Bystrumgel - outside nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drug used in diseases of the joints.
Bystrumgel has analgesic and anti-inflammatory effect, reducing the articular syndrome, morning stiffness and swelling of joints and weakening the pain, but also helps to increase range of motion.
The drug is released in the form of colorless 2, 5% gel for topical application to a specific odor. In 1 g Bystrumgelya contains 25 mg ketoprofen. Excipients - Ethanol rectified, carbomer, nipagin, trometamol, neroli oil, lavender oil, and purified water. In the box on 30 and '50
Also, the active ingredient ketoprofen contained and some analogues Bystrumgelya - Artrozilene, Valusale, Artrume, ketoprofen, Ketonale, Fastum gel Fleksene that can, if necessary, replace the drug.
Indications for use Bystrumgelya are traumatic or inflammatory lesions of joints, ligaments, tendons and muscles:
- Tendonitis, tenosynovitis;
- Sprains, bruises, damaged ligaments or meniscus knee;
- Arthritis, periarthritis;
- Phlebitis and periphlebitis;
According to the instructions Bystrumgel contraindicated to apply at:
- Hypersensitivity to the Bystrumgelya;
- Infected wounds and abrasions.
Children's age, lactation and pregnancy as a contraindication to the use of Bystrumgelya.
The gel is applied to the skin in a uniform layer twice daily and rubbed to suction. Dose Bystrumgelya of instructions depends on the size of painful area. The duration of treatment is determined individually by your doctor.
To improve the efficacy of Bystrumgel reviews can be used under occlusive dressing dry.
The drug, like Bystrumgelya analogues, should not be applied to damaged skin and open wounds.
Side effects Bystrumgelya
In rare cases, the gel can cause allergic reactions, at the first sign that the use of Bystrumgelya should stop. Also, according to reviews Bystrumgel can cause photosensitivity.
Bystrumgel - OTC drug manufacturer the recommended shelf life of 24 months.