Surface anesthetics reversibly block nerve conduction near their site of administration. It works by inhibiting sodium channels at the nerve endings and along the axon. ICPA has perfect surface anesthetics for minor dental procedures.
Xicaine Surface Anesthetic with lignocaine hydrochloride I.P and 2% adrenaline I.P suppresses the pain and eases discomfort during dental procedures.
Xicaine Cartridges, ICPA’s latest offering, makes administrating a dose of anaesthetic much easier. It contains 2% lidocaine with 1:80,000 epinephrine injection solution.
Nummit Spray is a fast-acting surface anesthetic that consists of lidocaine U.S.P, inert solvents & propellant. It reversibly blocks nerve transmission when applied to the desired site of action during painful oral conditions.
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Surface Aneasthetic Spray
Lidocaine U.S.P. 15% w/w Inert solvents & Propellant q.s. to 100% w/w Each actuation delivers 7.5mg of Lidocaine USP, CFC free.
Mode of action:
Local anesthetics like Lidocaine reversibly block nerve transmission, when applied to a limited area of the body. They bind to the sodium channels in the nerve membrane and prevent the entry of sodium ions in response to the membrane’s depolarization. Indications:
Preoperative surface anaesthesia and for painful oral conditions.
Directions for use:
Hold the container with the extension tube pointing towards the area of applications. Press button to spray. Allow 2 seconds between two subsequent sprays. Shake container before each use.
Flammable, Pressurised container. Must not be punctured, broken or incinerated, even when apparently empty. Keep out of reach of children. Keep away from eyes.
Store in a cool and dry place. Keep away from heat and direct sunlight.
Metallic canister of 100g (3.52 oz)
2% lidocaine with 1:80,000 epinephrine injection solution
- Local or loco-regional dental anesthesia
- Local dental anesthesia by nerve block or infiltration
Features & Benefits :
- Lignocaine is the Gold Standard in dental anaesthesia
- Terminal sterilization of product/cartridges for safe use
- Produced and packed in highly controlled sterile environment
- Highest quality standards
- Trusted blindly by world renowned dentist
- Cartridges packed 10 in a blister tray to avoid glass to glass contact, hence reducing breakage
- 100% latex-free
- Box containing 5 blisters of 10 x 1.8 ml glass cartridges
For Infiltration/Nerve Block
Lignocaine Hydrochloride I.P. 2% Adrenaline I.P. 1:80,000
Mode of Action:
Local anaesthetics reversibly block nerve transmission, when applied to a limited area of the body. They bind to the sodium channels in the nerve membrane and prevent the entry of sodium ions in response to the membrane’s deplorization. A vasoconstrictor like Adrenaline added to a local anaesthetic may significantly prolong the anaesthetic’s duration of action by reducing the blood flow around the injection site. This in turn may reduce the local anaesthetic’s peak plasma concentration and the risk of adverse systemic reactions.
Local Anaesthesia by infiltration or nerve block injection.
Xicaine is contraindicated in patients with known hypersensitivity to local anaesthetic of amide type, or the presence of vasoconstrictor. Adrenaline is contraindicated in patients with arterial hypertension, coronary disease, valvular cardiac disease.
Dosage and administration:
Adults :2ml is generally sufficient. 4ml may be used in the case of large interventions. However, 4 to 6ml may be used if deemed necessary for prolonged procedures. Adolescents between 14 to 17 and the Elderly : Usual dose 1.8ml. Do not exceed 3.75ml.
Children between 6 and 14 :Usual dose 1 to 1.5ml. Do not exceed 2.5ml.
DILUTION AFTER 1: 80000
Do not use under 3 years of age.
Store in a cool dark place.
Vial of 30ml (1.01 fl. oz)