Symptomatic treatment of muscle pain, stiffness (including lower back pain), sciatica, lumbago, fibrous inflammation, rheumatic pain, frostbite, pain from blows and sprains, including those caused by minor sports injuries.
DIP CHIT 67 g. COMPOSITION
1 g of cream contains
active ingredients: eucalyptus oil 1.97%, turpentine oil 1.47%, menthol 5.91%, methyl salicylate 12.80%
excipients: propylene glycol, cetostearyl alcohol, sodium cetostearyl sulfate, lanolin, mineral oil, purified water.
DIP CHIT 67 g. DOSAGE FORM
MAIN PHYSICAL AND CHEMICAL PROPERTIES:
Homogeneous white cream with menthol and methyl salicylate scent.
Drugs used topically for pain in joints and muscles. ATX code М02А Х.
Deep Hit is a combined preparation with the properties of pharmacologically active components that make up its composition.
Methyl salicylate penetrates the skin and has analgesic and anti-inflammatory effects.
When applied topically, terpentine oil causes a reflex increase in blood flow, which helps to accelerate the absorption of active components.
Eucalyptus oil, when applied topically, has a similar effect.
Menthol has a mild local analgesic effect, accompanied by a feeling of relief from pain in the muscles, ligaments and joints.
Deep Hit has a local irritating, anti-inflammatory and analgesic effect, a warming effect at the site of application, stimulates local blood circulation in tissues.
The drug is intended for topical use, therefore absorption studies have not been carried out.
DIP CHIT 67 g. INDICATIONS
Symptomatic treatment of muscle pain, stiffness (including back pain), sciatica, lumbago, fibrotic inflammation, rheumatic pain, frostbite, pain from shock and sprains, including those caused by minor sports injuries.
Hypersensitivity to the components of the drug. Diseases of the skin, damage, wounds of the skin at the site of application of the drug.
Hypersensitivity to acetylsalicylic acid, ibuprofen or other NSAIDs, especially if there is a history of bronchial asthma.
INTERACTION WITH OTHER DRUGS AND OTHER INTERACTIONS
Although sufficiently controlled interaction trials have not been conducted, it is possible that excessive use of topical salicylates may increase the effect of coumarin and antiplatelet anticoagulants. In this regard, patients taking coumarin anticoagulants and antiplatelet drugs, including aspirin, should be cautious.
FEATURES OF APPLICATION
The drug is intended for external use only. Do not apply the cream to damaged skin areas. Before using the drug, you must first apply it to a small area of the skin in order to prevent the development of allergic reactions.
Some patients, especially those with sensitive skin, may experience discomfort when applied in heat or after taking a bath.
Do not use with occlusive dressing.
Avoid contact with eyes and sensitive skin. In case of accidental contact of the cream in the eyes, rinse them with water and consult a doctor.
If the drug is accidentally swallowed, contact your doctor or the nearest emergency room.
The drug contains salicylates, which are aspirin-like substances, so the same precautions recommended for aspirin should be followed.