Hirudoid cream contains the active ingredient Mucopolysaccharidpolysulfat (Heparinoidum MPS). This prevents the formation of blood clots and promote their recovery.Moreover, inflammation and fluid accumulation in the tissues are eliminated.
After application of cream can Hirudoid after tissue tension and the associated pain, swelling and bruising to go back, the heaviness in the legs is alleviated.
Hirudoid cream is applied:
- In discomfort associated with varicose veins such as pain, heaviness, swelling in the legs (Stauungsödeme);
- For loosening hard scars, the scar care and cosmetic improvement of scars;
- In blunt sports and accident injuries such as bruises, contusions, sprains, bruises and swelling;
- Pain in the muscles and tendons.
With a prescription cream may also Hirudoid
- At (superficial) phlebitis;
- In inflammatory conditions of varicose veins;
- For the treatment of sclerotherapy;
- To support the treatment of venous thrombosis
You can help treat your venous disease by listening to sufficient movement. Prolonged sitting or standing causes congestion and charge your veins. Avoid. Additional burdens such as cigarettes and alcohol in excess, or severe bloating diet, obesity and overheating due to sunbathing and excessive use of the sauna
Follow the advice of your doctor or health care professional that go beyond the application of Hirudoid, such as gymnastics or wearing support stockings.
Hirudoid cream should not be used in patients with a known hypersensitivity to any of the other excipients or heparinoid.
Hirudoid cream should only be applied to intact skin. Please make sure that the cream is not with open wounds, eyes or mucous membrane comes in contact.
With venous diseases, which are based on the existence of a Blutpfropfes (called thromboembolism), must not be massaged.
If your symptoms persist for longer or if symptoms get worse, you should always consult a doctor or health care professional.
Tell your doctor, pharmacist or druggist or health care professional, pharmacist or druggist if you are suffering from other illnesses, allergies or any other medicines (including those purchased) are taking or using them externally!
On past experience, when used as designated no risk to the fetus is not known. Systematic scientific studies but were never carried out. As a precaution you should avoid during pregnancy and lactation on drugs or your doctor, pharmacist or druggist, or your doctor, pharmacist or druggist for advice.
Unless the doctor or the doctor will prescribe, several times a day a cream strand of 3-5 cm (more if needed) and rub lightly until the disappearance of the cream. In thromboembolic disease (blood clot) may however not be massaged.
In the tube to 100 g due to the larger tube opening only about a third of the specified length of the cream strand (ie, 1-2 cm) is applied.
In particularly painful inflammation and thrombosis in the affected area and its surroundings are spread too careful with cream and covered with bandages. The effect of Hirudoid can be intensified in these cases by additional rubbing the wider area of the diseased tissue site.
For loosening of hard scars recommend a vigorous massage it.
The use and safety of Hirudoid cream in children has been previously tested are not systematically.
Stick to the in the package insert or the doctor or the doctor prescribed dosage. If you think the medicine is too weak or too strong, talk to your doctor, pharmacist or druggist or with your physician, pharmacist or druggist.
Side effects may occur with the use of Hirudoid cream:
In rare cases it can cause hypersensitivity skin reactions (allergy). Tell your doctor or health care professional if you observe appropriate signs. With stronger irritation you should Hirudoid cream no longer apply.
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