duration of about 45 minutes at the most. You should talk to your pharmacist about them if you have more questions. Due to their short duration, people tend to overuse them, which can lead to systemic toxicities. Answered by Claretha Kenely 2 years ago.

YOU CAN'T. CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE. TUCKS...ANY DRUG STORE. Answered by Rosamond Wnukowski 2 years ago.


Does anyone (medical people) have a list or a source that I can find that has local anesthetics and their uses
I need to do an inservice and I would like to do it on local anesthetics and their uses and contraindications. Something that is easier to read and understand than a drug dictionary. I have tried drug companies but they have the standard drug book data. I am a surg. tech and we use locals all the time but I am not... Asked by Brigida Verhaag 2 years ago.

I need to do an inservice and I would like to do it on local anesthetics and their uses and contraindications. Something that is easier to read and understand than a drug dictionary. I have tried drug companies but they have the standard drug book data. I am a surg. tech and we use locals all the time but I am not sure the exact differences and why one is used instead of the other. Not to mention in the ten years I have done this, I have seen alot of new locals come to the scene. Thanks alot! Answered by Belva Orvis 2 years ago.


Where can i find local anesthetics?
examples-bupivacaine Carbocaine lidocaine Marcaine mepivacaine Naropin Nesacaine Novocain procaine Septocaine Tucks Hemorrhoidal Ointment Xylocaine Asked by Maddie Mapston 2 years ago.

Some over-the-counter preparations have local anesthetics in them. To get the injectable kind you'll need either a prescription from a physician, or a medical or dental license/DEA registration. Answered by Leona Waugaman 2 years ago.

The locals that you listed are mostly injectibles. I'm almost sure you can only find those in a hospital or in a prescription. If you are looking for an over-the-counter local anesthetic, benzocaine is really the only one. It is found in various strengths and can only be used directly on the skin or topically. It also comes in several formulations like orajel drops for teeth an gums, sprays, and topical applications. They are quite short-acting, with a duration of about 45 minutes at the most. You should talk to your pharmacist about them if you have more questions. Due to their short duration, people tend to overuse them, which can lead to systemic toxicities. Answered by Diedra Funkhouser 2 years ago.

YOU CAN'T. CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE. TUCKS...ANY DRUG STORE. Answered by Madalyn Eland 2 years ago.


Does anyone (medical people) have a list or a source that I can find that has local anesthetics and their uses
I need to do an inservice and I would like to do it on local anesthetics and their uses and contraindications. Something that is easier to read and understand than a drug dictionary. I have tried drug companies but they have the standard drug book data. I am a surg. tech and we use locals all the time but I am not... Asked by Angle Kutlu 2 years ago.

I need to do an inservice and I would like to do it on local anesthetics and their uses and contraindications. Something that is easier to read and understand than a drug dictionary. I have tried drug companies but they have the standard drug book data. I am a surg. tech and we use locals all the time but I am not sure the exact differences and why one is used instead of the other. Not to mention in the ten years I have done this, I have seen alot of new locals come to the scene. Thanks alot! Answered by Arturo Gasman 2 years ago.


Where can i find local anesthetics?
examples-bupivacaine Carbocaine lidocaine Marcaine mepivacaine Naropin Nesacaine Novocain procaine Septocaine Tucks Hemorrhoidal Ointment Xylocaine Asked by Precious Medellin 2 years ago.

Some over-the-counter preparations have local anesthetics in them. To get the injectable kind you'll need either a prescription from a physician, or a medical or dental license/DEA registration. Answered by Eddie Floch 2 years ago.

The locals that you listed are mostly injectibles. I'm almost sure you can only find those in a hospital or in a prescription. If you are looking for an over-the-counter local anesthetic, benzocaine is really the only one. It is found in various strengths and can only be used directly on the skin or topically. It also comes in several formulations like orajel drops for teeth an gums, sprays, and topical applications. They are quite short-acting, with a duration of about 45 minutes at the most. You should talk to your pharmacist about them if you have more questions. Due to their short duration, people tend to overuse them, which can lead to systemic toxicities. Answered by Lettie Hisman 2 years ago.

YOU CAN'T. CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE. TUCKS...ANY DRUG STORE. Answered by Na Kriser 2 years ago.


Does anyone (medical people) have a list or a source that I can find that has local anesthetics and their uses
I need to do an inservice and I would like to do it on local anesthetics and their uses and contraindications. Something that is easier to read and understand than a drug dictionary. I have tried drug companies but they have the standard drug book data. I am a surg. tech and we use locals all the time but I am not... Asked by Bess Hickingbotham 2 years ago.

