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What sort of anesthetic is nupercainal?
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Dr. Karen Sibert
Anesthesiology
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In brief: Local anesthetic
Nupercainal is a cream or ointment that contains the local anesthetic dibucaine.
It can be applied directly to a small cut or scrape, a minor burn, or to an insect bite, poison ivy blisters, etc. To provide topical pain relief. It will not provide relief for severe pain.

In brief: Local anesthetic
Nupercainal is a cream or ointment that contains the local anesthetic dibucaine.
It can be applied directly to a small cut or scrape, a minor burn, or to an insect bite, poison ivy blisters, etc. To provide topical pain relief. It will not provide relief for severe pain.
Dr. Karen Sibert
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