Ibuprofen 50% ampoules 2 ml. 10 amp

Ibuprofen 50% ampoules 2 ml. 10 amp
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Ibuprofen is used for:
• short-term response to acute moderately strong to strong pain of various origins.
• lowering of the high temperature in refractoriness to other treatments.

Ibuprofen 50% ampoules 2 ml. 10 amp
Ibuprofen containing active substance metamizole sodium, which relates to the pain medication ( analgesics ) . At the same time he manifests temperature decreasing effect.
Ibuprofen is used for:
• short-term response to acute moderately strong to strong pain of various origins.
• lowering of the high temperature in refractoriness to other treatments .
2 . BEFORE YOU USE analgin
Ibuprofen does not apply in the following cases :
• if you are allergic ( hypersensitive) to the active substance Metamizol or other medicines of the pyrazolone derivatives;
• if you suffer from acute hepatic porphyria (an inherited disease with abnormal production of red blood cells) or congenital glucose-6- phosphate dehydrogenase deficiency (an inherited disease with deficiency of this enzyme ) ;
• if you have severe liver and / or kidney disease ;
• if you have impaired bone marrow function (after cytostatic treatment) or hematologic (blood ) diseases such as aplastic anemia (a decrease in the number of blood cells , causing weakness , bruising or increased likelihood of infection ) , agranulocytosis ( strong reduction of the number of white blood cells , which increases the likelihood of infections) , leukopenia (reduction in the total number of white blood cells) ;
• if you have hypotension ( low blood pressure) or unstable blood circulation ;
• during pregnancy and lactation ;
• in children under 15 years of age.
Take special care with Ibuprofen
Ibuprofen contains Metamizol pyrazolone derivative in which there is a small but life-threatening risk of shock ( circulatory collapse ), and agranulocytosis . The development of agranulocytosis not dose dependent and can not be predicted. Metamizole appointed with caution in patients suffering from allergic diseases, patients with hypersensitivity to analgesic and antirheumatic drugs ( analgesics intolerance ) , as well as other medications or foods due to increased risk of allergic reactions and asthma attacks . The risk of possible severe hypersensitivity reactions to Metamizol is significantly increased in the following patient groups :
• patients with asthma analgesic syndrome ;
• patients with bronchial asthma , especially suffering from rhinosinusitis (inflammation of the nose and nasal cavity ) and nasal polyps ;
• patients with hypersensitivity to dyes (eg tartrazine ) or preservatives ( benzoates ) ;
• patients with alcohol intolerance . Such patients react to even small amounts of alcohol with symptoms such as sneezing , watery and flushing . Such alcohol intolerance may be a sign of undiagnosed syndrome analgesic asthma.
Before applying Ibuprofen injection is necessary doctor should be informed if you have any of these diseases or conditions. In patients with increased risk of hypersensitivity reactions Ibuprofen injection can be given only after careful assessment of the benefit / risk ratio .
Ibuprofen injection may cause a reduction in blood pressure. The risk of such a reaction is increased also in :
• patients with low blood pressure or fluid loss , poor circulation or early circulatory collapse (eg in patients with heart attack or serious injury ), patients with fever . In such patients, intramuscular injection of Ibuprofen should be in the supine position of the patient and under constant control of blood pressure, heart rate and breathing.
Metamizole should be used only under careful control of hemodynamic parameters in patients in whom it is necessary to avoid a decrease in blood pressure , e. severe coronary heart disease or narrowing of cerebral vessels , leading to impaired blood circulation . Metamizole should be used with caution in patients with renal or hepatic impairment (see section 3 ) .
Taking other medicines
Please tell your doctor or pharmacist if you are taking or have recently taken any other medicines, including medicines obtained without a prescription.
• Co-administration of metamizole and chlorpromazine (medicine for the treatment of mental illness) may lead to a sharp decrease in body temperature.
• Co-administration of Metamizol and coumarin anticoagulants, such as warfarin and acenocoumarol (medicines that reduce blood clotting) is desirable to be avoided.
• Metamizole reduces the effect of cyclosporin (a drug to be administered after transplantation and in the treatment of tumors ) .
• Chloramphenicol and other myelotoxic products (drugs that damage blood formation ) increase the risk of side effects from the hematopoietic system when used with Metamizol .
• Do not take Ibuprofen together with hypnotics , medications for depression , contraceptives , analgesics, allopurinol ( for gout ) ;
• Metamizole may be reacted with captopril (for the treatment of heart disease and high blood pressure), lithium ( used to treat mental disorders) , methotrexate (used to treat rheumatic diseases and tumor ) and triamterene (water ) , and to alter the effect of antihypertensive ( blood pressure lowering ) products and diuretics ( water pills ) .
Taking Ibuprofen with food and drink
During treatment with Ibuprofen is not recommended alcohol consumption due to the potential increase in adverse effects of the drug.
Pregnancy and lactation
Ask your doctor or pharmacist before taking any medicine.
It is not recommended to administer the product during pregnancy .
Use of the product in the lactation period is undesirable . Where its use is unavoidable feeding should be discontinued.
Driving and using machines
Ibuprofen may adversely affect alertness and impairment of response to unexpected situations , and therefore should be avoided driving or operating machines during treatment with it.
