Application Information

This drug has been submitted to the FDA under the reference 009435/001.

Names and composition

"NESACAINE" is the commercial name of a drug composed of CHLOROPROCAINE HYDROCHLORIDE.

Forms

ApplId/ProductId Drug name Active ingredient Form Strenght
009435/001 NESACAINE CHLOROPROCAINE HYDROCHLORIDE INJECTABLE/INJECTION 1%
009435/002 NESACAINE CHLOROPROCAINE HYDROCHLORIDE INJECTABLE/INJECTION 2%

Similar Active Ingredient

ApplId/ProductId Drug name Active ingredient Form Strenght
009435/001 NESACAINE CHLOROPROCAINE HYDROCHLORIDE INJECTABLE/INJECTION 1%
009435/002 NESACAINE CHLOROPROCAINE HYDROCHLORIDE INJECTABLE/INJECTION 2%
009435/003 NESACAINE-MPF CHLOROPROCAINE HYDROCHLORIDE INJECTABLE/INJECTION 2%
009435/004 NESACAINE-MPF CHLOROPROCAINE HYDROCHLORIDE INJECTABLE/INJECTION 3%
009435/006 NESACAINE-MPF CHLOROPROCAINE HYDROCHLORIDE INJECTABLE/INJECTION 2%
009435/007 NESACAINE-MPF CHLOROPROCAINE HYDROCHLORIDE INJECTABLE/INJECTION 3%
040273/001 CHLOROPROCAINE HYDROCHLORIDE CHLOROPROCAINE HYDROCHLORIDE INJECTABLE/INJECTION 2%
040273/002 CHLOROPROCAINE HYDROCHLORIDE CHLOROPROCAINE HYDROCHLORIDE INJECTABLE/INJECTION 3%
087446/001 CHLOROPROCAINE HYDROCHLORIDE CHLOROPROCAINE HYDROCHLORIDE INJECTABLE/INJECTION 3%
087447/001 CHLOROPROCAINE HYDROCHLORIDE CHLOROPROCAINE HYDROCHLORIDE INJECTABLE/INJECTION 2%

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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 Malik Blockmon 1 year 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 Wimber 1 year 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 Apryl Kleeman 1 year ago.

YOU CAN'T. CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE. TUCKS...ANY DRUG STORE. Answered by Jacqui Parvin 1 year ago.


How much cocaine to overdose?
roughly in grams average potency coke? honest question could save someones life... Asked by Maisha Wu 1 year ago.

As an alkaloid, cocaine is a topical anesthetic and stimulant. So just compare with others stimulant alkaloids like caffeine, nicotine and the local anesthetics (Synthetic local anesthetics are structurally related to cocaine) such as Benzocaine (Anbesol by Pfizer), Chloroprocaine (Nesacaine), etc. There have been reported deaths from overdosing on Caffeine pills, with serious symptoms of overdose requiring hospitalization occurring from as little as 2 grams of caffeine. 40–60 mg (0.5-1.0 mg/kg) of Nicotine can be a lethal dosage for adult humans. (Nicotine therefore has a high toxicity in comparison to many other alkaloids such as cocaine.) Results of studying made with rats and mice. Overdosage from local anesthetics are rare, because its administration is subcutaneous, intrathecal or paracervical. And its sales is very limited. Answered by Shanelle Dewoody 1 year ago.

that's a small line, whether it could reason habit and that i comprehend that all and sundry has heard concerning the outcomes of drugs, so why hazard it. might you prefer to comprehend your baby experimented? study this: What are the outcomes of Cocaine? Cocaine's outcomes look very practically at contemporary after a single dose, and disappear interior a couple of minutes or hours. Taken in small quantities (as much as a hundred mg), cocaine often makes the consumer experience euphoric, energetic, talkative, and mentally alert, noticeably to the sensations of sight, sound, and touch. it could additionally quickly shrink the will for nutrition and sleep. some purchasers locate that the drug facilitates them to accomplish ordinary actual and psychological projects extra without postpone, jointly as others can journey the different result. short-term outcomes Hyper energetic loss of urge for nutrition Overly alert extra suitable heart cost larger blood stress Constricted blood vessels intense temperature or fever Dilated pupils long-term outcomes Dependency Irritable and under pressure melancholy or rigidity Paranoid Auditory hallucinations might you prefer that? i comprehend somebody that pronounced they only had to purpose it one time and ya comprehend what, he grew to grow to be majorly addicted to it and grew to become into out stealing and different issues to get his restore. in simple terms dont do it, that's going to shop you a super number of money and you're able to extra suitable issues with your self Answered by Curtis Magouirk 1 year ago.

