articaine


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ar·ti·caine

(ahrti-kān)
Local anesthetic, usually in a 4% solution, commonly used in dentistry.
[coined term incl. -caine, local anesthetic, fr. cocaine, fr. coca + -ine, chem. suffix]
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All primary first molars and maxillary incisors were extracted with local anesthesia (articaine and epinephrine) injection (Table 1).
Anesthetic efficacy of 4% articaine and 2% lidocaine for extraction and pulpotomy of mandibular primary molars: an equivalence parallel prospective randomized controlled trial.
In anaesthesia for endodontic purposes, the most commonly used are amide compounds, such as: lidocaine, mepivacaine, articaine, bupivacaine, prilocaine.
Lidocaine 2% was used in three studies (15, 42, 44), but 4% articaine with 1:100.000 epinephrine was also employed (3).
Local anesthesia was applied using a local anesthetic solution (Ultracaine[R], Hoechst Marion Roussel) containing 40 mg articaine hydrochloride and 0.012 mg epinephrine hydrochloride/ml with a blockade of the posterior superior alveolar nerve and using the palatal infiltrative method.
The efficacy and safety of articaine versus lignocaine in dental treatments: a metaanalysis.
It has been shown that various anesthetic agents used for periprostatic nerve blockage, such as articaine, bupivacaine, levobupivacaine, ropivacaine, lignocaine and mainly lidocaine, provide effective analgesia (10,11,12,15,16,17).