A local anesthetic belonging to the Amidas group. Its action is prolonged and extends from 4 to 12 hours after administration. It has a power 2 to 4 times greater than lidocaine, and a large margin of safety.
The action of Bupivacaine starts between 3 to 20 minutes after application
is a local anesthetic agent that allows us to work with great safety and versatility, making it the first choice for all types of surgical procedures, including long surgeries of low to medium complexity.
Its anesthetic power is potent, also maintaining its analgesic effect after surgery.
Anesthesia and/or local infiltrative analgesia of tissues and structures (concentric, eccentric, deep, superficial and ring).
Anesthesia and/or epidural analgesia, by single or continuous dose.
Intercostal nerve block.
Anesthesia and/or intrapleural analgesia.
Regional Intravenous Anesthesia (Bier blockade).
Anesthesia and/or intra-and/or peri-artic infiltrative analgesia