What is Novocain
Approved as Treatment by the FDAProcaine, commonly known as Novocaine, is approved by the FDA for 4 uses including Local Anesthetic Nerve Block and Regional Anesthetic Nerve Block .
When to interrupt dosageThe quantity of Novocain is contingent upon the diagnosed disorder, including Cold Exposure, Regional Analgesia and Ischemic Stroke. The measure can be found in the table below, based on the administration procedure.
Novocain Novel Uses: Which Conditions Have a Clinical Trial Featuring Novocain?28 active studies are currently investigating the potential of Novocain to provide therapeutic relief for Heart attack, Regional Anesthetic Nerve Block and Otalgia.
Patient Q&A Section about novocainThese questions and answers are submitted by anonymous patients, and have not been verified by our internal team.
What does the drug Novocaine do?
"Novocaine is a local anesthetic drug. It numbs a specific part of the body, but does not make the person lose consciousness."
Does Novocain make you loopy?
"Novocaine does not make you feel sleepy, however it does numb tissue. Many patients report feeling sluggish, as if they were tired or a little drunk. Novocaine can cause headaches, but usually not at the doses and locations used in dentistry."
Does Novocain make you high?
"There is no potential for abuse with this anesthetic as it does not have any euphoric or addictive effects, though it can cause increased bleeding due to its ability to dilate blood vessels. A similar anesthetic compound is lidocaine, which was first synthesized in 1943."