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Otic anesthetics

What are Otic anesthetics?

Otic anesthetics are agents that act locally to relieve pain in the ears. Some of these agents are available with other medicines such as analgesics, decongestants, etc. They are generally available as ear drops.

List of Otic anesthetics:

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Drug Name Avg. Rating Reviews
A / B Otic
Generic name: antipyrine / benzocaine
10
2 reviews
Uni-Otic
Generic name: chloroxylenol / pramoxine
No reviews
Pramotic
Generic name: chloroxylenol / pramoxine
No reviews
Pinnacaine
Generic name: benzocaine
No reviews
Otozin (Pro)
Generic name: antipyrine / benzocaine / zinc acetate
No reviews
Oticin
Generic name: chloroxylenol / pramoxine
No reviews
Otic Edge
Generic name: acetic acid/antipyrine/benzocaine/polycosanol
No reviews
Neotic
Generic name: antipyrine / benzocaine / zinc acetate
No reviews
Dolotic
Generic name: antipyrine / benzocaine
No reviews
Chlorphenylcaine
Generic name: antipyrine/benzocaine/phenylephrine
No reviews
Benzotic
Generic name: benzocaine
No reviews
Auroto
Generic name: antipyrine / benzocaine
No reviews
Aurodex (Pro)
Generic name: antipyrine / benzocaine
No reviews
Aurax
Generic name: antipyrine / benzocaine
No reviews
For ratings, users were asked how effective they found the medicine while considering positive/adverse effects and ease of use (1 = not effective, 10 = most effective).

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Further information

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