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What is lidocaine hydrochloride jelly usp, 2%?
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Dr. Simon Tsiouris
Internal Medicine - Infectious Disease
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In brief: Toipical anesthetic
Lidocaine jelly is a topical anesthetic used to numb the skin or to dull pain in the skin.

In brief: Toipical anesthetic
Lidocaine jelly is a topical anesthetic used to numb the skin or to dull pain in the skin.
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Dr. Ralph Morgan Lewis
Can also be used for desensitizing urethra for those who self-cath, & may be used for gum & dental pain but caution is required so as not to suppress gag reflex
Dr. Thomas Oliverson
Anesthesiology
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In brief: It is a mixture of
The local anesthetic Lidocaine and a water based lubricant like that found in KY jelly.
It is used to provide local anesthesia (numbness) to mucous membranes like the nose and mouth.

In brief: It is a mixture of
The local anesthetic Lidocaine and a water based lubricant like that found in KY jelly.
It is used to provide local anesthesia (numbness) to mucous membranes like the nose and mouth.
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