LIDOCAINE

LIDOCAINE is a topic covered in the Davis's Drug Guide.

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General

High Alert Medication: This medication bears a heightened risk of causing significant patient harm when it is used in error.

lidocaine (parenteral)

Pronunciation:
lye-doe-kane


Trade Name(s)

  • Xylocaine
  • XylocardCanadian Tradename

lidocaine (local anesthetic)

Trade Name(s)

  • Xylocaine

lidocaine (mucosal)

Trade Name(s)

  • Jampocaine ViscousCanadian Tradename
  • Xylocaine Viscous

lidocaine (transdermal)

Trade Name(s)

  • Lidoderm

lidocaine (topical)

Trade Name(s)

  • BetacaineCanadian Tradename
  • CathejellCanadian Tradename
  • Glydo
  • LidodanCanadian Tradename
  • L-M-X 4
  • L-M-X 5
  • LyracaineCanadian Tradename
  • MaxileneCanadian Tradename
  • StallionCanadian Tradename
  • TopicaineCanadian Tradename
  • Xylocaine

Ther. Class.
anesthetics (topical/local)
antiarrhythmics (class IB)

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