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Local anaesthesia; parenterally for the acute treatment of ventricular arrhythmias occurring after myocardial infarction or during cardiac procedures such as cardiac surgery or cardiac catheterization; drug of choice for the treatment of ventricular premature contractions [VPCs] associated with myocardial infarction; status epilepticus as a last resort.
Local Anaesthesia: use the lowest dose needed to provide effective anaesthesia.Adults: the dose not greater than 200 mg. For spinal anaesthesia not greater than 100 mg. Children:the dose not more than 3mg/kg. Use in Cardiac Arrhythmias -Adults: 50 -100 mg IV at a rate of about 25-50 mg per minute. No more than 200 - 300 mg within 1 hr
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Name Form. Strength Pack Price Insert Manufacturer Distributor
Lox. Inj 2%: 30mL 1 KES45.00
Lidocaine_Lincoln inj 2%:30mL 25 KES750.00
Lidocaine_Lincoln inj., with adrenaline 30mL 1 KES1,200.00
Lignocaine_Sarabhai inj 2%:30mL 1 KES27.00
Anasica with adrenaline inj 2%:30mL 1 KES40.00
Jasocaine Inj 2%:20mL 1 KES208.00
Jasocaine Inj 2%:30mL 1 KES232.00
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