casno. : CAS 23239-88-5
Benzocaine hydrochloride is the hydrochloride form of benzocaine, a local anesthetic. Its pharmacological effect is the same as benzocaine, and its anesthetic effect is weaker than procaine. Local absorption is slow and the effect is lasting. Because Chemicalbook is insoluble in water, it cannot be used as infiltration anesthesia, and has analgesic and antipruritic effects. Drugs are usually made into powder or ointment, and are used clinically to treat wounds, ulcers, burns, skin abrasions, hemorrhoids, etc.