|1.||Doughty, Michael J: 2 articles (03/2007 - 01/2007)|
|2.||Jonuscheit, Sven: 2 articles (03/2007 - 01/2007)|
|3.||Douet, Jean-Yves: 1 article (10/2013)|
|4.||Regnier, Alain: 1 article (10/2013)|
|5.||Michel, Julien: 1 article (10/2013)|
|6.||Weinberg, Laurence: 1 article (01/2013)|
|7.||Ansari, Humaira: 1 article (01/2013)|
|8.||Spencer, Narelle: 1 article (01/2013)|
|9.||Patton, N: 1 article (11/2010)|
|10.||Marcellino, G R: 1 article (11/2010)|
12/01/1996 - "The purpose of the present study was to evaluate whether cataract surgery with scleral incision is possible using only topical sponge anesthesia with oxybuprocaine 0.4%. "
12/01/1996 - "Topically applied oxybuprocaine provides sufficient anesthesia during cataract surgery with scleral incision. "
04/01/1997 - "Topical anaesthesia with oxybuprocaine versus sub-Tenon's infiltration with 2% lignocaine for small incision cataract surgery."
04/01/1997 - "Thirty five patients undergoing small incision self-sealing phacoemulsification cataract surgery were allocated randomly to receive topical anaesthesia with 0.4% oxybuprocaine or sub-Tenon's infiltration with 2% lignocaine. "
09/01/2001 - "Three hundred seventeen eyes of 291 consecutive patients having cataract surgery were prospectively randomized to receive topical (oxybuprocaine 0.4%, n = 96), combined (topical anesthesia and propofol sedation, n = 107), or retrobulbar/peribulbar (prilocaine 1.5%, n = 114) anesthesia. "
03/01/1997 - "This study evaluated the efficacy of topical anesthesia with benoxinate hydrochloride 0.4% for pterygium surgery. "
03/01/1997 - "Topical anesthesia with benoxinate 0.4% for pterygium surgery."
03/01/1997 - "Topical administration of benoxinate hydrochloride 0.4% provides useful anesthesia for pterygium surgery."
08/01/2007 - "She experienced intense pain in the first postoperative week and obtained topical oxybuprocaine for pain relief. "
12/01/1996 - "Pain or discomfort during operation was felt in 14 percent of the patients anesthetized with the oxybuprocaine sponge but only in 6 percent of the patients additionally premedicated with tramadol (2nd group). "
04/01/1995 - "Both oxybuprocaine and lidocaine reduced pain significantly when compared to BSS. "
08/01/2004 - "The mean duration of pain at application was 25 seconds, 14 seconds, and 6 seconds in the lidocaine, bupivacaine, and benoxinate groups, respectively, and was statistically significantly higher in the lidocaine group (P<.001). "
04/01/1984 - "Effect of oxybuprocaine 0.4% in preventing surgically induced miosis."
08/01/1982 - "No single agent or combination of agents blocked the total miotic response; however, a combination of flurbiprofen, benoxinate, and capsaicin blocked more than two third of the miosis. "
04/01/1984 - "In a group of 68 patients a double-blind study was performed to assess the effect of preoperative oxybuprocaine 0.4% (Dorsacaine, Novesin) eye drops in comparison with a placebo in preventing surgically induced miosis during extracapsular cataract extraction. "
08/01/1982 - "Randomized pretreatment with the following agents significantly inhibited miosis: flurbiprofen, P less than 0.005; topical anesthetics (benoxinate, P less than 0.001, cocaine, P less than 0.05, proparacaine, P less than 0.005); and retrobulbar capsaicin, P less than 0.005. "
03/01/2007 - "Three measures of corneal thickness were taken using Orbscan II and then by US pachometry (under topical anaesthesia with benoxinate 0.4%) on 24 adults, aged 20-58 years and with up to 8.5 D of myopia. "
05/01/2000 - "To induce myopia, chicks (n = 56) were fitted with either monocular translucent diffusers or -15 D spectacle lenses from day 8. The drug treatment protocol comprised topical applications of 0.4% benoxinate, a local anaesthetic (to improve drug absorption), followed either by 0.5% timolol or distilled water (control), either daily (1000 hr) or twice daily (1000, 1600 hr). "
|3.||Bupivacaine (Bupivacaine Hydrochloride)
|4.||Anesthetics (Anesthetic Agents)
|5.||Ophthalmic Solutions (Eye Drops)
|8.||Diclofenac (SR 38)
|4.||Minor Surgical Procedures (Minor Surgery)