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Pharmaceutical grade Aarticaine HCL Powder For Dental Local Anesthetic CAS 23964-57-0
|Product name||Aarticaine HCL|
What is Aarticaine HCL?
Aarticaine HCL is a dental amide type local anesthetic. Aspirin is used to control pain. Like other local anesthetics, arthritis can cause short, completely reversible anesthesia (loss of sensation) during the (dental) procedure.
In dentistry, altexine is used both for infiltration and blockage, and the blocking technique produces the greatest duration of anesthesia. Of patients with hypokalemia who are overly stimulated, lidocaine is not very effective, but adeficin is effective.
Comparative studies of lidocaine and aldicaine have found that adriptone is more effective in bilocaine in the first molar area after anesthesia in the case of osmotic injection. As with lidocaine, the possibility of successful anesthesia was as high as 3.81 times. However, there is no evidence to support the use of lidocaine for lower alveolar nerve blockers. In addition, despite the successful use of lidocaine for poor dental nerve blockade, it has been shown that aldicaine is superior to the use of supplemental infiltration of persistent pain after lidocaine.
Articaine HCL is a dental local anesthetic. It is the most widely used local anesthetic in many European countries and can be used in many countries around the world. The amide structure of aldicaine is similar to that of other local anesthetics, but its molecular structure differs depending on the presence of the thiophene ring rather than the benzene ring. Atacaine is special because it contains additional ester groups that are metabolized by the esterase in the blood and tissue.
Aarticaine HCL is a local anesthetic that has been approved overseas for many years. Like 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, such as adrenaline.
The combination of opioid and adrenaline can be used for local or regional anesthesia in dental surgery. The anesthesia begins in six minutes and lasts for an hour. The half-life of the artic is about 1.8 hours. It is metabolized and then excreted mainly in the urine.
The application of procaine leads to inhibition of neuronal activity. Depression causes the nervous system to become allergic, causing anxiety and vibration, resulting in mild to severe convulsions. Studies of animals have shown that the use of procaine LEDs increases dopamine and serotonin levels in the brain. Other problems may vary due to individual tolerance to procaine dose. Central nervous system excitation can cause tension and dizziness, if excessive coordination may lead to respiratory failure. Procaine may also cause myocardial weakness leading to cardiac arrest.
procaine can also cause allergic reactions, leading to individual problems of breathing, rash and swelling. The allergic reaction to procaine is usually not against procaine itself, but its metabolite PABA. About one of about 3,000 people has an atypical form of pseudobase esterase, which does not require hydrolysis of ester anesthetics such as procaine, resulting in increased levels of narcotics in the blood and increased toxicity.
Aarticaine HCL Powder:
|CAS: 73-78-9||lidocaine hydrochloride|
|CAS: 137-58-6||Linocaine Base|
|CAS: 23239-88-5||Benzocaine hydrochloride|
|CAS: 51-05-8||Procaine hydrochloride|
|CAS: 721-50-6||Prilocaine hydrochloride|
|CAS: 5875-6-9||Proparacaine hydrochloride|
|CAS: 637-58-1||Pramoxine hydrochloride|
|CAS: 614-39-1||Procainamide hydrochloride|
|CAS: 98717-15-8||Ropivacaine hydrochloride|
|CAS: 23964-57-0||Articaine hydrochloride|
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