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Articaine HCL powder

Articaine HCL powder

Articaine HCL powder
Product name : Articaine HCL powder
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 product name: Articaine HCL
CAS: 23964-57-0
Molecular : C13H20N2O3S.HCl
MW: 320.83
Purity: 99%
EINECS: 245-957-7
Appearance: White powder
Usage:local anesthetic
 
Articaine HCL Description :
 
1. Articaine is a local anaesthetic that has been approved overseas for several years. Like other amide anaesthetics, articaine blocks nerve conduction when it is infiltrated around a nerve. This action is prolonged by combining the drug with a vasoconstrictor
 
2. The combination of articaine can be used for local or regional anaesthesia for dental procedures. Anaesthesia begins within six minutes and lasts for an hour. The half-life of articaine is approximately 1.8 hours. It is metabolised and then mainly excreted in the urine.
 
3. Articaine is used for pain control. Like other local anesthetic drugs, articaine causes a transient and completely reversible state of anesthesia (loss of sensation) during (dental) procedures.
 
4. In dentistry, articaine is used both for infiltration and block injections, with the block technique yielding the greatest duration of anesthesia
 
5. Articaine is an intermediate-potency, short-acting amide local anesthetic with a fast metabolism due to an ester group in its structure. It is effective with local infiltration or peripheral nerve block in dentistry, when administered as a spinal, epidural, ocular, or regional nerve block, or when injected intravenously for regional anesthesia
 
 
6. In comparative trials, its clinical effects were not generally significantly different from those of other short-acting local anesthetics like lidocaine, prilocaine, and chloroprocaine, and there is no conclusive evidence demonstrating above-average neurotoxicity.
 
 
7. Articaine proved to be suitable and safe for procedures requiring a short duration of action in which a fast onset of anesthesia is desired, eg, dental procedures and ambulatory spinal anesthesia, in normal and in special populations
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