Cetacaine

Cetacaine

(sē′tə-kān′)
A trademark for a combination of the drugs tetracaine hydrochloride, butyl aminobenzoate, and benzocaine.
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Cetacaine spray is a benzocaine based topical anesthetic which is commonly used in endoscopic procedures.
Topical cetacaine was utilized as part of the operative protocol with a decline noted in the oxygen saturations within 20 minutes of administration.
A single spray of a topical anaesthetic (Cetacaine, 14% Benzocaine, Cetylite Ind., Pennsauken, NJ USA) was sprayed on the back of the throat.
Drugs documented to contribute to methemoglobinemia include benzocaine 3 cetacaine, prilocaine (the 'caines') (4) and the use of both topical lidocaine and topical benzocaine for bronchoscopy (5).
Cetacaine[R] Hospital Gel from Cetylite Industries, Inc., puts the pain relief of the prescription drug Cetacaine in an easy-to-use gel that stays where it is applied.
Cetacaine Hospital Gel enjoys a long history of safe use and is nonflammable.
Cetacaine[R] Hospital Gel, Topical Anesthetic, manufactured by Cetylite Industries, Inc., puts the effective pain relief of fast-acting, long-lasting Cetacaine in an easy-to-use gel that stays where it is needed.
For 50 years Cetacaine topical anesthetic spray has been used for rapid pain control and suppression of the gag reflex.