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Articaine hydrochloride CAS 23964-57-0

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Chemical & Physical Properties Common Name Articaine hydrochloride CAS Number 23964-57-0 Purity 99% Molecular Weight 320.835 Density 1.178 g/cm3 Boiling Point 440.6ºC at 760 mmHg Molecular Formula C13H21ClN2O3S Melting Point 177-178° Flash Point 220.3ºC Packing 1kg/Aluminum foil bag, inner double plastic bags 25kg/Fiber drum, inner double plastic bags Shipping way  1. Ship by DHL/ FedEx/ UPS/EMS 2. Ship by special line if you can not make clearance when goods reach your customs 3. Ship by...


  • MOQ: 10g
  • Density: 1.4±0.1 g/cm3
  • Boiling Point: 334.2ºC at 760mmHg
  • Melting Point : 150-164?C (dec.)
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    Chemical & Physical Properties

    Common Name Articaine hydrochloride

    CAS Number 23964-57-0

    Purity 99%

    Molecular Weight 320.835

    Density 1.178 g/cm3

    Boiling Point 440.6ºC at 760 mmHg

    Molecular Formula C13H21ClN2O3S

    Melting Point 177-178°

    Flash Point 220.3ºC

    Packing
    1kg/Aluminum foil bag, inner double plastic bags

    25kg/Fiber drum, inner double plastic bags

    Shipping way 

    1. Ship by DHL/ FedEx/ UPS/EMS
    2. Ship by special line if you can not make clearance when goods reach your customs
    3. Ship by air/ sea

    Use of Articaine hydrochloride

    ArticaineHydrochloride is a dental local anesthetic.Target: OthersArticaine Hydrochloride is a dental local anesthetic. Articaine: VAS (Visual Analogue Scale) scores (from 0 to 10 cm) by patients 4 to < 13 years of age are 0.5 for simple procedures and 1.1 for complex procedures, and average investigator scores are 0.4 and 0.6 for simple and complex procedures, respectively. No serious adverse events related to the articaine occurres, the only adverse event considered related to articaine is accidental lip injury in one patient [1]. Articaine results in success rate of 64.5% in electronic pulp testing in healthy adult volunteers injected with 4% articaine. Articaine infiltration produces significantly more episodes of no response to maximum stimulation in first molars than lidocaine. Mandibular buccal infiltration is more effective with 4% articaine with epinephrine compared to 2% lidocaine with epinephrine [2]. Articaine formulation results in successful pulpal anesthesia ranged from 75 to 92 percent and onset of pulpal anesthesia ranged from 4.2 to 4.7 minutes in healthy volunteer. For articaine, 4 percent (two of 56) of the subjects reported swelling and no subjects reported bruising. Ninety-eight percent (59 of 60) of the subjects had lip numbness with the articaine solution [3].


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