Diclofenaco pediatrico para que sirve

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Diclofenaco pediatrico para que sirve

diclofenac 100 mg every few hours

This Lexicomp® information explains what you need to know about this medicine, such as what it is used for, how to take it, its side effects, and when to call your health care provider.Trade names: USA.

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WARNING/CAUTION: Although very rare, some people can experience very serious, sometimes life-threatening side effects from taking a medication. If your child has any of the following signs or symptoms that may be related to a very serious side effect, tell your child’s doctor or seek medical help right away:

These are not all the side effects that could occur. If you have questions about side effects, call your child’s doctor. Call your child’s doctor for advice about side effects.

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You should consult your doctor before using NSAIDs (with the exception of Acetylsalicylic Acid), if you have or have had any heart disease (such as angina pectoris, acute myocardial infarction, heart failure).

Before using this medicine, the risks and benefits of its use should be weighed and discussed between you and your doctor. Mainly the following aspects should be considered:

– Allergies:  You should tell your doctor if you have previously had any allergic reaction to this drug, to other anti-inflammatory drugs or to acetylsalicylic acid; to other substances, whether food, preservatives, colorings, flavorings or other drugs.

This medicine should not be used, unless expressly indicated by the physician, in patients with any of the following conditions:  Persons with a history of hypersensitivity to diclofenac or in persons who have developed asthma, urticaria, inflammation of the face and mouth, respiratory distress, severe rhinitis with the administration of acetylsalicylic acid or other anti-inflammatory analgesics.

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Do you want to know what Diclofenac is for? We tell you in a clear and simple way, and as every Monday we come with a new video on the blog, with which you can solve your doubts about this drug (formerly better known by its trade name Voltaren). We explain its dosage, posology, contraindications and side effects.

The first thing we would like to tell you is that you should never take this drug without a doctor’s prescription, as it has contraindications, that is, not everyone can take it and some of its side effects can be serious for some people. That said, we are going to give you all the information you need.

Certain people should be especially cautious with this anti-inflammatory and although sometimes and when strictly necessary, they can take it without problem under medical supervision, they should use the lowest dose that relieves their discomfort and for the shortest possible time.

People suffering from hypertension or cardiovascular diseases should avoid diclofenac or in any case use it only if prescribed by a doctor, as it can increase fluid retention, edema (swelling) as well as the risk of suffering other more severe complications, such as heart attacks if high doses are taken.

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Arteriothrombotic events: Meta-analysis and pharmacoepidemiological data point to a slightly increased risk of arteriothrombotic events (e.g., myocardial infarction) associated with diclofenac use, particularly at high doses (150 mg daily) and during long-term treatment (see General Precautions).

Dosage: As a general recommendation, dosage should be adjusted individually. Adverse effects can be minimized by using the minimum effective dose for the shortest time necessary to control symptoms (see General Precautions).

General Population: Adult-specific pharmaceutical formulations of CATAFLAM® (e.g., tablets) are available. The initial daily dose is 50 to 75 mL. In milder cases 37.5 to 50 mL per day is usually sufficient.

Established cardiovascular disease or significant cardiovascular risk factors: In general, treatment with CATAFLAM® PEDIATRIC is not recommended in patients with established cardiovascular disease or uncontrolled hypertension. If necessary, patients with established cardiovascular disease, uncontrolled hypertension, or significant risk factors for cardiovascular disease should be treated with CATAFLAM® PEDIATRIC only after careful consideration and only at daily doses ≤100 mg if treated for more than 4 weeks (see General Precautions).