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Marcaine vs Procaine

Marcaine
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Procaine
Other name: Bupivacaine (Bupivacaine)
Other name: Novocaine (Novocaine)
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Local Anesthetic
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Method of use:
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Bupivacaine (International Nonproprietary Name) is a local anaesthetic drug belonging to the amino amide group. AstraZeneca commonly markets it under various trade names, including Marcain, Marcaine, Sensorcaine and Vivacaine...
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Procaine is a local anesthetic drug of the amino esters group. It is used primarily to reduce the pain of intramuscular injection of penicillin, and it was also used in dentistry. Owing to the ubiquity of the trade name Novocain, in some regions pr...
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Cough
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Bupivacaine (International Nonproprietary Name) is a local anaesthetic drug belonging to the amino amide group. AstraZeneca commonly markets it under various trade names, including Marcain, Marcaine, Sensorcaine and Vivacaine...
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Marcaine
About Procaine
Procaine is a local anesthetic drug of the amino esters group. It is used primarily to reduce the pain of intramuscular injection of penicillin, and it was also used in dentistry. Owing to the ubiquity of the trade name Novocain, in some regions pr...
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Post from
www.aapc.com
the use of lidocaine, marcaine, procaine, xylocaine...
" No. CMS guildelines considers the use of lidocaine, marcaine, procaine, xylocaine or any other \"caine\" as part of the surgical service & is... "

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www.medhelp.org
epi., so I used Procaine or Marcaine for my procedures--at...
" ...or epi., so I used Procaine or Marcaine for my procedures--at the dentist ..., and MANY scans and 2 surgeries later, no sign of cancer has been found. It must have been removed... "

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www.ic-network.com
ike marcaine, lidocaine, tertracaine, and procaine are l...
" Chris, Drugs like marcaine, lidocaine, tertracaine, and procaine are local anestheics for one ...electrical beat has gone funky. Marcaine is often used to numb... "

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pharmer.org
inenitrous oxide is used to he...
" ...ll try to find out all the numbing agents for you edit: lidocaine, xylocaine,novaicaine,procaine,septocaine, an marcaine nitrous oxide is used to help you walk out of the dentist chair... "

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www.aapc.com
njections that have marcaine, procaine, lidocaine which a...
" ...DO does injections that have marcaine, procaine, lidocaine which are basically anesthetic type agents for pain. They are not just muscular, they actually go deeper but not all the way into the... "

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curezone.com
wrong on the procaine and marcaine? He was a crackerjack...
" ...I did some sp. wrong on the procaine and marcaine? He was a crackerjack of a doctor for back manipulation and everything else. I do not know where he got his expertise in natural medicine. He did a... "

the procaine is just local anesthetic,and marcaine...
" ...hurts a lot as they are both non-physiologic. the procaine is just local anesthetic,and marcaine would last a lot... "

\"real\" Novocaine (procaine). Procaine has a MUCH shorter...
" ...in the age of \"real\" Novocaine (procaine). Procaine has a MUCH shorter shelf ...life than current locals (Lidocaine & Marcaine) and when it degraded it ...didn't have expiration dates on drugs, procaine... "

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bonesmart.org
pivacaine (Marcaine) is the local anaesthetic most co...
" ...have been the combination. I have never heard of an allergic reaction to either of these ...As for the spinal/epidurals, bupivacaine (Marcaine) is the local anaesthetic most ...although alternatives such as... "

pt that Novocaine (procaine) was more likely to cause side...
" ...betweent he caines, except that Novocaine (procaine) was more likely to cause ...my life time, I've had lidocaine, procaine, marcaine (bupivicaine) and some other caines... "

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