Radio salil crema 60 g


Local symptomatic relief of muscle and joint pains such as lumbago, stiff neck, small sports injuries and overexertion and minor sprains, bruises, minor sprains and muscle cramps.


What is radio salil anti-inflammatory and what is it used for?

It is a cream for cutaneous use with analgesic, anti-inflammatory action and that when used on the skin makes it red and produces a sensation of heat in the area of ​​application (rubefacient action).

It is indicated for the local symptomatic relief of muscle and joint pain such as: low back pain, torticollis, small sports injuries and overstrain such as minor sprains, contusions, minor sprains and muscle cramps.

You should see a doctor if it worsens or does not improve after 7 days of treatment.

How to use anti-inflammatory radio salil

Always take this medicine exactly as described in this leaflet or as your doctor or pharmacist has told you. If in doubt, ask your doctor or pharmacist.

The recommended dose is:

A small amount of anti-inflammatory radio salil in the area of ​​the skin to be treated. Its action is facilitated by a gentle massage or friction, avoiding contact with the eyes and mucous membranes. If necessary, it can be repeated up to a maximum of 2-3 times a day.

This medicine is for cutaneous use, exclusively on intact skin. Do not eat.

Wash your hands after each application.

Do not apply this medicine with occlusive bandages or apply heat to the area where it is used. If you cover the area where you have used anti-inflammatory radio salil, do so so that the garment that covers the treated area is slightly loose.

If symptoms persist after 7 days of treatment, or worsen, a doctor should be consulted.

In the event of accidental ingestion of anti-inflammatory radio salil in children, consult your doctor immediately to provide the necessary treatment. Do not try to induce vomiting.

Use in children

It is contraindicated in children under 12 years old.

If you use more anti-inflammatory radio salil than you should

Skin problems can occur.

If you have swallowed radio salil anti-inflammatory immediately consult your doctor or pharmacist. The following symptoms may occur due to camphor: nausea, vomiting, colic, headache, dizziness, feeling hot, delirium, nervousness, epileptic seizures, depression of the central nervous system, and coma.

Breathing is difficult and the breath has a characteristic odor.

Poisoning must be treated by medical staff, and treatment must be discontinued. Do not induce vomiting.

In case of overdose or accidental ingestion, immediately consult your doctor or pharmacist or call the Toxicology Information Service, telephone 91 562 04 20, indicating the medicine and the amount used.