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Definition of the noun Amethocaine
What does Amethocaine mean as a name of something?
- The drug tetracaine.
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by David Woolfson, Dermot McCafferty
Amethocaine is a long-acting, potent local anaesthetic. Its comparatively slow onset time when administered by injection is not relevant to the percutaneous route. The drug is poorly soluble in water, but solubility increases ...
by T. E. Peck, S. A. Hill
Amethocaine is an ester-linked local anaesthetic, which may cause mild, local histamine release producing local ...
by El-Boghdadly, Imran Ahmad, Bailey
A True B True C False D False E True Amethocaine is an ester local anaesthetic agent that is metabolised predominantly in the plasma by esterases producing the metabolite para-aminobenzoic acid PABA, and is excreted in the kidneys (A).
Anatomy ;Ocular physiology ;Biochemistry and genetics ;Pathology ;Microbiology ;Immunology ;Growth and senescence ;Optics ;Therapeutics ;Lasers and instrument technology ;Basic biostatistical and epidemiological terms (2013)
by Louise Bye, Neil Modi, Miles Stanford
Tetracaine/amethocaine is a potent anaesthetic that ...
by Gary J. Browne, Nicholas Cheng, Mary McCaskill
Amethocaine is a similar topical anaesthetic that is slightly more rapid in action ( 20 to 30 minutes) but it has agreater chanceofproducing a cutaneous reaction ( inflammation), necessitatingitsremoval beforeit has taken effect. Bothare applied to ...
by Dwarkadas K Baheti, Vandana Laheri
Amethocaine is an ester local anesthetic that is more lipophilic than either lignocaine or prilocaine, facilitating its passage across the stratum corneum.
British Surgical Practice (2013)
Abdominal Emergencies to Autonomic Nervous System by Ernest Rock Carling, J. Paterson Ross
Amethocaine is a more recent product of the cocaine group of drugs, and has an action ” which lasts about one and a half times longer than that of procaine hydrochloride (Novocain) (Maxson, 1938a). Mupercaine (Percaine) ...
by Tor Wo Chiu, Andrew Burd
Amethocaine is a potentially toxic ester that is generally only used topically in ophthalmic drops and as Ametop for cannulation sites in children. It has some advantages over EMLA—it is cheaper, quicker acting (30min) and longer lasting, ...
Pain Management (2008)
From Basics to Clinical Practice by John Hughes
Amethocaine is a topical amide local anaesthetic agent. It is a white semi-transparent gel. It should be applied directly to the skin (without rubbing) for its anaesthetic action. It MUST be covered to be ...
Veterinary Anaesthesia (2013)
by Kathy W. Clarke, Cynthia M. Trim
Amethocaine is an ester-linked local anaesthetic which is particularly usefiil for desensitizing mucous membranes. It can be instilled into the conjunctival sac instead of proxymetacaine (proparacaine) and it can also be applied to ...
by Laura Mitchell, David A. Mitchell, Lorna McCaul
Amethocaine is a topical analgesic for use ...
by Charles E. Ray, Jr.
Amethocaine is a 4% tetracaine gel, in use in Europe, Canada, Australia, and New Zealand, although it is not currently FDA approved. Its efficacy may be superior to EMLA in alleviation of pain associated with venipunctures (30). This could be ...
Textbook Of Pharmacology (2008)
Preparation: Chloroprocain Amethocaine (Tetracaine) Amethocaine is a long- acting and potent local anaesthetic. It is effective when applied topically and tetracaine is rarely used in peripheral nerve blocks because of its slow onset and ...
Black's Medical Dictionary (2005)
by Bloomsbury Publishing
Amethocaine is used in ophthalmology and ...
by Jean-Pierre Lepoittevin, Christophe J. Coz
Amethocaine Pantocaine,Tetracaine CAS Registry Number [136–47–0] Amethocaine is a local anesthetic used in dental surgery. It was reported as an agent of contact dermatitis in dentists or dental nurses, ...
by Elizabeth Martin
amethocaine. n. see TETRACAINE. ametropia. n. any abnormality of *refraction of the eye, resulting in blurring of the image formed on the retina. See ASTIGMATISM, HYPERMETROPIA, MYOPIA. Compare EMMETROPIA. amfebutamone.
by Harvey Marcovitch
Amethocaine An effective local anaesthetic for topical (surface) application. Used in ophthalmology and in skin preparations, it may sensitise the skin. (See ANAESTHESIA.) ...
A Dictionary of Dentistry (2010)
by Robert Ireland
(amethocaine). gel. n. The trade name for a topical analgesic with 4% tetracaine (amethocaine) as the active ingredient. It is used on the skin prior to venepuncture or venous cannulation, especially in children and anxious patients.
by Guenter Kahl
Tetracycline (Tc; amethocaine) 2351 whereas type II PRMTs monomethylate and symmetrically dimethylate arginines. Such posttranslational modifications alter cellular localization, including nuclear export of methylated EWS.
by John A. Simpson, E. S. C. Weiner
amethocaine (ae'meBaokem), n. Pharm. [f. ametho- (perh. f. Gr. due'G- vo'ros not drunken (see AMETHYST n.) + -01, or a blend of METHYL n. and ...
Properties and Synonyms by I.K. Morton, Judith M. Hall
Ametop" = amethocaine. amezinium metilsulfate [[NN] is a SYMPATHOMIMETIC and hypertensive formerly used in the treatment of hypotensive states. amfebutamone = bupropion. amfenac (BAN, 1NN] (amfenac sodium (JAN, USAN] ; AHR ...
A Dictionary of Nursing (2014)
by Market House Books
amethocaine [a ̆-meth-o ̆- kayn] n.
by Michael T. Murray, Joseph Pizzorno
In a double-blind outpatient trial, one group from Israel studied 171 children ages 5 to 18 who were randomly assigned to re- ceive treatment with naturopathic herbal extract ear drops or anesthetic ear drops (amethocaine and phenazone), ...
A Dictionary of Biomedicine (2010)
by John Lackie
tetracaine (amethocaine) A potent local anaesthetic. Used experimentally to inhibit the *ryanodine receptor. tetracyclines A group of antibiotics produced by Strepomyces spp., effective against a wide range of bacteria.
by Michel Millodot
amethocaine hydrochloride See tetracaine. ametrope Person who has ametropia. ametropia Anomaly of the refractive state of the eye in which, with relaxed accommodation, HEM Fig. A8 Emmetropia E, axial ...
Mosby's Dictionary of Medicine, Nursing and Health Professions - Australian & New Zealand Edition (2014)
by Peter Harris, Sue Nagy, Nicholas Vardaxis
amethocaine hydrochloride, a local anaesthetic used in the form of eyedrops. ametropia /amމitrǀމpƝāۑ/ [Gk, ametros, irregular, opsis, sight], a condition characterised by an optical defect involving an error of ...
by William Andrew Publishing
ethyl ester monohydrochloride Common Name: Tetracaine hydrochloride; Amethocaine hydrochloride; Dicaine Chemical Abstracts ...
by Peter J. Gosling
amethocaine hydrochloride ( pharmacology) A local anaesthetic drug administered by topical application, to treat localised pain and irritation and in ophthalmic treatments. amide (chemistry) Member of ...
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