I think you'll need to specify the persons weight and heart condition to find an accurate answer, and also I wanna be the first to say: Is you have tiger blood or Adonis DNA you can't overdose. Answered by Nella Dimperio 1 year ago.

what is high tiger blood and onis dna Answered by Siobhan Thalman 1 year ago.


Can anyone give me 10 or more Drugs that are commonly used in the Operating Room? and why it is used thanks ;)
Asked by Diane Guercio 1 year ago.

Local Anesthetics for Infiltrative Injection (nondental use) Common Local Anesthetics Generic Name (Trade Name) Concentration(s) Maximum Total Adult Dose per Procedure* Volume of Maximum Total Adult Dose pH level pKa level Lipid Solubility (Partition Coefficient) Onset (Minutes) Protein Binding, % Duration (Hours) AMIDES Lidocaine (Xylocaine) 1-2% 4.5 mg/kg, not to exceed 300 mg 30 mL of 1%; 15 mL of 2% 5-7 7.9 2.9 <2 64.3 0.5-1 Lidocaine with epinephrine 1-2% lidocaine with epinephrine 1:100,000 or 1:200,000 7 mg/kg, not to exceed 500 mg 50 mL of 1%; 25 mL of 2% 3.3-5.5 -- -- <2 -- 2-6 Bupivacaine (Marcaine, Sensorcaine) 0.25% 2.5 mg/kg, not to exceed 175 mg 70 mL 4-6.5 8.2 27.5 / 1565 (different buffer results) 5 95.6 2-4 Bupivacaine with epinephrine 0.25% bupivacaine with epinephrine 1:200,000 Not to exceed 225 mg 90 mL 3.3-5.5 -- -- 5 -- 3-7 Mepivacaine (Carbocaine, Polocaine) 1% Not to exceed 400 mg 40 mL of 1% 4.5-6.8 7.6-7.8 0.8 3-5 77.5 0.75-1.5 With epinephrine: 2-6 ESTERS Procaine (Novocain) 0.25-0.5% (via dilution) 350-600 mg 140-240 mL of 0.25%; 70-120 mL of 0.5% 3.5-5 9.1 0.02 2-5 5.8 0.25-1 Chloroprocaine (Nesacaine) Answered by Oralee Lenox 1 year 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 Deana Epler 1 year 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 Coy Malady 1 year ago.


Where can i find local anesthetics?
examples-bupivacaine Carbocaine lidocaine Marcaine mepivacaine Naropin Nesacaine Novocain procaine Septocaine Tucks Hemorrhoidal Ointment Xylocaine Asked by Joslyn Dralle 1 year 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 Malka Binegar 1 year 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 Hollis Grippen 1 year ago.

YOU CAN'T. CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE. TUCKS...ANY DRUG STORE. Answered by Julene Humbard 1 year ago.


How much cocaine to overdose?
roughly in grams average potency coke? honest question could save someones life... Asked by Rory Cokins 1 year ago.

