reformulated-buffered-lidocaine-epinephrine
To place an order

 

Buffered Lidocaine 1% and Epinephrine 30 mcg

(1:100,000, 10 mcg/ml in Sodium Chloride Solution), 3 ml fill, 3 ml Syringe

Take the pain out of making and using local anesthesia

  • Lidocaine and epinephrine with sodium bicarbonate is recommended to decrease the pain of delivery by subcutaneous and intradermal infiltration1
  • Buffering with sodium bicarbonate raises the pH to a more physiologic range and reduces stinging relative to unbuffered formulation2
  • Ready-to-administer syringe can help:
    • Eliminate the need to compound and buffer lidocaine in-house
    • Advanced patient safety when obtained from QuVa Pharma, a registered 503B facility3
  • 2 standard concentrations
    • Buffered Lidocaine 0.5% : Epinephrine 30mcg (1:100,000, 10 mcg/ml) in Sodium Chloride Solution, 3 ml fill, 3 ml Syringe
    • Buffered Lidocaine 1% : Epinephrine 30mcg (1:100,000, 10 mcg/ml) in Sodium Chloride Solution, 3 ml fill, 3 ml Syringe
PRODUCT #
PRODUCT DESCRIPTION
PRODUCT SOURCE
BUD
(DAYS)
CASE
QUANTITY
70092166243
Buffered Lidocaine 0.5% and Epinephrine 30 mcg (1:100,000, 10 mcg/ml in Sodium Chloride Solution), 3 ml fill, 3 ml Syringe
Refrigerated
45
3
70092166343
Buffered Lidocaine 1% and Epinephrine 30 mcg (1:100,000, 10 mcg/ml) in Sodium Chloride Solution, 3 ml fill, 3 ml Syringe
Refrigerated
45
3

Be Ready to More Easily
Support Your Dermatology
Department!

Mohs-Injection-Skin-Cancer-Mole-iStock-1297553950

1Vent, Alexandra. “Buffered Lidocaine 1%/Epinephrine…” Journal of the American Academy of Dermatology 83, no. 1 (July 1, 2020): 159–65.

2Christoph, Richard. “Pain Reduction in Local Anesthetic Administration Through pH Buffering.” Annals of Emergency Medicing. (February 17, 1988): 28-30.

3Murrin, Suzanne. “Most Hospitals Obtain Compounded Drugs From Outsourcing Facilities, Which Must Meet FDA Quality Standards.” https://www.oig.hhs.gov/. U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, June 6, 2019.