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Dyclonine Brand names, Dyclonine Analogs

Dyclonine Brand Names Mixture

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Dyclonine Chemical_Formula


Dyclonine RX_link

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Dyclonine fda sheet

Dyclonine msds (material safety sheet)

Dyclonine MSDS

Dyclonine Synthesis Reference

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Dyclonine Molecular Weight

289.413 g/mol

Dyclonine Melting Point

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Dyclonine H2O Solubility

Soluble (HCl salt)

Dyclonine State


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Dyclonine Dosage Forms

Aerosol (with propellants); Lozenge; Spray; Topical solution

Dyclonine Indication

Used to provide topical anesthesia of accessible mucous membranes prior to examination, endoscopy or instrumentation, or other procedures involving the esophagus, larynx, mouth, pharynx or throat, respiratory tract or trachea, urinary tract, or vagina. Also used to suppress the gag reflex and/or other laryngeal and esophageal reflexes to facilitate dental examination or procedures (including oral surgery), endoscopy, or intubation. Also used for relief of canker sores, cold sores or fever blister.

Dyclonine Pharmacology

Dyclonine is an oral anasthetic. If substantial quantities of local anesthetics are absorbed through the mucosa, actions on the central nervous system (CNS) may cause CNS stimulation and/or CNS depression. Actions on the cardiovascular system may cause depression of cardiac conduction and excitability and, with some of these agents, peripheral vasodilation.

Dyclonine Absorption

Readily absorbed through mucous membranes into the systemic circulation. The rate of absorption is influenced by the vascularity or rate of blood flow at the site of application, the total dosage (concentration and volume) administered, and the duration of exposure. Absorption from mucous membranes of the throat or respiratory tract may be especially rapid.

Dyclonine side effects and Toxicity

Symptoms of overdose include cardiovascular system depression, CNS toxicity, and methemoglobinemia.

Dyclonine Patient Information

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Dyclonine Organisms Affected

Humans and other mammals