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    Exact matches for lidocaine

    Drug NameType
    1. lidocaineRx
    2. lidocaine topicalRx / OTC
    LIDOCAINE - TOPICALRx / OTC
    LIDOCAINE OINTMENT - TOPICAL, MUCOUS MEMBRANERx / OTC
    LIDOCAINE PATCH - TOPICALRx / OTC

    Matches containing lidocaine

    Drug NameType
    1. lidocaine (PF) in dextrose 7.5 % intrathecalRx
    2. lidocaine (bulk)Rx
    3. lidocaine (PF) injectionRx
    4. lidocaine (PF) intravenousRx
    5. lidocaine (PF) ophthalmicRx
    6. Lidocaine BaseRx
    7. lidocaine buffered with 8.4 % sodium bicarbonate injectionRx
    8. lidocaine HCl (bulk)Rx
    9. lidocaine HCl in 0.9 % sodium chloride (PF) injectionRx
    10. lidocaine HCl intradermalRx
    11. lidocaine HCl mucous membraneRx
    12. lidocaine HCl topicalRx / OTC
    13. lidocaine HCl-benzalkonium topicalOTC
    14. lidocaine HCl-benzethonium Cl topicalOTC
    15. lidocaine in 5 % dextrose (PF) intravenousRx
    16. lidocaine in 5 % dextrose intravenousRx
    17. lidocaine in 7.5 % glucose injectionRx
    18. lidocaine in dextrose 7.5 % injectionRx
    19. lidocaine injectionRx
    20. lidocaine intramuscularRx
    21. lidocaine intravenousRx
    22. Lidocaine Viscous mucous membraneRx
    23. lidocaine-8.4% sod bicarb in 0.9 % sodium Cl injectionRx
    24. lidocaine-aloe vera topicalOTC
    25. lidocaine-benzalkonium-alcohol topicalOTC
    26. lidocaine-benzalkonium-isopropyl alcohol topicalOTC
    27. lidocaine-benzethonium Cl topicalOTC
    28. lidocaine-capsaicin topicalOTC
    29. lidocaine-chloroxylenol-phenol topicalOTC
    30. lidocaine-collagen topicalRx
    31. lidocaine-epi buffered w/8.4% sod bicarb injectionRx
    32. lidocaine-epinephrine (PF) injectionRx
    33. lidocaine-epinephrine bitartrate injectionRx
    34. lidocaine-epinephrine injectionRx
    35. lidocaine-epinephrine topicalRx
    36. Lidocaine-HC topicalRx
    37. lidocaine-hyaluronic ac-aloe vera-collagen topicalOTC
    38. lidocaine-hydrocortisone rectalRx
    39. lidocaine-hydrocortisone topicalRx
    40. lidocaine-hydrocortisone-aloe vera rectalRx
    41. lidocaine-hydrocortisone-psylliumRx
    42. lidocaine-menthol-aloe vera topicalOTC
    43. lidocaine-methyl sal-capsaicin-menthol topicalOTC
    44. lidocaine-prilocaine topicalRx
    45. lidocaine-tetracaine topicalRx
    46. lidocaine-transparent dressing topicalOTC
    47. lidocaine-vit E-aloe vera-coll topicalRx
    48. lidocaine-vitamin E acetate-tea tree oil topicalOTC

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