Molodecka J and Stenhouse C (1994) conducted a study wherein the efficacy of topical amethocaine
cream was compared to 5% EMLA cream in alleviating pain of venous cannulation.
Topical 4% amethocaine
gel reciuces the pain of subcutaneous Measles-Mumps-Rubella vaccination.
Effect of injected volume and speed of injectio on the spread of spinal anesthesia with isobaric amethocaine
Comparison of lidocaine-prilocaine cream and amethocaine
gel for local analgesia before venepuncture in children.
Effect of baricity on spinal anaesthesia with amethocaine
Regional analgesia for intra-abdominal surgery with special reference to amethocaine
The eye was anaesthetized with 1% amethocaine
and lid everted.
The patient should have a topical anaesthetic instilled (such as proxymethacaine, amethocaine
or tetracaine) and the subtarsal foreign body should then be removed by everting their upper lid.
iontophoresis or 4% amethocaine
cream), but phlebotomists may be inconvenienced by the 60-minute waiting period required for EMLA to take effect and the complications that can occur when the venipuncture site is selected by someone other than the person performing the procedure.
Effect of injectate volume and speed injection on the spread of spinal anaesthesia with isobaric amethocaine
Does topical amethocaine
gel reduce pain from heel prick blood sampling in premature infants?
Molodecka J and Stenhouse C1 (1994) conducted a study wherein the efficacy of topical amethocaine
cream was compared to 5 % EMLA cream in alleviating pain of venous cannulation.