active ingredients:common Viper venom, dry camphor, racemic, terpentine oil, salicylic acid;
1 g ointment contains 0.05 MOD of Viper venom ordinary, dry, 30 mg racemic camphor, 30 mg of oil of turpentine, 10 mg of salicylic acid;
Excipients:paraffin white soft, cetostearyl alcohol, paraffin, sodium cetostearyl sulfate, glycerin, sodium chloride, purified water.
Dosage form. Ointment.
Basic physical and chemical properties:ointment of white or white with a slightly yellowish color with a smell of camphor and oil of turpentine.
local remedies for joint and muscle pain.
ATX Code M02A X10.
the Main active ingredient of the ointment is the Viper venom ordinary (Venenum viperae berus), which contains phospholipase, phosphodiesterase, hyaluronidase and other active substances. Viper poison also contains peptides of specific action, which are the cause of hemolysis, increase the permeability of capillaries, affecting blood clotting. When applied topically, Viper venom has an irritant and analgesic effect.
Other active ingredients ointments that can irritate sensitive nerve endings, cause local irritant and analgesic action. In addition to the analgesic actions of camphor, salicylic acid and oil of turpentine have also antiseptic properties, while salicylic acid - a keratolytic action.
Ointment is rapidly absorbed and after a few minutes there is a burning sensation, light skin hyperemia and a feeling of warmth. Analgesic effect occurs within 20-30 minutes and lasts 1.5-2 hours.
pain reliever for external use for sore joints and muscles.
Hypersensitivity to the ointment, aspirin or other nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs.
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Interaction with other medicinal products and other forms of interaction.
not studied. Although sufficiently controlled tests of interaction have not been carried out, it is possible that excessive use of salicylates for topical use can increase the effect of anticoagulants of coumarin and antiplatelet drugs. Patients receiving anticoagulants cumarin and antiplatelet drugs, including acetylsalicylic acid, caution is necessary.
to prevent the occurrence of side effects, it is recommended to apply a small amount of ointment on the skin to determine the sensitivity to the drug.
the Ointment should not be applied to damaged skin. To avoid severe irritation, it is necessary to ensure that the ointment does not fall into the eyes or mucous membranes.
the place of applying the ointment cannot be applied the bandage, it can only slightly cover.
the cream contains cetostearyl alcohol which may cause local skin reactions (including contact dermatitis).
use during pregnancy or lactation.
Do not use during pregnancy and lactation.
Ability to influence the reaction rate when driving motor transport or operating other mechanisms.
has No effect.
For external use only. Apply small portions of 5-10 g (1-2 teaspoons) of ointment on the affected area and RUB it into the skin depending on the intensity of pain 1-2 times a day before the disappearance of the pain syndrome. The duration of treatment depends on the nature and severity of the disease.
elderly Patients.evidence that elderly patients require a different dosing schedule, do not exist.
there is no Experience in children, so the use of this category of patients is not recommended.
in contact with mucous membranes and the use of too large doses of ointment causes severe irritation.
Accidental swallowing of the ointment may cause gastrointestinal symptoms such as vomiting and diarrhea. Treatment is symptomatic.
in case of accidental ingestion of large quantities of ointment may manifest acute symptoms of poisoning such as nausea, vomiting, abdominal pain, headache, dizziness, feeling of fever/redness, seizures, respiratory depression and coma.
Observation and treatment of patients with severe gastrointestinal or neurological symptoms of poisoning symptomatic. Do not induce vomiting.
with hypersensitivity of the skin to the components of ointment, itching, swelling or urticaria may occur when applying. There may also be allergic reactions, including contact dermatitis, rashes, redness, burning; headache, dizziness, possible seizures caused by camphor.
in this case, it is recommended to stop the treatment and wash the ointment off the skin. These symptoms occur after termination of treatment.
Do not use after the expiry date indicated on the package.
Store at a temperature not exceeding 25 ° C. Do not store in the refrigerator and freezer.
keep out of reach of children.
30 g and 50 g in aluminum tubes; 1 tube in a cardboard bundle.
over the counter.
JSC Tallinn pharmaceutical plant.
Tondi 33, 11316 Tallinn, Estonia.
Ul. Krustpils, 53, Riga, LV-1057, Latvia.
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Contraindications: purulent and allergic skin diseases, feverish conditions, liver and kidney dysfunction, extreme exhaustion, skin tuberculosis, lack of cardiac and cerebral circulation, angiospasm, pregnancy and lactation, intolerance to components.
the Ointment is applied locally on the affected area of the body. First of all, the affected area is washed with warm water. Then you should spread on the surface of 5-10g means (1-2 tsp) once a day. If necessary, the procedure can be carried out twice a day. After treatment, hands should be washed thoroughly. It is important to avoid contact with the ointment in the mucous membranes and in the eyes.
Attention: before starting the course of treatment should be to