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L.E.T. (Lidocaine, Racepinephrine, Tetracaine) Gels & Solution — Now with Improved Viscosity and Extended BUD

A solution of lidocaine, racepinephrine and tetracaine (L.E.T.) is a topical anesthetic typically used in emergency rooms, pediatric practices, and other urgent care settings. The most common application of L.E.T. is to apply it to open wounds before suturing them1. QuVa dispenses L.E.T. in syringes with doses ranging from 1.5 to 3.0 mL.

QuVa’s new, proprietary process and formulation* improves our L.E.T. gels and solution:

  • 3 viscosities to cover a broad range of application needs
  • Improved viscosity of the Thick Gel provides better adherence at application site 5-6 months
  • Solution is sterile filtered with a 0.22 micron filter prior to addition of gelling agent
  • Contains highly effective antimicrobial preservatives
  • Shelf life of 5-6 months — less waste from expired medications
  • Room temperature storage means L.E.T. can be stored directly in your ED Dispensing Cabinets
  • Ready-to-administer — no weighing, mixing or stirring
  • Patent pending formulation
L.E.T. (Lidocaine, Racepinephrine, Tetracaine) Gel 3 ml fill, 5 ml Topical Syringe
Non Sterile
L.E.T. (Lidocaine, Racepinephrine, Tetracaine) Thick Gel 1.5 ml fill, 3 ml Topical Syringe
Non Sterile
L.E.T. (Lidocaine, Racepinephrine, Tetracaine) Solution 3 ml fill, 5 ml Topical Syringe
Non Sterile

L.E.T. Formulation

L.E.T. consists of a mixture of lidocaine, racepinephrine and tetracaine which is primarily used on lacerations as a topical anesthetic. Lidocaine and tetracaine are both topical anesthetics which help to relieve pain, while the primary purpose of racepinephrine bitartrate is to control superficial bleeding by vessel restriction and to slow down the rate of absorption of the anesthetics.


QuVa’s proprietary process and patent pending formulation provides our L.E.T. products with a range of benefits. The different viscosities allow them to cover a range of application needs. For example, the thick gel provides better adherence at the application site. The longer BUDs reduce the risk of wastage due to expired medication.

Our L.E.T. products are ready to administer, so they don’t require weighing, mixing, or stirring. They can also be stored at room temperature, so you can keep them in an ED med dispensing cabinet. All three of QuVa’s products provide L.E.T. in topical syringes, with 10 syringes per case.


Scale & Capacity to Deliver

QuVa has the capacity to deliver on a large scale, even during shortages. Our 503B cGMP quality management system (QMS) has a proven record of FDA compliance and resiliency. We also have four state-of- the-art facilities with a total area of 300,000 square feet. We are also licensed to ship to all 50 states.


Additional Capabilities

QuVa offers a full portfolio of sterile-to-sterile medications in the following formulations:

  • Bags (bulk and IV)
  • CADD®
  • Syringes (monoject and topical)

Our RFID enabled products help reduce the risk of medication misidentification. Additionally, we offer complimentary pharmacy solutions consulting to help your ICU and OR become even more efficient.

Therapeutic Classes

QuVa’s products include the following therapeutic classes:

  • Anti-infective
  • Anesthesia & OR
  • Cardiovascular
  • General Medicine
  • Labor & Delivery
  • Pain Management

Place an Order

To place an order with QuVa, visit Portal.QuVaPharma.com. Please contact your sales account manager for questions about your order or general product information. You can also contact our customer service department by calling 888.339.0874 or sending a message to Customer.Service@QuV.aPharma.com.

To become a new customer, set up a profile at quvapharma.com/customerprofile. You can view our comprehensive product portfolio by requesting a full product catalog at https://www.quvapharma.com/products-and-services/portfolio.

A partnership with QuVa Pharma helps provide you with a resilient, reliable supply of sterile injectable drugs.



1Randall T. Forsch, MD, MPH. American Academy of Family Physicians. Laceration Repair: A Practical Approach. 2017; 95 (10): 628-636. https://www.aafp.org/afp/2017/0515/p628.html