procaine hydrochloride


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pro·caine hy·dro·chlor·ide

(prō'kān hī'drō-klōr'īd),
Local anesthetic for infiltration and spinal use, although it lacks activity when used topically. As an ester type anesthetic, it is more likely to cause a hypersensitivity reaction than amide-type anesthetics.

pro·caine hy·dro·chlor·ide

(prō'kān hī'drŏ-klōr'īd)
Local anesthetic for infiltration and spinal use, although it lacks activity when used topically.

procaine hydrochloride 

A local anaesthetic of the amide type used in eye surgery. It is used in 1-10% solution and its action lasts for nearly one hour.

pro·caine hy·dro·chlor·ide

(prō'kān hī'drŏ-klōr'īd)
Local anesthetic for infiltration and spinal use, although it lacks activity when used topically.
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Colorimetric determination of procaine hydrochloride in pharmaceutical preparations.
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Colorimetric Determination of Procaine hydrochloride in Pharmaceutical Preparations using Diazotization Coupling Reactions.