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Doctor insights on: Lidocaine Nausea

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Dr. Stephen Noga
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Nausea (Definition)

Nausea is the sensation of having ...Read more


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Please tell me what is lidocaine?

Anesthetic: Lidocaine is a very useful anesthetic usually injected for the performance of local surgery and can also be infused for the control of heart rhythm disturbances. It is a very useful drug with very low toxicity. ...Read more

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Is there a way to reverse lidocaine?

Time: There is no reversal agent for lidocaine, so you must wait for it to wear off, usually in less than 60-90 minutes. ...Read more

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What are the effects of lidocaine on a nerve?

What are the effects of lidocaine on a nerve?

Na channel blocker: Yes, it is a sodium channel blocker, so it is used as local anesthetic and as anti arrythmic agent. Local anesthetics (lidocaine ) block the influx of sodium and prevent the generation of an action potential and its transmission along a nerve. ...Read more

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What are lidocaine & prilocaine for?

Local anesthetics: In combination Lidocaine + prilocaine = EMLA (lidocaine and prilocaine) topical cream. Lidocaine is a local anaesthetic of the amide group and commonly used for this purpose (e.g. dental office). Prilocaine is a local anesthetic of the amino amide type and used for local anesthesia. ...Read more

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What could happen if lidocaine/prilocaineeutectic mixture was consumed orally?

How much?: If just a tiny bit was consumed say a pea size amount nothing will happen but you may get a numb tongue or posterior pharynx ( back of throat ) for an hour or so. If the entire tube was taken i would see how many milligrams of lido/prilo were in the tube . Much of the medication would be broken-down in the stomach but you would absorb some. If you ate the entire tube i would go to the er. ...Read more

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Lidocaine ok for shingles?

Lidocaine ok for shingles?

Shingles and lidocai: Sure if it works for you. You would be in much better shape than with the opioids. ...Read more

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Is lidocaine tetracaine safe?

Two different meds: If I understood your question correctly, lidocaine (an amide) is also a local anesthetic, yet chemically it is different from tetracaine (an ester). The chance of allergic reaction is higher with ester-type drug (Novocaine, tetracaine). Duration and metabolism is also different. One should consult a doctor with the specific questions regarding safety. Hope that helps. ...Read more

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What is lidocaine tetracaine for?

Local anesthesia: Lidocaine and tetracaine are local anesthetics; each is a distinct molecule. ...Read more