NOVOCAINE SOLUTION FOR INFUSIONS 2%
NOVOCAINE SOLUTION FOR INFUSIONS 2% - 40 ampoules
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Name: Novocainum (Novocainum)
Indications for use:
Infiltration (anesthesia by soaking the tissue of the operative field with a local anesthetic solution), conduction (anesthesia by exposing the anesthetic substance to the nerve trunk that innervates the operative field or the painful region), epidural (introduction of a local anesthetic into the epidural space of the spinal canal to anesthetize the areas innervated by the spinal cord) nerves) and spinal cord (injection of local anesthetic into the subarachnoid space of the spinal cord to anesthetize areas innervated by spinal nerves) anesthesia, vagosympathetic blockade (injecting a local anesthetic solution to the anterolateral surface of the cervical vertebrae) and perirenal (injecting a local anesthetic into the pararenal tissue to anesthetize the internal organs / intestines, kidney, etc.).; to potentiate (enhance) the action of essential drugs for general anesthesia; for relieving (relieving) pains in gastric ulcer, duodenal ulcer, anal fissures, hemorrhoids (swelling and inflammation of the rectal veins), etc.
Mode of application:
With infiltration anesthesia, the highest doses at the beginning of the operation are no more than 500 ml of a 0.25% solution or 150 ml of a 0.5% solution, then for every hour up to 1000 ml of a 0.25% solution or 400 ml of a 0.5% solution for each hour. For conduction anesthesia, 1-2% solutions are used, with epidural (introduction of a local anesthetic into the epidural space of the spinal canal to anesthetize areas innervated by spinal nerves) -20-25 ml of 2% solution, for spinal cord 2-3% of 5% solution, with perirenal blockade - 50-80 ml of 0.5% solution, with vagosympathetic blockade - 30-100 ml of 0.25% solution, as Local anesthetic and antispasmodic (relieving spasms) remedy is used in candles for 0.1 g.
Dizziness, weakness, hypotension (lower blood pressure), allergies.
Powder; 0.25% and 0.5% solutions in ampoules of 1; 2; five; 10 and 20 ml and 1% and 2% solutions of 1; 2; 5 and 10 ml; 0.25% and 0.5% sterile solutions of novocaine in vials of 200 and 400 ml; 5% and 10% ointment; candles containing 0.1 g of novocaine.
List B. Powder - in a well-closed dark container, ampoules and candles - in a cool, dark place.
Procain hydrochloride, Etocain, Allocain, Ambocaine, Aminocaine, Anestocain, Atoxicaine, Cerocaine, Chemocaine, Cytocain, Etonauin, Neocaine, Pincain, Paracain, Planocain, Sintokain, Genocain, Gerocain, Isocain, Cacain, Cacocain, Planocain, Sintokain, Genocain, Protokain, Sevikain, Shinkain, Topkain.
Novocaine is included in the combination preparations of menovazin, novocindol, Synthomycin (1%) liniment with novocaine, solutan and efatin.
Before using the drug
you should consult a doctor. This instruction manual is given in free translation and is intended solely for information. For more information, please refer to the manufacturer's annotations.