TUSSIDERMIL N Emulsion, Eucalyptus oil, rheumatic complaints
pack size:50g Dosage form:emulsion
Tussidermil N Emulsion
Active ingredient: Eucalyptus oil
External use, colds of the respiratory tract and rheumatic complaints.
Warnings: Contains cetostearyl alcohol and sorbic acid.
Active TUSSIDERMIL N Emulsion, Eucalyptus oil, rheumatic complaints ingredient: eucalyptus oil
Just rub it in - just breathe deeply.
- 100 mg eucalyptus oil
TUSSIDERMIL N Emulsion, Eucalyptus oil, rheumatic complaints excipients
- Cetylstearyl alcohol, emulsifying (Type A)
- Cetomacrogol 1000
- hard fat
- spruce needle oil
- bitter fennel oil
- mint oil
- rosemary oil
- thyme oil
- sorbic acid
- water, purified
TUSSIDERMIL N Emulsion, Eucalyptus oil, rheumatic complaints indication
- The preparation is a herbal medicine for external use in colds of the respiratory tract and for the treatment of muscle and joint pain in rheumatic complaints.
- The medicine is intended for use in children from 2 years of age and adults.
TUSSIDERMIL N Emulsion, Eucalyptus oil, rheumatic complaints dosage
- Always use the medicine exactly as directed. Please check with your doctor or pharmacist if you are not sure.
Unless otherwise prescribed by the doctor or pharmacist, the usual dose is:
As a rub:
- Unless otherwise prescribed, children from the age of 2 and adults rub the affected areas 2 to 3 times a day, e.g. B. chest and back or painful areas with the specified amount.
- Children from 2 years to 12 years: approx. 3 cm long strand of ointment
- Children from 12 years and adults: approx. 6 cm long strand of ointment
Information for use in children over 12 years and adults:
- It is advantageous to cover the treated area, as this will make the treatment more effective and long-lasting.
- As a rub:
- The duration of treatment depends on the course of the disease. The information in the "Patient information" category must be observed.
If you use more than you should:
- If the recommended dosage is exceeded when applied to the skin, the ointment should be removed and rinsed off with water.
If the preparation is accidentally ingested:
- Accidental ingestion of large amounts of eucalyptus oil can cause significant symptoms (e.g. vomiting, abdominal pain, drowsiness, shortness of breath).
- In this case, even if no symptoms have appeared, you should contact your doctor. This is especially true if a small child has swallowed large amounts of the preparation.
- Milk or alcohol should not be drunk in the event of an overdose, as they can increase the absorption of the drug's active ingredients into the blood.
TUSSIDERMIL N Emulsion, Eucalyptus oil, rheumatic complaints way
- As a rub
- The affected areas B. chest and back or rub painful areas with the ointment.
- Like all medicines, the preparation can have side effects.
- The list includes all known side effects from treatment with preparations made from eucalyptus oil, including those with higher doses or long-term therapy.
The evaluation of side effects is based on the following frequency information:
- Very common: more than 1 in 10 people treated
- Common: less than 1 in 10 but more than 1 in 100 people treated
- Uncommon: less than 1 in 100 but more than 1 in 1000 people treated
- Rare: less than 1 in 1000 but more than 1 in 10000 people treated
- Very rare: affects less than 1 in 10,000 people, including isolated cases
When using the preparation may occur:
- Uncommon: Contact dermatitis, allergic reactions, coughing, increased irritation of the skin and mucous membranes, increased spasm of the respiratory muscles (bronchospasm).
- Rare: in infants and young children, respiratory arrest when inhaling concentrated vapors of essential oils, probably due to spasms of the glottis
- Very rare: Hypersensitivity reactions with palpitations (tachycardia), reduced respiratory drive (respiratory depression) and a tendency to convulsions, especially in infants and small children
- If you notice any side effects that are not listed, please report them to a doctor or pharmacist.
What countermeasures should be taken if side effects occur?
- If side effects occur, discontinue use and inform a doctor. He can decide on the degree of severity and any further measures that may be required.
- At the first sign of a hypersensitivity reaction, the preparation must not be used again.
TUSSIDERMIL N Emulsion, Eucalyptus oil, rheumatic complaints interactions
When using the preparation with other medicines:
- Eucalyptus oil activates the enzyme system in the liver that breaks down foreign substances.
- The effects of other medicines can therefore be weakened and/or shortened.
- This cannot be ruled out in the case of large-area application as a result of the absorption of larger amounts of active substance through the skin.
- Therefore, ask your doctor if you want to use other means.
The medicine must not be used:
- with known hypersensitivity to the active substance, cineol, the main component of eucalyptus oil or one of the other components,
- in infants and young children up to 2 years of age,
- for damaged skin, e.g. B. in case of burns and injuries,
- in patients with bronchial asthma (bronchial asthma) or other respiratory diseases associated with pronounced hypersensitivity of the airways.
- at pseudocroup,
- during breastfeeding.
pregnancy and breast feeding period
- There are no adequate studies on the use of the preparation during pregnancy. Therefore, this medicine should not be used during this period.
patient TUSSIDERMIL N Emulsion, Eucalyptus oil, rheumatic complaints notes
Special care is required when using the drug:
- A doctor should be consulted if symptoms persist for more than 4-5 days, if they worsen or if sputum is bloody or purulent.
- A doctor should be consulted in the case of acute conditions that are accompanied, for example, by reddening, swelling or overheating of the joints, as well as persistent symptoms.
- The medicine should not be used on the face.
- When using the preparation, contact of the drug with the eyes should be avoided.
- The drug should not be applied to the mucous membranes.
- After use, hands should be cleaned thoroughly.
- Do not use on infants and young children up to 2 years of age.
- When using the drug, care should be taken to ensure that children's hands cannot come into contact with the rubbed areas of the skin
Driving and using machines:
- There are no special precautions required.