3 . HOW TO USE analgin
Always use Ibuprofen exactly as your doctor tells you . If you are not sure, ask your doctor or pharmacist.
• The dose and duration of treatment with Ibuprofen was determined by the attending physician.
Ibuprofen injection is administered intramuscularly.
No intravenously
Inject under medical supervision and readiness for emergency assistance because of a risk of anaphylactic shock in patients with hypersensitivity .
Adults and children over 15 years
For adults and children over 15 years of age ( > 53 kg ) with 1-2 ml 2-3 times daily intramuscularly. As soon as possible proceed to treatment with Ibuprofen tablets .
Patients over the age of 65
Usually do not require dose reduction . In patients with age renal and hepatic function is necessary to reduce the dose. The dose will be determined physician.
Patients with impaired renal and / or hepatic function
If you have a kidney or liver disease, treatment was initiated with a low dose, since the release rate is reduced under these conditions.
If you have any further questions on the use of this product, ask your doctor or pharmacist.
If you receive more than the amount of Ibuprofen
Can be observed nausea , dizziness, abdominal pain, dizziness , fatigue loss of consciousness, sudden drop in blood pressure and heart rhythm disturbances . If signs such as cold sweats , dizziness , nausea , discoloration of the skin and shortness of breath, seek medical attention immediately .
If omitted to apply the dose of Ibuprofen
You should not apply a double dose to make up for a forgotten dose.
Like all medicines, Ibuprofen can cause side effects, although not everybody gets them.
Adverse reactions are classified according to the following frequency : very common (> 1/10 ), common (> 1/100 and <1 /10) , uncommon (> 1 /1, 000 and <1 /100) , rare (> 1 / 10, 000 and <1 /1, 000 ), very rare (<1 /10, 000 ) and not known ( data can not be estimated ) .
• Uncommon (affects less than 1 in 100 people ) Fixed drug exanthema ( round, plate-like , purple to dark red bubbles ) . During or after use - lowering blood pressure which is not accompanied by other signs of hypersensitivity reactions , increased heart rate .
• Rare (occurring in less than 1 per 1000 persons) Leukopenia (decrease the number of white blood cells , which increases the likelihood of infection) , maculopapular rash (formation of skin patches and lymph) , anaphylactic or anaphylactoid reactions , especially parenteral administration. Such reactions may occur during the injection or immediately after it , but they can occur hours later. Typically they occur mostly during the first hour after administration . Milder reactions occur with typical reactions of the skin and mucous membranes (such as itching, burning , redness, hives, swelling) , dyspnea and rarely gastrointestinal complaints . Such milder reactions can go in more severe forms of generalized urticaria , severe angioedema (including laryngeal ), severe bronchospasm, heart-rhythm disorders , low blood pressure (sometimes with a preceding increase in blood pressure), kidney damage , and appearance of protein in the urine , decreased or increased amount of urine , inflammation of the kidney.
• Very rare (occurring in less than 1 out of 10 000 people ) Agranulocytosis ( strongly reduced number of white blood cells , which increases the likelihood of infection ) . Agranulocytosis may occur in patients who Metamizol is applied in the past with no adverse effects . The risk of agranulocytosis increases with prolonged use (over 1 week) of Metamizol .
Characteristic signs of agranulocytosis include inflammatory changes in the skin and mucous membranes of the mouth , throat, genitals , sore throat and fever. A sudden deterioration in the general condition , if the fever does not belong or reappears , the occurrence of painful changes in the mucous membranes and skin , discontinue use of Ibuprofen and consult your doctor. Very rarely is also observed thrombocytopenia (reduced platelet count , which increases the risk of bleeding or bruising) , hemolytic anemia (decreased red blood cells, which can lead to pallor or yellowing of the skin , weakness or dyspnea) , aplastic anemia (severe reduction in the number of blood cells , causing weakness , bruising or increased likelihood of infection ) . Analgesic in patients with asthma , hypersensitivity reactions usually occur in the form of asthma syndrome Stivens-Johnson or Lyell ( severe reaction accompanied by blistering of the skin, mouth , eyes and genitals) .
• Not known: nausea , vomiting , abdominal pain and discomfort, in rare cases, ulcers or bleeding from the lining of the gastrointestinal tract. For parenteral administration may occur pain at the injection site and local reactions rarely even phlebitis .
If any of the side effects gets serious, or you notice other effects not listed in this leaflet , please tell your doctor or pharmacist.
5 . HOW TO STORE analgin
• Store in the original package to protect from light.
• Do not store above 25 ° C.
• Do not freeze !
• Keep out of reach of children.
• Do not use after the expiry date stated on the carton.
• The expiry date refers to the last day of that month.
• Medicines should not be disposed of via wastewater or household waste.
• Ask your pharmacist how to dispose of medicines no longer required . These measures will help to protect the environment.
What does Ibuprofen
• The active substance is Metamizol Sodium 1000 mg in 2 ml of solution for injection .
• Other ingredients: Water for Injection .
Ibuprofen looks like and contents of pack
Clear, colorless to pale yellow solution .
Solution for injection in ampoules of brown glass with a capacity of 2 ml , marked the opening of the vial - colored dot / ring.
10 ampoules in blister PVC foil. Of 1 or 10 blisters in a carton with leaflet.

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