Tradename
Srilane 5%
Generic Name
Category
Musculoskeletal System
Form
Cream
Composition
Idrocilamide (INN)............................................................................5 g/ 100 g
Exicipient: Propylene glycol............................................................10 g/ 100 g
Emulgade F, octyldodecanol, pruified water q.s. for.................100 g
Description
Topical drug for joint and muscle pains
Properties/Actions

Indications
This drug is recommended in adults and children over 15 years of age, as local adjunct short-term treatment in:
  • Benign joint injuries of the common ankle sprain type and contusions
  • Acute lower back pain
Contraindications
This drug should not be used in the following cases:
  • History of allergy to one of the components of the cream
  • Injured skin, regardless of the lesion: weeping lesions, eczema, infected lesions, burns or open wounds
  • Children under 15 years of age
Drug Interactions
Seek professional advice
Side Effects/Adverse Effects
  • Possible allergic reactions requiring discontinuation of treatment
  • Possibility of normal redness of the skin at the site of application
Report any undesirable or unpleasant effect not mentioned in this leaflet to your pharmacist or doctor.
Pregnancy & Lactation
Seek professional advice
Dosage & Administration
Cutaneous route. Apply as local massages to the painful area, 1 to 3 times daily, until completely rubbed in. Wash hands after use.
Do not apply more than 3 times daily.
Do not use for a prolonged period without medical advice.
Overdosage

Warnings
  • Do not apply to mucous membranes of the eyes
  • The hands must be washed after use to avoid any involuntary contact of the product with the eyes or mucous membranes
Notes

Storage
Packaging
Each tube contains 20 g cream
Manufacturer
MINAPHARM (Egypt)
Date Added/Updated
2nd October 2009 4:52pm

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