Voltaren 140 mg x 5 Patch: Anti-inflammatory and analgesics
The recommended dose is a medicated plaster twice a day.
Apply a medicated plaster to the painful area twice a day, in the morning and in the evening.
The maximum total daily dose is 2 medicated plasters, even if there is more than one painful area to be treated.
Treat only one painful area at a time.
In adolescents aged 16 and over, if symptoms do not improve or worsen after 7 days, the child or his parents should see a doctor.
Reserved for treatment on the skin (skin treatment)
Tear the envelope containing the medicated plaster over the notch and remove the medicated plaster.
- - Remove one of the two protective films.
- - Apply the plaster to the area to be treated and remove the rest of the protective film.
- - Exert a light pressure with the palms of the hands until you obtain a complete adhesion to the skin.
To remove the plaster:
- - Moisten the plaster with water and lift one edge of the plaster, then gently pull it away from the skin.
- - To remove product residue, gently wash the affected area with water, rubbing the area with your fingers in a circular motion.
- - If necessary, the medicated plaster can be held in place with a mesh bandage.
Precautions for use:
Talk to your doctor or pharmacist before using Voltaren Patch, if you:
- - Suffer or have ever suffered from bronchial asthma or allergies. You may experience a bronchial muscle cramp (bronchospasm), which makes it difficult to breathe.
- - Notice a skin rash which develops after applying the medicated plaster, remove the medicated plaster immediately and stop the treatment.
- - suffer from kidney, heart or liver problems, or if you suffer or have previously suffered from a stomach or intestinal ulcer or intestinal inflammation or a tendency to bleeding.
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