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EmLa Cream 5% 30g

product classification:
Pharmacy Medicine

Style number: 719757

Brand:
EmLa
Gender:
Adult
Health Conditions:
Anaesthetic
EmLa Cream 5% 30g

    NZD$74.90

    gst NZD$9.77

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    Description

    EMLA cream is used as a topical anaesthesia of the skin before needle puncture, insertion of IV catheters, blood sampling and for minor skin surgery.

    is a mixture of two local anaesthetics, lignocaine and prilocaine. These local anaesthetics are combined with special agents which allow the products to pass through the skin. Once through the skin the numbing effect they produce allows minor surgical procedures to be done without you feeling any pain. However you may still experience sensations such as pressure and touch in this area.

    Directions

    For use as a local anaesthetic, apply a thick layer of cream to skin, under an occlusive dressing. For leg ulcer debridement, apply a thick layer of the cream, up to a total of 10 g to the leg ulcer(s), cover with an occlusive dressing and leave for 30-60 minutes. Cleansing should start without delay after removal of the cream.

    Ingredients

    Lignocaine 2.5% /Prilocaine 2.5%

    Warnings

    Do not apply near eyes.
    Not to be used on broken skin

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    Medicines have benefits and some have risks. Always read the label carefully and use strictly as directed. If symptoms persist or you have side effects please consult your doctor, pharmacist or healthcare professional. Vitamins are supplementary to and not a replacement for a balanced diet.