Local skin anaesthesia for pain relief
100 ml liquiﬁed gas correspond to 88 g Ethylchloride
Application and dosage:
Ethylchloride Spray is only for external use in local skin anaesthesia.
Unless otherwise prescribed by the physician, Ethylchloride is sprayed onto the affected areas of the skin to be treated from a distance of approx. 30 cm until a ﬁne white ﬁlm is being produced.
In case of application in the region of head or neck, special attention is to be paid, in order to avoid inhalation of Ethylchloride.