What is Actisite
Actisite (Tetracaine HCl 2% w/v and Poloxamer 407 0.5% w/v) is a local anesthetic indicated for the prevention or treatment of pain associated with exposure of dental pulp to irritants. Poloxamer 407 is a surfactant which enhances the penetration of tetracaine into the dental pulp.
Benefits of Actisite
and Its Uses.
Actisite is a prescription medication that is used to treat a condition called Actinomycosis. Actinomycosis is a rare bacterial infection that can cause abscesses (pockets of pus) to form in various parts of the body. Actisite is a type of penicillin antibiotic that works by stopping the growth of the bacteria that cause the infection.
There are several benefits of using Actisite to treat Actinomycosis. Firstly, Actisite is a very effective antibiotic and has been shown to be effective in treating Actinomycosis. Secondly, Actisite is available in both tablet and powder form, which makes it easy to administer. Lastly, Actisite is generally well tolerated and has a low risk of side effects.
There are also a number of uses for Actisite other than treating Actinomycosis. For example, Actisite can be used to treat a number of other bacterial infections, including pneumonia, bronchitis,
Side Effects and Dosage of Actisite
Actisite is a prescription drug used to treat a dental infection. It is available as a tablet and as a powder that is mixed with water. The usual dose is one tablet or one powder packet, which is taken by mouth three times a day for seven days.
Actisite may cause side effects such as nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, and abdominal pain. It may also cause an allergic reaction, which can include symptoms such as rash, hives, itching, and swelling of the face, lips, tongue, or throat.