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Calgel Gel

Calgel Gel (Lidocaine/ Cetylpyridinium Chloride) is used to alleviate pain associated with teething.
US Brand Name Calgel
Generic Name Lidocaine
Other Brand Name Calgel
Packing 1
Manufacturer GSK
Form Gel
Strength 0.33% x 20gm

  • 0.33% x 20gm Gel $5.37
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Lidocaine is used for local anesthesia (numb tissues in a specific area)

How it Works

Lidocaine works by stopping sodium from entering the nerve endings at the site of pain, Pain is caused by the stimulation of pain receptors at the ends of nerves, this causes sodium to enter nerve endings which then causes an electrical signal to build up in the nerve. This electrical signal then passes along the nerve to the brain and interpreted as pain. When lignocaine stops sodium from entering the nerve endings it temporarily blocks the pathway of pain signals along nerves to the brain thus temporarily numbing the local tissue in that area.

Common Side effects

Patients who take Lidocaine may suffer from such side effects;

Feeling sick and vomiting,
Blurred vision,
Shaking, usually of the hands (tremor),
Seizures (convulsions),
Pins and needles (paraesthesia),
Sensation of ringing, or other noise in the ears (tinnitus), or increased sensitivity to noise,
Low blood pressure (hypotension),
Slow heart rate (bradycardia),
Shortness of breath,
Slow, shallow breathing (respiratory depression),