Parcaine Ophthalmic

Active Ingredient(s): Proparacaine
Category: Anesthetic



Parcaine Ophthalmic Overview

Proxymetacaine (INN) or proparacaine (USAN) is a topical anesthetic drug of the aminoester group. Contents 1 Clinical pharmacology 2 Mechanism of action 3 Indications and usage 4 Warnings 5 How supplied 6 References Clinical pharmacology Proxymetacaine is a local anesthetic which on topical application penetrates sensory nerve endings in the corneal tissue.[1] Mechanism of action Proxymetacaine is believed to act as an antagonist on voltage-gated sodium channels to...

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Possible Dosages for this and Related Drugs:

Proparacaine
  • Solution: 0.5%
  • Solution/drops: 0.5%, 0.50%
Note: Above list includes dosages for all drugs with the same combination of active ingredients.

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