- accident and sports injuries: sprains, bruises, sprains.
- Post-traumatic and inflammatory diseases of soft tissue: tenosynovitis, tendinitis, bursitis, epicondylitis, myogelose, myalgia.
- periarticulaire disorders: PHS, periartritis of the knee, the small joints.
- arthritis and osteoarthritis, as supportive treatment.
Extract. Suprarenal. 1.0 g (= 20 mg natural corticosteroids) - Mucopolysaccharidi polysulfas 0.2 g - Acid. Salicylic. 2.0 g in the following vehicle:
Cream : Glycerol - Ac. stearic. - Lanae alc. unguent. - Alcohol myristilic. - Alcohol cetylstearylic. emulsific .. - OLAMINE. - Thymol - Alcohol. isopropylic. - Natr. edetas - Aqua Purif. q.s. ad 100 g.
Gel : Natr. edetas - Aetherol. Rosmarin. - Propylenglycol. - Carbomer. - OLAMINE. - Alcohol. isopropylic. - Aqua Purif. q.s. ad 100 g.
6.2 Posology and method of use
Several times a day 5 to 15 cm cream or gel on and around the affected area application.
The gel on the skin evenly distribute the light massage cream.
The cream can be applied in respect of the dose should be increased.
Mobilat is suitable for phonograms and Iontophoretic (applying under the negative pole).
This is a medicine, no prolonged use without medical advice, keep away from children, read the leaflet carefully. Ask your doctor or pharmacist. In case of side effects, contact your doctor.
hypersensitivity to salicylates or any of the other ingredients of the medicine.
not use in or varicella vaccination and no responses in acne vulgaris, wounds, ulcers or viral, bacterial or fungal infections of the skin in the scope.
6.5. Special precautions
Avoid prolonged, large areas of skin under occlusion or apply to infants and toddlers or in patients with damaged kidneys.
The gel contains alcohol. Avoid contact with open wounds, eyes and mucous membranes.
6.6. Pregnancy and breastfeeding
During pregnancy and lactation, the use of Mobilat large areas of skin or over a longer period avoided.
6.4. Undesirable effects
In rare cases, hypersensitivity reactions may occur in the form of skin irritation and erythema. These symptoms usually disappear when treatment is withdrawn put, which in this case is called. Local application of corticosteroids may atrophy, hypertrichosis, causing depigmentation, although this is unlikely with this product, given the very low concentration of corticoids.
The method of administration excludes the possibility of overdosage.
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