Topical (Adults and Children): Minor dermal procedures including venipuncture and IV cannulation2.5 g (½ of the 5-g tube) applied to 2025 cm2 (2 in. by 2 in.) area of skin, covered with an occlusive dressing applied for at least 1 hr. Major dermal procedures including split-thickness skin graft harvesting2 g/10 cm2 area of skin, covered with an occlusive dressing for at least 2 hr. Adult male genital skinas an adjunct prior to local anesthetic infiltration, apply a thick layer (1 g/10 cm2) to skin surface for 15 min; local infiltration anesthesia should be performed immediately after removal of cream. Adult female genital mucous membranesapply a thick layer (5log) for 510 min..
Topical (Children 712 yr and >20 kg): Dose should not exceed 20 g over more than 200 cm2 for more than 4 hr..
Topical (Children 16 yr and >10 kg): Dose should not exceed 10 g over more than 100 cm2 for more than 4 hr..
Topical (Children 3 mo12 mo and >5 kg): Dose should not exceed 2 g over more than 20 cm2 for more than 4 hr..
Topical (Children 03 mo or <5 kg): Dose should not exceed 1 g over more than 10 cm2 for more than 1 hr..Oraqix
Topical (Adults): Apply on gingival margin around the selected teeth using the blunt-tipped applicator included in package; wait 30 seconds, then fill the periodontal pockets with gel using the blunt-tipped applicator until the gel becomes visible at the gingival margin; wait another 30 seconds before starting treatment; maximum recommended dose at one treatment session is 5 cartridges (8.5 g)..
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