CALGEL gel for teething Application:
CALGEL is used in infants during the period of teething. CALGEL quickly relieves the pain caused by teething and soothes the gums. CALGEL also has an antiseptic effect.
CALGEL gel for teething Composition:
CALGEL is a gum gel. It is packed in a tube of 10 grams. CALGEL contains the medicinal substances lignocaine hydrochloride (lignocaine hydrochloride) - 0.33% w / w and cetylpyridinium chloride (cetylpyridinium chloride) - 0.1% w / w in a clear, yellow, water-soluble base . CALGEL also contains the following excipients: sorbitol solution, xylitol, glycerol, hydroxyethylcellulose, macrogol, caramel, ethanol, hydrogenated castor oil, saccharin sodium, hydroxypolyethoxydodecane, levomenthol, essence, purified water.
CALGEL gel for teething Dosage:
A small amount - about 7-8 mm strip of gel is squeezed on the fingertip or on a cotton cloth and carefully applied to the reddened part of the gums. If necessary, this is repeated after an interval of at least 20 minutes. No more than 6 applications should be made per day. CALGEL is suitable for children over three months of age. What to keep in mind before using the product ContraindicationsCALGEL should not be used in children who are allergic to the product or any of its ingredients.
The recommended dose should not be exceeded. In case of side effects or in case of overdose, stop using the gel and consult a doctor.
When CALGEL is used correctly, no side effects are expected. In rare cases, hypersensitivity (allergy) to the product may occur.