Introduction of Lidodent Injection
Lidocaine exerts local anaesthetic action by stabilizing the neuronal membrane by blocking the ionic fluxes necessary for the initiation and conduction of nerve impulses.
The onset of each of the two forms of lidocaine hydrochloride and epinephrine injection, USP takes less than two minutes on average when used for infiltration anaesthesia in dental patients. A pulp anaesthetic lasting at least 60 minutes is typically achieved with lidocaine HCI 2% and epinephrine 1:50,000 or 1:100,000, whereas a soft tissue anaesthetic lasting roughly 2 12 hours is typical.
The time of onset for both types of lidocaine hydrochloride and epinephrine injection, USP, when used for nerve blocks in dental patients is typically between two and four minutes.
Uses of Lidodent Injection
- Local anesthesia (Numb tissues in a specific area)
Benefits of Lidodent Injection
In Local anesthesia (Numb tissues in a specific area):
Lidodent Injection is a local anesthetic. Your skin becomes numb from it. It functions by obstructing your body’s nerve messages. It will lessen the discomfort that could be brought on by invasive medical procedures like surgery, needle punctures, or the placement of a catheter or breathing tube. It is often highly safe, works very quickly, and is very effective.
Side Effects of Lidodent Injection
Most side effects do not require any medical attention and disappear as your body adjusts to the medicine. Consult your doctor if they persist or if you’re worried about them.
Common side effects of Lidodent
Injection site reactions (pain, swelling, redness)