For Accelerated Pain Relief
- Diclofenac Diethylamine B.P. 1.16% w/w eq. to Diclofenac sodium 1%w/w + Linseed Oil B.P. 3%w/w + Methyl salicylate I.P. 10%w/w +Menthol I.P. 5% w/w + Capsaicin USP 0.025%w/w+ Preservative Benzyl Alcohol I.P. 1%w/w
Topical nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drug formulations produce a site-specific effect (ie, cyclo-oxygenase inhibition) while decreasing the systemic exposure that may lead to undesired effects in patients.
Topical preparations have a good safety profile, which might benefit the elderly and pediatric populations and those presenting with intolerance to traditional treatments.
Actiwalk Gel / Roll-On is,
- An analgesic non-steroidal anti-inflammatory non-invasive drug.
- Topical applicative to reduce and manage chronic pain.
- Topical DDEA 1.16% gel is clinically proven to be effective and well-tolerated in acute and chronic musculoskeletal conditions.
diclofenac DEA gel applied 4 times daily
has been shown to effectively relieve the pain of OA of the knee in a large, placebo-controlled study with well-accepted clinical pain measurements. Therefore diclofenac DEA gel
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can be recommended as first-line therapy for the treatment of the pain of OA of the knee diclofenac DEA gel applied 4 times daily has been shown to effectively relieve the pain of OA of the knee in a large, placebo-controlled study with well accepted clinical pain measurements. Therefore diclofenac DEA ge diclofenac DEA gel applied 4 times daily has been shown to effectively relieve the pain of OA of the knee in a large, placebo-controlled study with well accepted clinical pain measurements. Therefore diclofenac DEA g
- With good tolerability DDEA 1.16% gel may be a preferable alternative to oral NSAIDs.
- Can be recommended as first-line therapy for the treatment of the pain of OA of the knee.
- Proved to possess noticeable antiarthritic and immunomodulatory activity.
- Rich in α-linolenic acid, inhibits arachidonic acid (inflammatory mediators) induced inflammation.
- More effective in the improvement of symptoms and function of patients with mild to moderate carpal tunnel syndrome as compared with hand splint.
Methyl salicylate and Menthol
- Topical NSAID Methyl salicylate is documented as an option in the management of temporomandibular joint disorder (TMD) with a better safety profile and a non-invasive alternative to reduce their pain.
- Menthol-based topical analgesic was more effective than ice for decreasing delayed onset muscle soreness induced symptoms of pain in the elbow flexors.
- Significant pain relief from muscle strain following 8-hour application of a patch containing methyl salicylate and menthol compared to placebo in a randomized double blind trial.
- 0.025% capsaicin cream as symptomatic therapy in patients with osteoarthritis (OA) pain reported a greater reduction of pain on the visual analog scale at 4 weeks.
- Joint tenderness evaluated by palpation declined in capsaicin-treated patients.
- Used as an antimicrobial preservative in many topical preparations.