Nitronox

Nitronox inhalation gas delivers care and comfort to patients

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Nitronox is a form of breathable analgesia. It is a colourless, odourless gas supplied under pressure in a cylinder with a valve to control the flow. The cylinder contains 50/50% of nitrous oxide and oxygen. A proven treatment for managing patient pain and anxiety on an as needed basis. It is usually given by a doctor, anaesthetist, dentist, ambulance officer, nurse or a suitable qualified health professional via a mask or mouthpiece in which patient’s breathe in the gas.

Nitronox is indicated in adults and children for analgesia. It is used to relieve short-term and intermittent pain, in minimally invasive and non-invasive procedures such as dental procedures, dressing of wounds and burns, childbirth and aesthetic applications, including:

• Botulinum injections
• Dermal fillers
• Tattoo removal
• Laser liposuction

Advantages of using Nitronox:

• Reduce pain and manage anxiety
• Non-invasive
• Self administered, on a need to basis
• Fast acting (peak effect 2-5 mins)
• Quick reversal (by oxygen inhalation)

 

Nitronox Product Information
IndicationsNitrous oxide with oxygen (Nitronox®) is indicated in adults and children for analgesia.
Contraindication (extract) Hypersensitivity to nitrous oxide or any other component in the gas is a contraindication.
Method of Administration Nitronox is self-administered and inhaled via a demand valve through a face mask or mouthpiece.
Adverse Effects (extract) Nitrous oxide should be used with caution in patients with severe hypotension or those at risk of vitamin B12 deficiency.
Interactions with other Medicines (extract) Nitrous oxide and opioids together may lead to further circulatory depression. High dose fentanyl with nitrous oxide may decrease heart rate and cardiac output.
Product Information Please review Product Information before prescribing. Available from Air Liquide Healthcare or downloaded from the TGA Public Information website eBS.

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