EMLA

Active Ingredient(s): Lidocaine + Prilocaine
FDA Approved: * December 30, 1992
Pharm Company: * ASTRAZENECA
Category: Anesthetic

* This drug may consist of multiple approval dates, manufacturers, or distributors. If applicable, they would be listed below under "NDC Database Records".



EMLA Overview

Lidocaine/prilocaine is a eutectic mixture of equal quantities (by weight) of lidocaine and prilocaine. A 5% emulsion preparation, containing 2.5% each of lidocaine/prilocaine, is marketed by APP Pharmaceuticals under the trade name EMLA (an abbreviation for Eutectic Mixture of Local Anesthetics).[1] Contents 1 Eutectic mixture 2 Clinical use 2.1 Indications 2.2 Dosage forms 2.3 Circumcision 3 Compendial status 4 See also 5 References Eutectic mixture Separately, l...

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Details May Include Instructions, Side Effects, Interactions, Etc. Drug monograph is from Wikipedia. All text is available under the terms of the GFDL (GNU Free Documentation License). Source: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lidocaine/prilocaine

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clon gaba keta/emla/amit/diclo/mgcl

I would like to know what is this compound about?? ## Hello, Chirstina! How are you? This is a topical compound used to treat pain, mostly that of the muscles, where such preparations can be readily absorbed. From what you've listed, this contains: Clonazepam: Clonazepam details here. Gabapentin: Gabapentin details here. Ketamine: Ketamine details here. Amitriptyline: Amitriptyline details here. Diclofenac: Diclofenac details here. and EMLA: Lidocaine: Lidocaine details here. Prilocaine: Prilocaine details here. The MGCL stands for magnesium chloride being used in the compound. Since its used topically, there's not usually a lot of side effects, but you may experience skin irritation where it's applied. Is there anything else I can help with? ## I need to have someone get ba...

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Keto Lido Cream

Will this med help with lower back pain, because when I put it on it is not hot? It remains cold... ## Hello, Karen! How are you? There is nothing in this to make it heat up, though some over the counter products like IcyHot do, it isn't necessary to actually relieve pain. Additionally, those products don't actually heat up, anyway, they only stimulate nerve receptors to make it feel as though they do. Is it helping you? ## Hello. My Dr gave. me a compound that consisted of Keto 10%- Amit 3%- Ga 6%- and emla cre #150 and it helps. He gave it to me for my back but I have also used it on my knees, stomach, shoulders and hips, but your Dr has to call it in. Hope this helps. ## I'm supposed to rub a pea-sized amount of Keto/Dex/Lido on the irritation on my back (3 times daily). ...

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Lido Prilo

please help me i cannot afford any meds ## I'm sorry, but this site does not manufacture, nor prescribe any medications, this is an information only website. In addition, there aren't actual assistance programs available for generic medications, you would need your doctor to prescribe the actual name brands. The trade name for this would be EMLA and I can't find any assistance programs for it. Have you tried checking the price with various pharmacies to find the cheapest possible?

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Possible Dosages for this and Related Drugs:

Lidocaine + Prilocaine
  • Cream: 2.5% + 2.5%
  • Disc: 2.5% + 2.5%
  • Film, Extended Release: 2.5% + 2.5%
  • Gel: 2.5% + 2.5%
Note: Above list includes dosages for all drugs with the same combination of active ingredients.

NDC Database Records for EMLA: (4 results)

Sorted by National Drug Code
  • 61874-002 Emla Topical Cream by Actavis Pharma, Inc.
  • 63323-289 Emla Topical Cream by App Pharmaceuticals, LLC
  • 63323-290 Emla Topical Cream by App Pharmaceuticals, LLC
  • 76478-289 Emla Topical Cream by Oak Pharmaceuticals, Inc. (Subsidiary of Akorn, Inc.)

Drugs with one or more similar ingredients: (31 results)

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clon gaba keta/emla/amit/diclo/mgcl
I would like to know what is this compound about?? ## Hello, Chirstina! How are you? This is a topical compound used to ... 2 replies






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