Benzocaine hydrochloride CAS 23239-88-5
Benzocaine hydrochloride is a topical anesthetic that works by blocking the propagation of nerve fibers on the nerve endings. It can be added to cosmetics to help absorb UV rays. It can be used for local anesthesia to relieve pain on wounds, ulcers, hemorrhoids and other affected areas.
Benzocaine hydrochloride is the hydrochloride form of local anesthetic benzocaine, and its pharmacological effect is the same as that of benzocaine, but its anesthetic effect is weaker than that of procaine. When used on the affected area, the local absorption rate is relatively slow, but it can be used for a long time. It is insoluble in water and therefore cannot be used as an infiltration anesthetic. Benzocaine hydrochloride not only has the effect of pain relief, but also can be used to relieve itching. The existing form of medicine is usually made into powder or ointment, which is mostly used to treat wounds, ulcers, burns, skin abrasions and hemorrhoids.
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