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What precautions should be taken with Carbocaine?

Carbocaine is an anesthetic drug that should be given only by a medical practitioner in a controlled medical setting. Patients given the drug must remain under strict medical supervision, because in rare instances, Carbocaine may cause low blood pressure, breathing problems and even cardiac arrest or death if not treated in time.

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