Traumon gel 100ml osteoarthritis and rheumatic ailments
Traumon gel contains etofenamate. It is an active substance with analgesic and anti-inflammatory effect. Indications for use of the drug are blunt injuries, osteoarthritis and rheumatic ailments.
Composition of Traumon gel osteoarthritis and rheumatic ailments:
Active substance: Etofenamatum (Etofenamatum). 1g of gel contains 100mg etofenamate and auxiliary substances: carbomer, oleinocetyl macrogol ether (Emulgin M8 Deo), sodium hydroxide, isopropyl alcohol, macrogol 400, propylene glycol, purified water.
Action Traumon gel osteoarthritis and rheumatic ailments:
Topical skin Traumon gel is a medicinal product with etofenamate. The drug is analgesic and anti-inflammatory, contributes to the inhibition of inflammatory and exudative processes. The product is recommended for sprains, bruises, joint and muscular pains, as well as degenerative diseases.
The medicinal product Traumon gel indicated for use in the treatment of bruises, sprains, stretches (joints, tendons and muscles), as well as other blunt injuries; osteoarthritis (of the spine, knee, shoulder); extra-articular rheumatism (pain in the sacro-lumbar region, epicondylitis, changes in soft periarticular tissues - bursitis, tendons, tendon sheaths, joint capsules).
Store out of reach of children at room temperature. It is recommended to protect against moisture and light. During treatment and two weeks after its termination, avoid exposing the treated area to UV rays. The propylene glycol contained in the drug may cause skin irritation. The use of the drug on a large body surface and / or for a long time may lead to systemic absorption of the active substance. The possibility of using the drug in women in the first and second trimester of pregnancy and lactating women should consult a doctor.
Do not use in case of hypersensitivity to any component of the gel (including etofenamate, flufenamic acid, other nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs). Do not use during the third trimester of pregnancy. Do not use in children and adolescents. Do not use around the breast. Do not use on damaged skin, in the event of inflammatory eczema, as well as on eyes and mucous membranes.
Some people may experience side effects while taking this medicine. Uncommon: burning skin, erythema; very rare: dermatitis with pruritus, edema, rash, bullous rash; not known: photosensitivity reaction, hypersensitivity.
Dosage of Traumon gel:
Use as directed by your doctor or as directed on the leaflet. Apply 3-4 times a day. Typically, a 5-10cm gel is applied to the area slightly larger than the pain site, the gel should be rubbed in until completely absorbed. For use on the skin. Rheumatic ailments: apply for 3-4 weeks. Blunt injuries: apply up to 2 weeks. The product does not leave a sticky, greasy layer on the skin.