Loxicard Injection is a local anesthetic. It is used during minor surgical procedures such as dental, oral, diagnostic, or other therapeutic procedures to anesthetize or numb the surgical area.
Loxicard Injection must be administered by healthcare professionals. It blocks the pain signals to reach the brain by temporarily numbing the surgical area and helps to perform a painless procedure.
This medicine is generally safe with little or no side effects. However, it may cause injection site reactions, such as pain, swelling, and redness, in some people.
These are usually mild and short-lived. If the numbness or other side effects persist at the injection site, consult your doctor without any delay.
Before using Loxicard 2Injection , it is very important to tell your doctor if you have any underlying heart disease or are taking medicines for heart rhythm problems.
Ask your doctor for advice if you are pregnant or breastfeeding. Also, the medicine may cause dizziness. So avoid driving or operating heavy machinery while on medication. click here : Loxicard
USES OF LOXICARD
- Local anesthesia (Numb tissues in a specific area)
BENEFITS OF LOXICARD
In Local anesthesia (Numb tissues in a specific area)
SIDE EFFECTS OF LOXICARD
Common side effects
- Injection site reactions (pain, swelling, redness)
HOW TO USE LOXICARD
HOW LOXICARD WORKS
Q. How long does the effect of Injection lasts?
Q. Is Injection injection painful?
Q. Who should not be given Injection ?
should not be given to patients who are allergic to it, have decreased blood volume (hypovolemia), or complete heart block.
If the solution also contains adrenaline, it should not be injected into a vein or used in areas such as fingers, toes, ears, nose or penis, as the blood supply to these areas may not be sufficient.
Q. Can Injection be abused?
No, abuse of Injection has not been observed yet. There are very rare reports of Loxicard injection causing any euphoric effect.
However, it may cause some psychotic reactions such as fear from death, doom anxiety, and delirium. These are short-lasting and generally disappear after the effect of injection is over.