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Spray with analgesic and anti-inflammatory activity that immediately relieves pain and inflammation resulting from: bumps, bruises, sprains, back pain, stiff neck ...
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WHAT IS RADIO SALIL SPRAY
Radio salil spray is a topical medication that combines diethylamine salicylate, menthol and camphor for rapid analgesic and anti-inflammatory effect in the application area.
Radio salil spray is indicated to relieve pain and inflammation in muscles and joints caused by: bumps, bruises, stiff neck, lumbago, sprains, etc.
- Active ingredient: diethylamine salicylate (100 mg per ml spray).
- Active ingredient: Camphor (10 mg per ml spray).
- Active ingredient: Menthol liquid (25 mg per ml spray).
- Excipients: Isopropyl myristate and ethanol. The propellant gas used is carbon dioxide.
WARNINGS AND PRECAUTIONS
Check with your doctor before taking this medicine if:
- If you are allergic to salicylates, diethylamine salicylate, camphor, menthol or any other part of this medicine.
- If you have asthma.
- If you are currently being treated with any other medications.
- If the patient is younger than 12 years.
Avoid contact salil Radio spray with eyes, mucous membranes, burns or wounds.
This medicine should not be applied for long periods of time or in large areas of the skin.
Do not use any other preparation for topical use in the same area of application where you are using Radio salil spray.
It should be avoided expose to sunlight or UVA radiation area of skin treated with this medicine.
Do not use occlusive dressings in the area where Radio salil spray applied.
Children under 12 should not use this medicine as this age group is particularly sensitive to compounds containing this medicine.
PREGNANCY AND BREASTFEEDING
Pregnant or lactating women should not use this medicine unless a doctor prescribes not find a safer treatment.
DOSAGE AND USE
- Adults and adolescents from 12 years: Apply 1 or 2 pulses in the treatment area every 6 to 8 hours. Do not use more than 4 times a day.
- Children under 12 years: Do not apply, is contraindicated for this age range.
Radio salil Apply spray on the affected area holding the container upright.
No need to massage or rub the skin after application of the spray.
Radio salis spray action has rubefaciente, some heat or redness is due to its medicinal activity.
Wash your hands after each application.
Consult your doctor if symptoms do not improve or get worse after 7 days of treatment.
In some cases the rubefaciente action of this medicine may cause: erythema, irritation and allergic reactions in the application area.
These side effects usually disappear after cessation of treatment.
OVERDOSE AND SWALLOWING
In some cases following topical application of this spray they have appeared mild skin problems that often refer to the cessation of treatment.
Accidental ingestion is unlikely since it is a medicine spray. Symptoms that may occur are: cramping, nausea and vomiting, headache, nervousness, delirium, depression of the central nervous system seizures and coma. In this case the patient should be taken as soon as possible to a medical center.
Poisons Information Service: 915 62 04 20
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08025 Barcelona (Spain)
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Recipharm Parets, S.L.
Ramon y Cajal, 2
08150 Parets del Valles (Barcelona) - Spain