Benzocaine is also called amino ethyl benzoate, a colorless or white orthorhombic needle-like crystals or crystalline powder. Benzocaine hydrochloride salt is the hydrochloride salt form of the local anesthetic benzocaine, with the same pharmacological effects of benzocaine and weaker effect of anesthesia than procaine. Local absorption is slow with lasting effect. It cannot be used for anesthesia as a result of not being dissolved in water. It can be used for pain relief and anti-itch. Benzocaine hydrochloride is usually made into powder or oil paste and used to heal wounds, ulcers, burns, skin abrasions and hemorrhoids.
Benzocaine HCL works by creating a chemical barrier that halts the build-up of sodium, which accumulates as the nerve endings are stimulated by pain. When sodium builds up, electrical signals also build in the nerve endings. These are eventually transmitted to the brain, which interprets the signals as pain.
Benzocaine hydrochloride is usually made into powder or oil paste and used to heal wounds, ulcers, burns, skin abrasions and hemorrhoids.
There are quite a few different uses for Benzocaine, these include:
As an ingredient in cough syrups
To treat cold sores
To treat toothache
To treat irritation from dentures
To treat earache
As a surgical local anesthetic
In condoms used to delay ejaculation
To tranquilize Fish
Benzocaine vs Benzocaine HCL
Benzocaine is an anaesthetic drug, mostly used for application direct to the skin. Benzocaine HCl is a salt modification of benzocaine, formed when benzocaine is complexed with hydrochloric acid. Often, drug salts have enhanced properties compared with the parent compound. For example, benzocaine hydrochloride is more water soluble than benzocaine, making it more appropriate for oral administration.
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