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the solution is not maintained accordingly. 17 The storage requirement for proparacaine ophthalmic solution is difficult to maintain in certain clinical situations and when traveling to evaluate patients in the field. Formulations of bupivacaine

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% or 2% lidocaine solution can yield adverse effects in the anterior aspect of the eye. Bupivacaine, another type of local anesthetic that has a theoretically longer duration than does lidocaine, has been compared with lidocaine with regard to efficacy

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. Forstom C . Ophthaine (proparacaine hydrochloride): a local anesthetic for ophthalmic surgery (lett) . Vet Rec 1964 ; 76 : 385 . 4. Liu JC Steinemann TL McDonald MB , Topical bupivacaine and proparacaine: a comparison of toxicity, onset

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visual acuity after intracameral lidocaine injection . J Cataract Refract Surg 1997 ; 23 : 957 – 958 . 10.1016/S0886-3350(97)80261-1 34. Liang C Peyman GA Sun G . Toxicity of intraocular lidocaine and bupivacaine . Am J Ophthalmol 1998

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anesthetics and the amides as injectable local anesthetics, although amide-type anesthetic agents such as lidocaine and bupivacaine have been recommended for topical ocular application in humans 8 and horses. 9 Commonly used topical ophthalmic anesthetics

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-Bonnet aesthesiometer in clinically normal horses . Am J Vet Res 2008 ; 69 : 1655 – 1658 . 10.2460/ajvr.69.12.1655 11. Liu JC Steinemann TL McDonald MB , et al . Topical bupivacaine and proparacaine: a comparison of toxicity, onset of action, and

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