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Lox 4% Injection

1 Injection(s) in Vial
MRP 33.93
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Lox 4 % Description

Lox 4% injection contains lidocaine as the active molecule. This injection is used to cause numbness in an area of your body. Lidocaine blocks the nerves from sending signals to the brain. Lox 4% inj

ection is only given under medical supervision. You should not try to self-administer or swallow the contents of the injection. Lox 4% injection can be given to elderly patients and children, but dose adjustment is required. This injection is not recommended in patients who are allergic to any of its ingredients or suffering from complete heart block or hypovolaemia (severe blood loss). Lox 4% injection can cause drowsiness, nervousness, dizziness, vomiting, blurred vision, and changes in blood pressure as side effects. If these side effects worsen, you should seek medical advice immediately. In addition, before taking this medicine, you should inform your doctor if you have heart problems or low potassium levels; are pregnant, breastfeeding, or trying to get pregnant; or are using any medications or supplements.


Product Summary

Offer Price₹29.86
You Save₹4.07 (12% on MRP)
ContainsLidocaine / Lignocaine(4.0 %)
UsesLocal anaesthetic
Side effectsDrowsiness, dizziness, nervousness, blurred vision, vomiting
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Uses of Lox 4 %

  • Local anaesthetic

Contraindications of Lox 4 %

  • Known allergy to any ingredients of Lox 4% injection
  • Complete heart block
  • Hypovolaemia (severe blood loss)

Side effects of Lox 4 %

  • Drowsiness
  • Nervousness
  • Dizziness
  • Vomiting
  • Blurred vision
  • Changes in blood pressure

Precautions and Warnings of Lox 4 %



Can I take Lox 4% injection during pregnancy?
No, Lox 4% injection is not recommended during pregnancy.

Breast Feeding

Can I take Lox 4% injection while breastfeeding?
Lidocaine is known to be secreted via breastmilk and may cause allergic reaction in the baby. Therefore this injection is not recommended while breastfeeding.


Can I drive if I have been injected with Lox 4% injection?
Lidocaine is an anaesthetic medication that results in loss of sensation. Therefore you should not drive after taking this injection.


Can I take alcohol with Lox injection?
Talk to your doctor before consuming alcohol with Lox injection.

Other General Warnings

Talk to your doctor if
  • You are pregnant, breastfeeding or planning to get pregnant
  • You are consuming any medications or supplements
  • You have heart problems
  • You have low potassium levels in blood
  • You have low oxygen levels in blood

Mode of Action of Lox 4 %

How Does It Work?

Lox 4% injection contains lidocaine as an active component. Lidocaine blocks the nerves from sending signals to the brain.

Directions for Use of Lox 4 %

  • Lox 4% injection is advised to be used only under the supervision of a health professional
  • Do not self-administer or swallow the contents of the injection

Interactions of Lox 4 %

Interactions with other medicines

  • Concomitant administration of amprenavir, atazanavir, darunavir, lopinavir, cimetidine, propranolol, or ranitidine increase exposure of lidocaine
  • Co-administration of diuretics stops the action of lidocaine
  • Co-administration of other local anaesthetics or mexiletine can cause toxicity
  • Co-administration of antipsychotics like pimozide, sertindole, olanzapine, quetiapine, zotepine, quinupristin or dalfopristin can cause arrhythmia
  • Co-administration of suxamethonium can increase risk of neuromuscular blockade
  • Dopamine and 5 hydroxytryptamine increase the chances of having convulsions when given with Lidocaine
  • Co-administration of Fentanyl may reduce seizure threshold
  • Co-administration of opioid-antiemetic combination may reduce the convulsant threshold and increase the CNS depressant activity
  • Co-administration of adrenaline may increase the danger of ventricular tachycardia and fibrillation.

Storage and disposal of Lox 4 %

  • Store Lox 4% injection below 25°C
  • Keep it away from children
  • Store the injection away from light
  • Do not use the injection after the expiry date
  • Do not throw the contents of this medicine in wastewater

Dosage of Lox 4 %


Overdose can cause numbness of the tongue, light-headedness, hyperacusis, ringing in ears, visual disturbance, muscular tremors. Since Lox 4% injection is given under medical supervision, the chances...
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Missed a Dose

Since Lox 4% injection is not a medication which needs to be taken on regular intervals, so there won't be any such instances of missed dose.

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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)


Q: How long does it take for the Lox 4% injection to show effects?

A: Lox 4% injection usually kicks in within a minute of its administration.

Q: Will I get addicted to Lox 4% injection?

A: No, it is highly unlikely that you'll develop addiction towards an anaesthetic.

Q: I'm an epileptic, is it safe to administer Lox 4% injection?

A: Discuss with your doctor before using Lox 4% injection.
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Last Updated on: 25 May 2022 | 07:58 PM (IST)
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