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- Availability date:2020-07-30
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Deep hit - a combined drug that exhibits the properties of pharmacologically active components that make up its composition.
Methyl salicylate penetrates the skin, providing analgesic and anti-inflammatory effects.
When applied topically, topical oil causes a reflex increase in blood flow, which helps accelerate the absorption of active components. Eucalyptus oil when applied topically exhibits a similar effect. Menthol will have a mild irritant effect, accompanied by a comfortable sensation of pain relief in the muscles, ligaments and joints.
Deep Hit has a local irritating and analgesic effect, stimulates local blood circulation in the tissues.
Pharmacokinetics The drug is applied topically, therefore, the study of absorption was not conducted.
Symptomatic treatment: muscle pain, stiffness (including lower back pain), sciatica, lumbago, fibrotic inflammation, rheumatic pain, frostbite, pain due to shock and sprains, including those caused by minor sports injuries.
For external use only. adults and children over 5 years old. the cream is recommended to be applied with a thin layer 2-3 times a day on a painful area of the skin and rubbed lightly. the duration of treatment is determined by the doctor and depends on the severity and course of the disease. may be used before or after exercise.
Hypersensitivity to any component of the drug; skin diseases, injuries, wounds at the site of application of the drug; age up to 5 years; hypersensitivity to acetylsalicylic acid, ibuprofen, NSAIDs, especially in patients with a history of BA.
Possible allergic reactions to the components of the drug. burns of the skin, vesicles and a temporary reaction from the skin may occur, including redness, burning and rash, alternating sensations of cold and heat, tingling; itching, hives; cetostearyl alcohol, which is part of the preparation, can cause local skin reactions (for example, contact dermatitis). in case of any side effects, it is necessary to stop the use of the drug and be sure to consult a doctor.
For external use only. Do not apply the gel on damaged skin or on the surface of the skin with signs of local irritation. Do not apply cream on damaged skin. Before using the drug, you must first apply it to a small area of the skin in order to prevent the development of an allergic reaction. some patients, especially those with sensitive skin, may experience discomfort when using the drug in the heat or after taking a bath.
The use of the drug with an occlusive dressing is not recommended.
Avoid contact with eyes and sensitive skin. If Deep Hit gets on the mucous membrane of the eye, it must be washed with warm water. In case of accidental ingestion of the drug, consult a doctor. After applying Deep Hit cream, wash your hands if they are not the object of treatment.
The drug contains salicylates, so you should follow the warnings recommended for acetylsalicylic acid. Avoid contact of the cream with the eyes and its entry into the respiratory tract.
Use during pregnancy and lactation. There are no reports of the dangers of using Deep Hit during pregnancy and lactation, but at this time it should be used with caution, as prescribed by a doctor - like any other medicines.
The ability to influence the reaction rate when driving vehicles or working with other mechanisms. There is no data.
Despite the lack of the required number of controlled trials of drug interaction, it is possible that excessive use of salicylates for topical use can enhance the effect of coumarin anticoagulants and antiplatelet drugs. therefore, patients using coumarin anticoagulants and antiplatelet drugs, including acetylsalicylic acid, should be prescribed with caution.
An overdose is unlikely. application to large areas of the skin or accidental ingestion of the drug inside can cause systemic adverse reactions, depending on the amount of agent used.
Treatment: supportive and symptomatic therapy.
At temperatures up to 25 ° C.