MYSPAR GEL 30GM

Manufacturer : BIO-BIOVITAMIN PHARMA
Composition : DICLOFENAC-1.16% W/W+LINSEED-3% W/W+CAPSAICIN-0.025% W/W+MENTHOL-5% W/W+METHYL SALICYLATE-10% W/W
Dose Form : CREAM
Description : MYSPAR GEL 30GM
Route Of Administration : TOPICAL
Pack : 1
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MYS0040
₹69.30
Manufacturer : BIO-BIOVITAMIN PHARMA
Composition : DICLOFENAC-1.16% W/W+LINSEED-3% W/W+CAPSAICIN-0.025% W/W+MENTHOL-5% W/W+METHYL SALICYLATE-10% W/W
Dose Form : CREAM
Description : MYSPAR GEL 30GM
Route Of Administration : TOPICAL
Pack : 1

Drug Ingredient Information

DICLOFENAC-1.16% W/W+LINSEED-3% W/W+CAPSAICIN-0.025% W/W+MENTHOL-5% W/W+METHYL SALICYLATE-10% W/W

DICLOFENAC

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Drug Information Diclofenac sodium contain 0.1% of the active ingredient diclofenac sodium. Diclofenac sodium is one of a group of medicines called non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs). NSAIDs reduce pain and inflammation. Diclofenac sodium are used •before eye surgery, to help keep the pupil open during surgery, or •after eye surgery or injury, to control pain and/or inflammation, •to reduce the symptoms, such as red, runny or itchy eyes associated with seasonal allergic conjunctivitis (hayfever).
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LINSEED

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Drug Information Linseed oil, also known as flaxseed oil, is a colourless to yellowish oil obtained from the dried, ripened seeds of the flax plant.. Linseed oil is a drying oil, meaning it can polymerize into a solid form.Linseed oil is an edible oil in demand as a nutritional supplement, as a source of a-Linolenic acid, (an omega-3 fatty acid).
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CAPSAICIN