I need to do an inservice and I would like to do it on local anesthetics and their uses and contraindications. Something that is easier to read and understand than a drug dictionary. I have tried drug companies but they have the standard drug book data. I am a surg. tech and we use locals all the time but I am not sure the exact differences and why one is used instead of the other. Not to mention in the ten years I have done this, I have seen alot of new locals come to the scene. Thanks alot! Answered by Nestor Charron 2 years ago.


Where can i find local anesthetics?
examples-bupivacaine Carbocaine lidocaine Marcaine mepivacaine Naropin Nesacaine Novocain procaine Septocaine Tucks Hemorrhoidal Ointment Xylocaine Asked by Jamee Ramsuer 2 years ago.

Some over-the-counter preparations have local anesthetics in them. To get the injectable kind you'll need either a prescription from a physician, or a medical or dental license/DEA registration. Answered by Zulma Aguiler 2 years ago.

The locals that you listed are mostly injectibles. I'm almost sure you can only find those in a hospital or in a prescription. If you are looking for an over-the-counter local anesthetic, benzocaine is really the only one. It is found in various strengths and can only be used directly on the skin or topically. It also comes in several formulations like orajel drops for teeth an gums, sprays, and topical applications. They are quite short-acting, with a duration of about 45 minutes at the most. You should talk to your pharmacist about them if you have more questions. Due to their short duration, people tend to overuse them, which can lead to systemic toxicities. Answered by Ellis Morasch 2 years ago.

YOU CAN'T. CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE. TUCKS...ANY DRUG STORE. Answered by Miesha Pellicone 2 years ago.


Does anyone (medical people) have a list or a source that I can find that has local anesthetics and their uses
I need to do an inservice and I would like to do it on local anesthetics and their uses and contraindications. Something that is easier to read and understand than a drug dictionary. I have tried drug companies but they have the standard drug book data. I am a surg. tech and we use locals all the time but I am not... Asked by Raina Marcinkiewicz 2 years ago.

I need to do an inservice and I would like to do it on local anesthetics and their uses and contraindications. Something that is easier to read and understand than a drug dictionary. I have tried drug companies but they have the standard drug book data. I am a surg. tech and we use locals all the time but I am not sure the exact differences and why one is used instead of the other. Not to mention in the ten years I have done this, I have seen alot of new locals come to the scene. Thanks alot! Answered by Luigi Zaspel 2 years ago.


Where can i find local anesthetics?
examples-bupivacaine Carbocaine lidocaine Marcaine mepivacaine Naropin Nesacaine Novocain procaine Septocaine Tucks Hemorrhoidal Ointment Xylocaine Asked by Ali Sitterud 2 years ago.

Some over-the-counter preparations have local anesthetics in them. To get the injectable kind you'll need either a prescription from a physician, or a medical or dental license/DEA registration. Answered by Marceline Englander 2 years ago.

The locals that you listed are mostly injectibles. I'm almost sure you can only find those in a hospital or in a prescription. If you are looking for an over-the-counter local anesthetic, benzocaine is really the only one. It is found in various strengths and can only be used directly on the skin or topically. It also comes in several formulations like orajel drops for teeth an gums, sprays, and topical applications. They are quite short-acting, with a duration of about 45 minutes at the most. You should talk to your pharmacist about them if you have more questions. Due to their short duration, people tend to overuse them, which can lead to systemic toxicities. Answered by Chang Arant 2 years ago.

YOU CAN'T. CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE. TUCKS...ANY DRUG STORE. Answered by Lynell Remaklus 2 years ago.


Does anyone (medical people) have a list or a source that I can find that has local anesthetics and their uses
I need to do an inservice and I would like to do it on local anesthetics and their uses and contraindications. Something that is easier to read and understand than a drug dictionary. I have tried drug companies but they have the standard drug book data. I am a surg. tech and we use locals all the time but I am not... Asked by Noelle Britten 2 years ago.

I need to do an inservice and I would like to do it on local anesthetics and their uses and contraindications. Something that is easier to read and understand than a drug dictionary. I have tried drug companies but they have the standard drug book data. I am a surg. tech and we use locals all the time but I am not sure the exact differences and why one is used instead of the other. Not to mention in the ten years I have done this, I have seen alot of new locals come to the scene. Thanks alot! Answered by Pamella Sissell 2 years ago.


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