|Chemical Name:||Tetracaina Hydrochloride||Alias:||Tetracaine Hydrochloride|
tetracaine hcl powder,
benzocaine lidocaine tetracaine 15 5 5
No customs issues
European market : Portugal Spain Netherlands Poland Switzerland Sweden
Greece Luxembourg Austria Denmark Belgium France Germany Italy
North American Market : the US Canada Mexico Dominica
South American market : Brazil Argentina Venezuela Uruguay Paraguay
I hope your order can bigger than 5kg at once
Usually our Minimum order quantity of sample is 5kg.
Biger order = Better price
|CAS number||136-47-0||EINECS number||205-248-5|
|Molecular formula||C15H25ClN2O2||Melting point||149°C|
|Molecular weight||300.82||Storage conditions||Refrigerator|
Tetracaina hydrochloride is widely used in clinical anesthesia, and is widely used in surface anesthesia, local infiltration anesthesia, nerve block anesthesia, epidural anesthesia and treatment of arrhythmia. The specific use method is as follows:
First, surface anesthesia, usually 2% -4% concentration of Tetracaina hydrochloride for mucosal surface anesthesia.
Second, local infiltration anesthesia, 0.5% -1% concentration of Tetracaina hydrochloride is commonly used for local layer-by-layer infiltration to achieve anesthesia.
Third. Nerve block anesthesia, nerve stem block is usually used at a concentration of 1% -1.5% to achieve anesthesia.
Fourth, epidural anesthesia, 1.5% -2% concentration of Tetracaina hydrochloride is usually administered through the epidural cavity to play an anesthetic effect.
Fifth, the treatment of arrhythmias, especially for premature ventricular contractions as the first choice of medicine, commonly used Tetracaina hydrochloride plus glucose injection intravenous drip.
The above scheme is for reference only. For specific drug use, please use the medicine under the guidance of a professional doctor.
The harm caused by the side effects of Tetracaina hydrochloride mainly has the following aspects:
1. The use of Tetracaina hydrochloride can cause angioedema and contact dermatitis in a very small number of people.
2. Occasionally skin irritation such as burning, moth rash, and allergic reactions such as rash, pruritus, urticaria, etc.
3. May cause methemoglobinemia, skin, oral mucosal surface and tooth staining, nail bed bruising, shortness of breath, rapid heart rate, fatigue, confusion, headache, dizziness and other symptoms.
4. Long-term use can darken the tongue coating, change the taste, burn the throat, and recover after stopping the medicine.
Contact Person: Cameron