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Drug Information Capsaicin is used to relieve pain in people without diabetes who have nerve pain due to damage in nerves in the skin. Damaged nerves in your skin may occur as a result of a variety of diseases such as shingles and HIV injection, certain medicines and other conditions. Capsaicin can be used either alone or in combination with other medicines that you may take to treat your pain.
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Avoid Drug - if you are allergic (hypersensitive) to capsaicin, chili peppers or any other ingredients in the Capsaicin cutaneous patch
Drug Special Care Do not use Capsaicin on any part 01 your head or face. Do not use Capsaicin on broken skin 01 open wounds. Do not touch Capsaicin 01 other materials that have come in contact with the treated areas as it may cause burning and stinging. Do not touch your eyes, mouth or other sensitive areas. Sniffing or inhaling close to the Capsaicin patches may cause coughing or sneezing. It is usual for the skin to sting or become red and burn during and after Capsaicin treatment for a short while. Because of the pain, your blood pressure may go up and therefore, your doctor will measure your blood pressure several times during your treatment. If you experience a lot of pain, your doctor will apply local cooling or give you medicine for pain. If you have unstable or poorly controlled high blood pressure or recently had heart problems, your doctor will consider the risk of adverse reactions to your heart or blood pressure due to the potential stress of the procedure before treating you with Capsaicin. If you are using high doses of opioids, you may not respond to oral opioid analgesics when used for acute pain during and following the treatment procedure. In this case, your doctor will use other measures to reduce your pain following Capsaicin treatment. Though no changes have been seen in the function of the nerves in patients treated with Capsaicin, small, short-term changes in the ability to feel when something is hot or sharp have been seen after use of capsaicin. Use in children and adolescents Capsaicin is not recommended for treatment in patients under 16 years 01 age.
Drug Drug Interactions Capsaicin acts locally on your skin and is not expected to influence other medicines. Please tell your doctor il you are taking or have recently taken any other medicines, including medicines obtained without a prescription.
Drug Pregnancy Interaction Capsaicin should be used with caution if you are pregnant and/or breastfeeding. If you are pregnant, or think you may be pregnant, or breast-feeding tell your doctor before Capsaicin treatment.
Drug Breast feeding Interaction Capsaicin should be used with caution if you are pregnant and/or breastfeeding. If you are pregnant, or think you may be pregnant, or breast-feeding tell your doctor before Capsaicin treatment.
Drug Machinery Interaction There are no studies of the effects of Capsaicin on the ability to drive and use machines. When using Capsaicin, only very small amounts 01 the active substance may be present in the blood stream for a very short time. Therefore, Capsaicin is unlikely to have any direct effects on your thinking or your ability to drive or use machinery.
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Drug quanitty Capsaicin should only be applied by your doctor or by a nurse under the supervision of your doctor. Capsaicin is for use on your skin. Your doctor will mark the most painful areas on your skin with a pen or marker. Before placing the Capsaicin patches on the skin, the treatment area(s) will be washed with soap and water and dried. Hair in treatment areas will be clipped. Before placing the Capsaicin patches on the skin, your doctor or nurse will apply a numbing gel or cream to reduce stinging. Your doctor or nurse will wear gloves to prepare the Capsaicin patches for you. Do not sniff or inhale close to the Capsaicin patches as this may cause coughing or sneezing. Capsaicin may be cut into smaller pieces to fit the treatment area. No more than 4 patches should be used at the same time. Your doctor or nurse will remove the patches after 30 minutes if you're being treated for nerve pain on your feet or 60 minutes if you're being treated for nerve pain on other parts of your body. Do not touch the patch with your hands as it may cause burning and stinging. Usually you will feel some pain relief on the first day the patch is applied. It may take upto 1-14 days until the full pain relief of Capsaicin takes effect. If after that time you still have a lot 01 pain, please talk to your doctor. Capsaicin therapy may be repealed at 90-day intervals, if necessary.
Drug Dose You may be given pain medicines to take for the pain you experience with Capsaicin therapy. It is common for the skin to sting or become red and burn during Capsaicin treatment. Disposable socks may be worn on top of the Capsaicin patches if your feet are being treated. Sometimes your doctor or nurse may put a bandage on top 01 the Capsaicin patch to keep the patch firmly on your skin. At the end of the Capsaicin treatment your doctor or nurse will clean the treated skin with cleansing gel from a tube supplied with the kit. Cleansing gel will be left on your skin for one minute and then wiped off to remove any remaining medicine that may be left on your skin after treatment. After the cleansing gel has been wiped off, the area will be gently washed with soap and water. Do not touch your eyes, mouth or other sensitive areas. II you accidentally touch the 'Capsaicin patch or treated skin before cleansing gel is applied it may burn and/or sting. Call your doctor immediately. Do not attempt to remove the patch yourself. Your' doctor or nurse will remove it for you. Do not take Capsaicin patches away from the clinic. Do not use Capsaicin patches at home. If you have any further questions on the use of this product, ask your doctor or Pharmacist.
Excess Drug Consumption Contact your near emergency
Forgot Drug Consumption Contact your doctor
Stop Drug Consumption The medicine should be taken under the supervision of doctor
Possible Side Effects
General Information - itching, bumps, blisters, swelling, dryness on the area where the patch is applied
Common Drug Side Effects • redness, pain on the area where the patch is applied
Rare Drug Side Effects • Wheals. prickling sensation, inflammation of the, skin, increased sensitivity, inflammation, skin reaction, irritation, bruising on the area where the patch is applied. -high blood pressure, slowing of the electrical signals in the heart, rapid beating of the heart, abnormal awareness of the beating of the heart, decreased taste, reduced sensations in limbs, burning sensation, eye irritation, cough, throat irritation, nausea, itching, pain in limbs, muscle spasms, shingles, swelling of limbs.
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How to Store the Medicine
How to Store the Medicine Keep out of the reach and sight of children. Do not use Capsaicin after the expiry date printed on the carton after EXP. The expiry date refers to the first day of that month. Capsaicin cutaneous patch: Store flat in original sachet and carton. Store below 25"C. Cleansing gel: Store below 25"C. After opening sachet, Capsaicin should be applied within 2 hours. Disposal of used and unused Capsaicin patches and socks and gloves. These items may sting your fingers if you touch them. Your doctor or nurse will put them in a polyethylene bag before safely discarding them. Capsaicin patches and treatment-related materials should be disposed of properly.

MENTHOL

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METHYL SALICYLATE

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