lidocaine

Important: The information below refers to medicines available in the United States that contain lidocaine.

Medications containing lidocaine:

lidocaine systemic

Brand names: Xylocaine-MPF, Anestacaine, Lidoject 1, Xylocaine Dental Cartridges
Drug class(es): group I antiarrhythmics, local injectable anesthetics
Lidocaine systemic is used in the treatment of:

lidocaine ophthalmic

Brand names: Akten
Drug class(es): ophthalmic anesthetics
Lidocaine ophthalmic is used in the treatment of:

lidocaine topical

Brand names: Lidoderm, Lidocaine Viscous, Xylocaine Jelly, Lidocream
Drug class(es): topical anesthetics
Lidocaine topical is used in the treatment of:

Multi-ingredient medications containing lidocaine:

aloe vera/collagen/lidocaine topical

Brand names: Regenecare
Drug class(es): topical anesthetics

aloe vera/collagen/lidocaine/sodium hyaluronate topical

Brand names: Regenecare HA
Drug class(es): topical anesthetics

aluminum hydroxide/diphenhydramine/lidocaine/magnesium hydroxide/simethicone topical

Brand names: FIRST Mouthwash BLM
Drug class(es): mouth and throat products
Aluminum hydroxide/diphenhydramine/lidocaine/magnesium hydroxide/simethicone topical is used in the treatment of:

bacitracin/lidocaine/neomycin/polymyxin b topical

Drug class(es): topical antibiotics

benzalkonium chloride/lidocaine topical

Brand names: First Aid Antiseptic, Mercuroclear, A + D Cracked Skin Relief, Dr Scholl's Cracked Heel Relief
Drug class(es): topical anesthetics
Benzalkonium chloride/lidocaine topical is used in the treatment of:

bupivacaine/lidocaine systemic

Brand names: Duocaine

Bupivacaine/lidocaine systemic is used in the treatment of:

capsaicin/lidocaine/menthol/methyl salicylate topical

Brand names: Terocin, LidoPro
Drug class(es): topical anesthetics
Capsaicin/lidocaine/menthol/methyl salicylate topical is used in the treatment of:

ceftriaxone/lidocaine systemic

Brand names: Rocephin IM Convenience Kit
Drug class(es): third generation cephalosporins

chloroxylenol/lidocaine topical

Brand names: Unguentine Plus
Drug class(es): topical anesthetics

dexamethasone/lidocaine systemic

Brand names: Decadron with Xylocaine
Drug class(es): glucocorticoids

diphenhydramine/lidocaine/nystatin topical

Brand names: FIRST BXN Mouthwash
Drug class(es): mouth and throat products

epinephrine/lidocaine systemic

Brand names: Xylocaine with Epinephrine, LidoSite, Xylocaine HCl with Epinephrine, Xylocaine-MPF-Epinephrine
Drug class(es): local injectable anesthetics
Epinephrine/lidocaine systemic is used in the treatment of:

epinephrine/lidocaine/tetracaine topical

Brand names: Lets Kit
Drug class(es): topical anesthetics

hydrocortisone/lidocaine topical

Brand names: AnaMantle HC, Lidocort, Rectacreme HC, LidaMantle HC
Drug class(es): topical anesthetics
Hydrocortisone/lidocaine topical is used in the treatment of:

hydrocortisone/lidocaine/psyllium topical

Brand names: Xyralid RC
Drug class(es): laxatives, topical anesthetics
Hydrocortisone/lidocaine/psyllium topical is used in the treatment of:

ketamine/ketoprofen/lidocaine topical

Brand names: LidoProfen
Drug class(es): topical anesthetics

ketoprofen/lidocaine topical

Drug class(es): topical non-steroidal anti-inflammatories

lidocaine/neomycin/polymyxin b topical

Drug class(es): topical antibiotics

lidocaine/oxytetracycline systemic

Brand names: Terramycin IM
Drug class(es): tetracyclines

lidocaine/potassium chloride systemic

Drug class(es): minerals and electrolytes

lidocaine/prilocaine topical

Brand names: Emla, Emla Anesthetic Disc, Oraqix
Drug class(es): topical anesthetics
Lidocaine/prilocaine topical is used in the treatment of:

lidocaine/sodium bicarbonate systemic

Drug class(es): local injectable anesthetics

lidocaine/tetracaine topical

Brand names: Synera, S-Caine Peel, Pliaglis
Drug class(es): topical anesthetics
Lidocaine/tetracaine topical is used in the treatment of:

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