Cocaine Hydrochloride Topical Solution
- Generic Name: cocaine hydrochloride topical solution
- Brand Name: Cocaine
DOSAGES OF COCAINE SHOULD BE GIVEN AS FOLLOWS:
Dosage Forms & Strengths
Topical solution: Schedule II
- 4% (pediatric and adult strength)
Dosage Considerations for Topical Anesthesia
As local anesthetic for accessible mucous membranes (oral, nasal and laryngeal)
1-10% solution: Use lowest dose necessary to produce adequate anesthesia.
Do not exceed 3 mg/kg or 300 mg.
Dosage variables include tissue vascularity, anesthetic technique and patient tolerance.
Reduce dose for elderly or debilitated patients.
Administer using cotton applicators or packs, instilled into a cavity, or as a spray.
Apply only on mucous membranes of mouth, laryngeal, or nasal cavities.
The fatal dose of cocaine has been approximated at 1.2 g., although severe toxic effects have been reported from doses as low as 20 mg.
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Cocaine acts as a local anesthetic by blocking conduction of nerve impulses. Topical preparations of cocaine hydrochloride are applied to the lining of the mouth, nose, and throat prior to certain surgical procedures as a local anesthetic to numb the area. Numbing the surrounding area(s) allows certain types of surgical procedures without causing pain or discomfort to the patient. Although cocaine works very well to provide local aesthetic effects, the risk for abuse and severe local vasoconstriction (narrowing of the blood vessels) prevents its widespread clinical use. Cocaine is a schedule II controlled substance, which means that it has a high potential for abuse. However, cocaine can be prescribed by a doctor to be used as a local anesthetic in certain cases of eye, ear, or throat surgeries.
Cocaine is a naturally occurring chemical found in the leaves of Erythroxylum coca or coca plant, which is native to South America. Coca leaves have been used and abused for hundreds of years. Cocaine is a highly addictive stimulant drug that directly affects the nervous system, including the brain. Effects of cocaine include short-term euphoria, energy, talkativeness, and it may cause dangerous increases in heart rate and blood pressure.
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WHAT ARE WARNINGS AND PRECAUTIONS FOR COCAINE?
This medication contains cocaine. Do not take cocaine if you are allergic to cocaine or any ingredients contained in this drug.
Keep out of reach of children. In case of overdose, get medical help or contact a Poison Control Center immediately.
Hypersensitivity to ester-type local anesthetics, para-aminobenzoic acid (PABA), or parabens
Ophthalmologic anesthesia (causing sloughing of the corneal epithelium)
Effects of Drug Abuse
User may develop tolerance if this drug is used as a sedative/hypnotic.
Do not administer parenterally or apply to eye.
Do not dilute with epinephrine for topical application as “cocaine mud.”
Serious toxic effects (eg, seizures, cardiac death) have been described in people following topical cocaine application used to anesthetize minor skin lacerations, especially on the face or scalp (eg, TAC [tetracaine 0.5%, epinephrine (Adrenalin) 1:2000, and cocaine 11.8%]); this risk is greater in pediatrics.
Use caution in patients with cardiovascular disease.
Avoid beta-blocker use when patients are being treated for cardiovascular complications caused by cocaine abuse.
Pregnancy and Lactation
Use cocaine with caution during pregnancy if prescribed and benefits outweigh risks. Animal studies show risk and human studies not available or neither animal nor human studies done. Do not use cocaine during pregnancy for non-medicinal use. Cocaine enters breast milk; use while breastfeeding is contraindicated.
The symptoms of cocaine poisoning are referable to the CNS, namely the patient becomes excited, restless, garrulous, anxious and confused. Enhanced reflexes, headache, rapid pulse, irregular respiration, chills, rise in body temperature, mydriasis, exophthalmos, nausea, vomiting and abdominal pain are noticed. In severe overdoses, delirium, Cheyne-Stokes respiration, convulsions, unconsciousness, and death from respiratory arrest result. Acute poisoning by cocaine develops rapidly in time.