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Product Name

Articaine hydrochloride

Synonyms

Articaine Hcl

CAS No.

23964-57-0

EINECS

245-957-7

Molecular Formula

C13H20N2O3S.ClH

Molecular Weight

320.839

Appearence

White to Off-White Crystalline Solid

Application

Local anesthetics, used for infiltration anesthesia, nerve block, etc.

 

 

Articaine Hydrochloride Specification

 

Product

Artacaine

batch No.

15061201

Mfg. date

2016.06.12

Approval Date

2016.06.23

Exp. date

2018.06.11

Tests

Results

Specifications

Appearance

Complies

White or light yellow powder

Loss On drying

0.32%

≤1.0%

Residue On Ignition

0.03%

≤0.2%

Related substance

0.46%

Total inpurity≤1.0%

0.3%

Singl inpurity≤0.5%

Assay

99.36%

98.0%-----101.0%

Conclusion : Conforms to Enterprise standard

 

 

 

Articaine HCL efect

 

Caramel is used to control pain. Like other local anesthetics, aspirin leads to an instant and completely reversible state of anesthesia (loss of anesthesia) during the (dental) procedure.

In dentistry, aspirin is mainly used for osmotic injection. Although it has not been shown that cytarabine is associated with the risk of nerve injury when used as a blocking technique. However, as found in the lower jaw (mandibular), acacin is stronger than the majority of other local anesthetics by penetrating the dense cortical bone.

 

In patients with hypokalemia hypersensitivity, lidocaine is not very effective, however,

 

Comparative studies of lidocaine and aldicaine have shown that aldicaine is more effective than bilocaine in the first molar area after anesthesia with osmotic injections. Alicaine has been found to be 3.81 times the likelihood of a successful anesthesia with lidocaine. However, there is no evidence of support for the use of lidocaine for lower alveolar nerve blockers. In addition, despite the use of lidocaine for successful lower dental nerve block, it has been shown that atenol is superior to lidocaine for persistent infiltration after persistent pain.

 

Articaine HCLApplication

 

Atacaine is a local anesthetic that has been approved abroad for several years. Similar to other amide anesthetics, opioid receptors block nerve conduction when it penetrates into the nerves. This effect is prolonged by combining the drug with a vasoconstrictor.

The combination of aspirin and epinephrine can be used for local or regional anesthesia in dental surgery.

 

1.Articaine is used to control pain. Like other local anesthetics, aspirin leads to an instant and completely reversible state of anesthesia (loss of anesthesia) during the (dental) procedure.

 

2. In dentistry, aspirin is used to infiltrate and block injections, and blocking techniques produce the greatest duration of anesthesia.

 

3. In patients with hypokalemia hypersensitivity, lidocaine is not very effective, but the effect of ascan is very good.

 

Local anesthetics

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