Generic name: lidocaine hydrochloride and epinephrine
Dosage form: Topical Iontophoretic Patch and Controller
Medically reviewed by Drugs.com. Last updated on Sep 2, 2019.
LidoSite™ Controller can only be used with the LidoSite™ Patch as the complete LidoSite™ System, and LidoSite™ Patches should only be used with a LidoSite™ Controller.
LidoSite™ System should be applied only by a health care practitioner in a health care setting.
One LidoSite™ Patch is to be used with one LidoSite™ Controller. Do not use a damaged or altered patch. To administer, see the “LidoSite™ Topical System Instructions” contained in this package insert. Following iontophoresis and patch removal, the treatment site should be cleansed according to standard practice prior to the medical procedure. Disinfecting agents containing heavy metal ions (mercury, zinc, copper, etc.) should not be used for skin disinfection prior to iontophoresis as they have been associated with swelling and edema.
LidoSite™ Controller should not be subjected to any sterilization procedure.
LidoSite™ Controller should be disposed of in a trash receptacle.
|Recommended Dose:||Each iontophoretic treatment delivers lidocaine and epinephrine at the 5-cm2 site below the circular reservoir. Only one LidoSite™ Patch should be used at a time.|
|Treatment Duration:||Current delivery lasts for 10 minutes following actuation of the LidoSite™ Controller. In clinical studies the medical procedure was initiated within 10 minutes of patch removal.|
|Patch Disposal:||LidoSite™ Patch should be disposed of as medical waste.|
|Storage Conditions:||Store LidoSite™ Patches at controlled room temperature (20°C-25°C; 68°F-77°F).|
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- Drug class: local injectable anesthetics
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