Painful, phlogistic, or traumatic affections of the joints, tendons, ligaments, and muscles (arthritis, periarthritis, arthrosynovitis, tendinitis, tenosynovitis, bursitis, contusions, sprains, luxations, lesions of the knee’s meniscus, tortocollis, lumbago). Phlebitis, erythemas, and cutaneous phlogistic processes.
No interactions of Fastum Gel with other drugs have been reported. It is, however, opportune to monitor patients under treatment with cumarinic substances.
Well-known is the marked antiphlogistic and pain-antagonizing activity of ketoprofen, the most effective compound in this sense amongst the synthesized non-steroid drugs.
Dosage / Direction for Use: Apply the Fastum Gel (3-5 cm, depending on the extent of the involved area) on the skin once or twice daily, gently rubbing in to help absorption. Use In Pregnancy & Lactation: In pregnant and breastfeeding women, it should be administered only in cases of real necessity and under medical supervision.
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