Systemic exposure to lidocaine and tetracaine is low after an application of a lidocaine 7%-tetracaine 7% peel in adults.

@article{Ogden2008SystemicET,
  title={Systemic exposure to lidocaine and tetracaine is low after an application of a lidocaine 7%-tetracaine 7% peel in adults.},
  author={L Lazarre Ogden and Georgette Love and Susan V Basta},
  journal={International journal of dermatology},
  year={2008},
  volume={47 1},
  pages={87-90}
}
BACKGROUND The lidocaine 7%-tetracaine 7% (LT) peel has been demonstrated to be useful for a variety of dermatologic applications, including cosmetic, laser, and vascular access procedures. Aim To measure and evaluate the detectable plasma levels and safety of lidocaine and tetracaine in adult volunteers after a single application of an LT peel, a novel method of topical anesthesia that does not require occlusion. METHODS A randomized, factorial design study was used to evaluate the… CONTINUE READING

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