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Intrabladder Lidocaine (Definition)

Lidocaine is a topical anesthetic that can be injected into the bladder with a sodium bicarbonate solution to treat ...Read more


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Where do I buy lidocaine tablet?

Not an oral med: Lidocaine is a local anesthetic that can be injected or given as a topical patch. It doesn't come in pill form. Some patients take oral mexiletine to control abnormal heart rhythms or to treat chronic pain. This medication is sometimes referred to as Lidocaine in pill form, though that's not strictly accurate. It is available only by Rx from your doctor. ...Read more

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How long does lidocaine last for?

1.5 to 2 hours: Though the half-life of Lidocaine is 1.5 to 2 hours, the clinical effectiveness of Lidocaine is usually much shorter (around 30 - 45 minutes). ...Read more

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Can you tell me about lidocaine for shots?

Lidocaine injectable: Lidocaine injection is used to numb an area of your body to help reduce pain during your surgery. It also used for topical applications, to treat irregular heart rhythms or neuropathic pain (e.g. CRPS). Hope it helps. ...Read more

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For how long will lidocaine stay in my system?

Not very long: The clinical effect should be completely gone in two hours; although the essays will probably still detect the drug, it is not done in practical settings. ...Read more

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How healthy is it to use pure lidocaine powder?

Lidocaine Powder: Hmmm, using Lidocaine for non-medical purposes (like cutting cocaine) is very stupid and likely to have bad consequences. Lidocaine can have a direct, lethal effect on the heart and CNS in sufficient quantities. Don't use it except as directed by a doc. ...Read more

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To what extent would an injection of lidocaine typically cost?

It depends: Solution (lidocaine hcl injection) 0.5% (50 ml): $3.43 1% (50 ml): $1.04 1.5% (20 ml): $9.71 2% (50 ml): $1.19 4% (5 ml): $4.24. This is one of the many formulations, and this is only the price that you'd pay if you pick it up from pharmacy, not the price the hospital will charge you. ...Read more

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Could i please have some help with ionic interactions and lidocaine?

Neutrilization: Ionic interactions tend to inactivate lidocaine. The occurs when injecting lido or any other anesthetic into an infected wound. Often the lido is either worthless or markedly reduced in potency. This is because the lido ionized ...Read more