Liquid Bandage (dyclonine hcl/benzethonium chloride) — CHAIN DRUG CONS

Minor skin wound pain
Prevent minor bacterial skin infection
Pruritus of skin
Skin irritation
0.75 %-0.2 % topical solution
Dosage information is not available

Severe Warnings
Conduction disorder of the heart
Deficiency of glucose-6-phosphate dehydrogenase
Hemolytic anemia from PK and g6PD deficiencies
Raw skin
Contraindicated
Large open wound
Methemoglobinemia
Moderate Warnings
Respiratory depression
Seizure disorder
Less Frequent
Severe
Angioedema
Dermatitis due to topical drug
Erythema
Pruritus of skin
Skin rash
Stinging of skin
Urticaria

Less Severe
None
More Frequent
Severe
None

Less Severe
None
Rare / Very Rare
Severe
Bradycardia
CNS toxicity
Conduction disorder of the heart
Cyanosis
Drowsy
Headache disorder
Hypotension
Respiratory depression
Respiratory insufficiency
Seizure disorder
Tremors
Unconsciousness

Less Severe
Apprehension
Blurred vision
Dizziness
Euphoria
Impaired cognition
Nervousness
Sensation of cold
Sensation of warmth
Tinnitus
Twitching
Vomiting
More information
No precaution information has been provided for this patient type.
Dyclonine Hydrochloride
Severity Level: 2
Additional Notes:

More information
Contraindicated
None

Precaution Exists
Dyclonine
GeneralExcretion PotentialEffect on InfantNotes
Evaluate use carefullyUnknownNot known; no or inclusive dataNone

No Known Risk
None
More information
Contraindicated
None

Precaution Exists
Select Anesthetics
General-May be more sensitive to CNS and cardiac adverse reactions. Consider dose reduction due to reduced clearance in the elderly.
Organ / SystemHEPRENCARDENDONEURO / PSYCHPULM
Increased Risk / Adverse EffectsYNNNNN
BEERS: N   HEDIS: N   STOPP: N

No Known Risk
None
Minor skin wound pain
338Pain not elsewhere classified
338.1Acute pain
338.19Other acute pain
782Skin and other integumentary tissue symptoms
782.0Skin sensation disturbance
782.9Skin and integumentary tissue symptoms not elsewhere classified
V58.30Encounter for change or removal of nonsurgical wound dressing
V58.31Encounter for change or removal of surgical wound dressing
Pruritus of skin
698Pruritus and like conditions
698.0Pruritus ani
698.1Pruritus of genitalia
698.2Prurigo
698.3Lichenification and lichen simplex chronicus
698.4Dermatitis factitia
698.8Pruritic conditions not elsewhere classified
698.9Pruritic disorder not otherwise specified
Skin irritation
692.9Eczema or dermatitis not otherwise specified
709Other skin and subcutaneous disorders
782Skin and other integumentary tissue symptoms
782.1Rash and nonspecific skin eruptions not elsewhere classified
782.9Skin and integumentary tissue symptoms not elsewhere classified
0-9 A-Z
338 Pain not elsewhere classified
338.1 Acute pain
338.19 Other acute pain
692.9 Eczema or dermatitis not otherwise specified
698 Pruritus and like conditions
698.0 Pruritus ani
698.1 Pruritus of genitalia
698.2 Prurigo
698.3 Lichenification and lichen simplex chronicus
698.4 Dermatitis factitia
698.8 Pruritic conditions not elsewhere classified
698.9 Pruritic disorder not otherwise specified
709 Other skin and subcutaneous disorders
782 Skin and other integumentary tissue symptoms
782 Skin and other integumentary tissue symptoms
782.0 Skin sensation disturbance
782.1 Rash and nonspecific skin eruptions not elsewhere classified
782.9 Skin and integumentary tissue symptoms not elsewhere classified
782.9 Skin and integumentary tissue symptoms not elsewhere classified
V58.30 Encounter for change or removal of nonsurgical wound dressing
V58.31 Encounter for change or removal of surgical wound dressing

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