As an alkaloid, cocaine is a topical anesthetic and stimulant. So just compare with others stimulant alkaloids like caffeine, nicotine and the local anesthetics (Synthetic local anesthetics are structurally related to cocaine) such as Benzocaine (Anbesol by Pfizer), Chloroprocaine (Nesacaine), etc. There have been reported deaths from overdosing on Caffeine pills, with serious symptoms of overdose requiring hospitalization occurring from as little as 2 grams of caffeine. 40–60 mg (0.5-1.0 mg/kg) of Nicotine can be a lethal dosage for adult humans. (Nicotine therefore has a high toxicity in comparison to many other alkaloids such as cocaine.) Results of studying made with rats and mice. Overdosage from local anesthetics are rare, because its administration is subcutaneous, intrathecal or paracervical. And its sales is very limited. Answered by Marquetta Sodergren 1 year ago.

that's a small line, whether it could reason habit and that i comprehend that all and sundry has heard concerning the outcomes of drugs, so why hazard it. might you prefer to comprehend your baby experimented? study this: What are the outcomes of Cocaine? Cocaine's outcomes look very practically at contemporary after a single dose, and disappear interior a couple of minutes or hours. Taken in small quantities (as much as a hundred mg), cocaine often makes the consumer experience euphoric, energetic, talkative, and mentally alert, noticeably to the sensations of sight, sound, and touch. it could additionally quickly shrink the will for nutrition and sleep. some purchasers locate that the drug facilitates them to accomplish ordinary actual and psychological projects extra without postpone, jointly as others can journey the different result. short-term outcomes Hyper energetic loss of urge for nutrition Overly alert extra suitable heart cost larger blood stress Constricted blood vessels intense temperature or fever Dilated pupils long-term outcomes Dependency Irritable and under pressure melancholy or rigidity Paranoid Auditory hallucinations might you prefer that? i comprehend somebody that pronounced they only had to purpose it one time and ya comprehend what, he grew to grow to be majorly addicted to it and grew to become into out stealing and different issues to get his restore. in simple terms dont do it, that's going to shop you a super number of money and you're able to extra suitable issues with your self Answered by Martina Keffer 1 year ago.

I think you'll need to specify the persons weight and heart condition to find an accurate answer, and also I wanna be the first to say: Is you have tiger blood or Adonis DNA you can't overdose. Answered by Elliot Merrih 1 year ago.

what is high tiger blood and onis dna Answered by Delinda Lipstone 1 year ago.


Can anyone give me 10 or more Drugs that are commonly used in the Operating Room? and why it is used thanks ;)
Asked by Tracey Mcnutt 1 year ago.

Local Anesthetics for Infiltrative Injection (nondental use) Common Local Anesthetics Generic Name (Trade Name) Concentration(s) Maximum Total Adult Dose per Procedure* Volume of Maximum Total Adult Dose pH level pKa level Lipid Solubility (Partition Coefficient) Onset (Minutes) Protein Binding, % Duration (Hours) AMIDES Lidocaine (Xylocaine) 1-2% 4.5 mg/kg, not to exceed 300 mg 30 mL of 1%; 15 mL of 2% 5-7 7.9 2.9 <2 64.3 0.5-1 Lidocaine with epinephrine 1-2% lidocaine with epinephrine 1:100,000 or 1:200,000 7 mg/kg, not to exceed 500 mg 50 mL of 1%; 25 mL of 2% 3.3-5.5 -- -- <2 -- 2-6 Bupivacaine (Marcaine, Sensorcaine) 0.25% 2.5 mg/kg, not to exceed 175 mg 70 mL 4-6.5 8.2 27.5 / 1565 (different buffer results) 5 95.6 2-4 Bupivacaine with epinephrine 0.25% bupivacaine with epinephrine 1:200,000 Not to exceed 225 mg 90 mL 3.3-5.5 -- -- 5 -- 3-7 Mepivacaine (Carbocaine, Polocaine) 1% Not to exceed 400 mg 40 mL of 1% 4.5-6.8 7.6-7.8 0.8 3-5 77.5 0.75-1.5 With epinephrine: 2-6 ESTERS Procaine (Novocain) 0.25-0.5% (via dilution) 350-600 mg 140-240 mL of 0.25%; 70-120 mL of 0.5% 3.5-5 9.1 0.02 2-5 5.8 0.25-1 Chloroprocaine (Nesacaine) Answered by Eugenia Vinck 1 year 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 Sharie Levison 1 year 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 Eldridge Dosier 1 year ago.


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