Iontocaine


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Iontocaine

Anesthesiology A topical anesthetic–lidocaine w/ epinephrine administered by iontophoresis–in gel adhesive pads Iomed 6/3/97. See Iontophoresis, Lidocaine.
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This technology was FDA approved in 1995 for transdermal applications in the form of a topical solution of 20/0 lidocaine with 1:100,000 epinephrine (Iontocaine).
Developed by Iomed of Salt Lake City, Numby Stuff quickly and effectively delivers Iontocaine, Iomed's anesthetic medication, directly into the skin using a mild, low-level electrical current from a small, battery-powered dose controller.