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What is Carbocaine?

Carbocaine is the brand name for the drug mepivacaine, an injectable local anesthetic that is used to numb regions of the body during surgery and other medical procedures. It may also be used for pain management in certain circumstances. It is always given as an injection. To ensure safety, the drug should be used only with strict monitoring by a medical professional.

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