Lidocaine 2% Injection Local Anesthetic, 100mL
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Lidocaine 2% Injection Local Anesthetic, 100mL for Veterinary Use
Introducing the Lidocaine 2% Injection in a 100mL format, expertly designed for smaller-scale or less frequent veterinary needs. This local anesthetic is effective for dogs, cats, cattle, and horses, providing a versatile solution for various medical procedures. It offers the same rapid and efficient pain relief as its larger counterpart, tailored for convenience in smaller veterinary practices or individual pet care.
Key Benefits for Pets and Livestock
- Quick-Acting Formula: Ensures immediate pain relief for minor veterinary procedures.
- Broad-Spectrum Use: Formulated for dogs, cats, cattle, and horses, making it a versatile option for diverse veterinary needs.
- Compact Size: The 100mL volume is ideal for situations requiring less frequent use.
- Assured Quality: Maintains the high safety and efficacy standards essential for animal health care.
Each mL of the 100mL Lidocaine 2% Injection contains:
- Lidocaine Hydrochloride: 2.0%
- Propylene Glycol: 5.2%
- Sodium Chloride: 0.5%
- Sodium Lactate: 0.5%
- Preservatives: Methylparaben (0.15%), Sodium Metabisulfite (0.10%), Propylparaben (0.03%), Disodium Edetate (0.001%)
- Local or regional anesthesia in various animal species
- Nerve blocks for surgical and diagnostic procedures
- Pain management during minor surgeries in pets and livestock
Contraindications and Safety Information
- Not suitable for animals allergic to lidocaine or other ingredients.
- Exercise caution in animals with existing heart conditions.
Directions for Use
- Cattle and Horses: 5 to 15 mL.
- Dogs and Cats: 1 mL per 10 pounds of body weight.
- Cattle and Horses: 5 to 20 mL.
- Dilute to 0.5% concentration for delicate procedures.
Storage and Handling
Store in a controlled environment between 15°C and 30°C (59°F-86°F).
This drug is restricted to use by or on the order of a licensed veterinarian.
FOR RX ONLY: A valid prescription from a licensed veterinarian is required for dispensing this medication.