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What is Naropin?

Naropin is a local anesthetic given by injection that relieves pain before and during surgery or labor and delivery. Naropin, the active ingredient of which is ropivacaine, works by interfering with the pain pathways to your brain. You can only receive Naropin at the hospital during a procedure.

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