Nupercainal (Dibucaine)

NUPERCAINAL® Cream NUPERCAINAL® Ointment

Novartis Consumer Health

Dibucaine – Domiphen Bromide

Topical Anesthetic

Indications And Clinical Uses: For the relief of pain and itching in hemorrhoids, anal fissure, abrasions, minor burns, sunburn, chapping, herpes simplex, herpes zoster, insect bites, pruritus. The cream is also indicated for local antisepsis.

Precautions: Not more than 2 tubes of the cream, or 1 tube of the ointment, should be applied within 24 hours to an adult, or one half tube of cream or one quarter tube of ointment to a very young child.

Rectal bleeding may indicate a serious condition. Local medication should not be used until a physician has been consulted. Severe or extensive sunburn can be serious. In such cases, consult a physician promptly.

Adverse Reactions: Increased irritation and sensitivity to dibucaine have been reported in rare instances.

Dosage And Administration: Cream: Apply 3 or 4 times daily.

Ointment: Apply on light dressing or by means of applicator.

Availability And Storage: Cream: Each tube contains: dibucaine 0.5% and domiphen bromide 0.05% in a water washable base. Nonmedicinal ingredients: acetone sodium bisulfite, fragrance, glycerin, potassium hydroxide, stearic acid, triethanolamine and water. Parabens-free. Tubes of 30 g.

Ointment: Each g of ointment contains: dibucaine 1% in a lanolin and petrolatum base. Nonmedicinal ingredients: acetone sodium bisulfite, lanolin, petrolatum and water. Parabens-free. Tubes of 30 g.

NUPERCAINAL® Cream NUPERCAINAL® Ointment Novartis Consumer Health Dibucaine – Domiphen BromideDibucaine Topical Anesthetic

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