99%+ Purity Benzocaine Hydrochloride (Benzocaine HCL) CAS : 23239-88-5
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99% CAS 23239-88-5 Local Anesthetic Powder Benzocaine Hydrochloride
Name: Benzocaine hydrochloride
Alias: Benzocaine.HCl; ETHYL 4-AMINOBENZOATE HYDROCHLORIDE;
BENZOCAINE HCL; ethyl 4-aminobenzoate hydrochloride
Appearance:White crystal powder
Melting point: greater than 208 degrees
Loss on drying: ≤0.5%
Residue on ignition: ≤0.1%
Heavy metals: ≤ 10ppm
Benzocaine hydrochloride use
For cosmetic UV absorption, local anesthetics, for the wound, ulcers and hemorrhoids analgesic
Benzocaine Hydrochloride Specifications:
|Characters||A white, crystalline powder or colorless crystals.||A white crystal.|
|Identification||IR should comply with the Reference Standard spectrum.|
UV should comply with the Reference Standard spectrum.
An orange-red precipitate is performed.
|IR complies with the Reference standard spectrum.|
UV complies with the Reference standard spectrum.
An orange-red precipitate is performed.
|Melting range||88 ~92 degree||89.8-90.2degree|
|Loss on Drying||Not more than 1.0%||0.22%|
|Readily carbonizable Substances||The resolution has no more color than Matching Fluid A.||Conform|
|Residue on ignition||Not more than 0.1%||0.02%|
|Heavy metals||Not more than 0.001%||Conform|
Benzocaine Hydrochloride Description:
Benzocaine hydrochloride salt is the hydrochloride salt form of the local anesthetic benzocaine, with the same pharmacological effects of benzocaine and weaker effect of anesthesia than procaine. Local absorption is slow with lasting effect. It cannot be used for anesthesia as a result of not being dissolved in water. It can be used for pain relief and anti-itch. Benzocaine hydrochloride is usually made into powder or oil paste and used to heal wounds, ulcers, burns, skin abrasions and hemorrhoids.
Benzocaine Hydrochloride Application:
Benzocaine hydrochloride is an anaesthetic drug, mostly used for application direct to the skin. Benzocaine HCl is a salt modification of benzocaine, formed when benzocaine is complexed with hydrochloric acid. Often, drug salts have enhanced properties compared with the parent compound. For example, benzocaine hydrochloride is more water soluble than benzocaine, making it more appropriate for oral administration.
Benzocaine hydrochloride is the main local anesthesia for pain experienced in the gums, teeth and also for relieving sore throat. Apart from treating oral irritations it is also used to treat otic pain i.e. pain experienced in the ear. Moreover it is incorporated in certain surgical procedures as a local anesthesia. It comes prepared in a variety of ways such as gel, aerosol and paste for otic purposes. Benzocaine spray used to relieve pain in the throat and lining of the mouth is not applicable to children under the age of two unless prescribed by a doctor. The spray is used on patients fitting dentures on their gums to relieve pain. It is important to note that in such cases the spray should not be a long term solution to pain caused by poorly fitted dentures.
Benzocaine Hydrochloride Other Use:.
There are quite a few different uses for Benzocaine hydrochloride , these include :
(1) As an ingredient in cough syrups
(2) To treat cold sores
(3) To treat toothache
(4) To treat irritation from dentures
(5) To treat earache
(6) As a surgical local anesthetic
(7) In condoms used to delay ejaculation
(8) To tranquilize Fish
Benzocaine Hydrochloride Side Effects:
Benzocaine is generally well-tolerated and non-toxic when applied topically as recommended.
However, there have been reports of serious, life-threatening adverse effects (e.g., seizures, coma, irregular heart beat, respiratory depression) with over-application of topical products or when applying topical products that contain high concentrations of benzocaine to the skin.
Over-application of oral anesthetics such as benzocaine can increase the risk of pulmonary aspiration by relaxing the gag-reflex and allowing regurgitated stomach contents or oral secretions to enter the airway. Applying an oral anesthetic and consuming beverages before going to bed can be particularly hazardous.
The topical use of higher concentration (14-20%) benzocaine spray products applied to the mouth or mucous membranes has been found to be a cause of methemoglobinemia, a disorder in which the amount of oxygen carried by the blood is greatly reduced. This side effect is most common in children under 2 years of age. As a result, the FDA has stated that benzocaine products should not be used in children under 2 years of age, unless directed by and supervised by a healthcare professional. Symptoms of methemoglobinemia usually occur within minutes to hours of applying benzocaine, and can occur upon the first-time use or after additional use.