Local Anesthesia Procaine HCl Procaine Hydrochloride for Pain Reliever

Alias: Procaine hydrochloride;aminocaine;anadolor;atoxicocaine;
CAS register number: 51-05-8
Assay: 99%
EINECS: 200-077-2
Molecular formula: C13H21ClN2O2
Molecular weight: 272.77
Molecular structure
Melting point: 155-156 °C
Grade: Pharmaceutical Grade
Storage: Shading, confined preservation
Appearance: White crystalline powder
Usage: Procaine hydrochloride is a kind of local anesthetics, for local anesthesia, nerve block etc, can block the conduction of nerve fibers with anesthetic effect, strong function, low toxicity, and no addiction, but the skin, mucous membrane penetration force is weak, not suitable for surface anesthesia, clinically used to infiltration, spine and conduction anesthesia.

 

Function

A local anesthetic of the amino ester group that is primarily used as a topical anesthetic.Also used to control the pain of intramuscular injection of penicillin as well as in dentistry.Non Caine local anesthetic.

Procaine hydrochloride is a kind of local anesthetics, for local anesthesia, nerve block etc, can block the conduction of nerve fibers with anesthetic effect, strong function, low toxicity, and no addiction, but the skin, mucous membrane penetration force is weak, not suitable for surface anesthesia, clinically used to infiltration, spine and conduction anesthesia.

 

Procaine HCl Usage
Procaine hydrochloride is a kind of local anesthetics, for local anesthesia, nerve block etc, can block the conduction of nerve fibers with anesthetic effect, strong function, low toxicity, and no addiction,

but the skin, mucous membrane penetration force is weak, not suitable for surface anesthesia, clinically used to infiltration, spine and conduction anesthesia.

Procaine Hydrochloride

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