proparacaine


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proparacaine

 [pro-par´ah-kān]
a topical ophthalmic anesthetic; used as the hydrochloride salt.

proparacaine

/pro·par·a·caine/ (-par´ah-kān) a topical ophthalmic anesthetic; used as the hydrochloride salt.

proparacaine

the preferred topical anesthetic for ophthalmic use. Called also proxymetacaine hydrochloride.
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5% proparacaine and fluorescein was instilled into the eye and IOP was measured by Goldmann applanation tonometry.
Topical Anaesthesia: It is applied using proparacaine, a local anaesthetic.
Topical anaesthesia was established by instilling proparacaine 0.
With patient in supine position, a drop of topical anaesthetic agent Proparacaine 0.
05% Proparacaine HCl and topical Diclofenac sodium have been used to relieve pain.
The three drugs in this class are lidocaine, proparacaine (Alcaine), and tetracaine (Altacaine, Tetravisc).
5% proparacaine hydrochloride (Anestalcon, Alcon[R], Sao Paulo, SP).
In the eye 1-2 drops 5% proparacaine HCl was instilled to induce local anesthesia.
The discomfort and systemic effect of the examination should be minimised by pre-treatment of the eyes with a topical anaesthetic agent such as proparacaine or benoxinate.
5 per cent proparacaine hydrochloride (Aurolab, Madurai, India) by using flame sterilized Kimura's spatula or a sterile Bard-Parker blade #15.
5% proparacaine hydrochloride, pigmented trabecular meshwork was targeted and non-overlapping laser spots were evenly placed on either the inferior 180[degrees] or the entire 360[degrees] of the trabecular meshwork with a specifically designed SLT gonio lens (Latina, Ocular Instruments, Bellevue, WA, USA) (by U.