I found Dermoplast in my pharmacology book. The generic name is benzocaine and the trade names Americaine and dermoplast. They are effective when applied to the skin. The main potential toxicity of local anesthetics applied to the skin is allergy, usually contact dermatitis.Widely used. Included in many nonprescrition preparations to relieve sunburn, itching, and mild burns. Long acting and poorly absorbed. Nursing implications: Obtain a careful history of previous response to local anesthetics. Monitor the BP and P. Tell the cl to report any rash or skin irritation occurring. Instruct the cl to dry the area with a swab where the medication is to be applied, apply gel to a second swab, then roll gel over the specified area. Instrct the cl to try to keep mouth open and dry for 30 to 60 sec after applying gel. The gel will form a film that should not be removed; it will slowly disappear over several hours.
That is all I found on it in the pharmacology book by Clark, Queener, Karb. It's not the best by them! lol Those drugs are not listed in my Davis drug guide. I would go to any pharmacy or hospital and they can give you a copy of it. Good luck! www.geocities.com/ajax_clean/StudentNurse.html