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procaine

procaine (prōkān´), anesthetic drug, commonly called novocaine, that gives prolonged relief from pain (see anesthesia). It is used as a local anesthetic and in rectal and other surgery. It is marketed under the trade name Novocain.

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procaine

procaine (procaine hydrochloride) (proh-kayn) n. a local anaesthetic administered by injection but now seldom used, having a shorter duration of action and being less effective than lidocaine.

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novocaine

no·vo·caine / ˈnōvəˌkān/ (also trademark No·vo·cain) • n. another term for procaine.

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