Occlusive Dressing

Some articles on occlusive dressing:

Lidocaine/prilocaine - Clinical Use - Dosage Forms
... The cream is applied under an occlusive dressing, while the patch incorporates an occlusive dressing to facilitate absorption of lidocaine and prilocaine into the area where anaesthesia is required ... after approximately 60 minutes, whereupon the occlusive dressing (or patch) is removed ... The duration of anaesthesia is approximately two hours following removal of the occlusive dressing ...

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