PHYTOBENE®

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Active substances: dexpanthenol, sodium heparin, dimethyl sulfoxide; excipients: ethanol 96%, carbomer 980, polyoxyethylated castor oil, hydrogenated, trometamol, rosemary oil, pine oil, lemon oil, purified water.
Gel for topical application in tub 20 g or 40 g.
Closed (without damage to the skin) injuries and their consequences - edema, myositis, tendonitis and tendovaginitis, ligamentitis, bursitis, hemorrhages, slaughter of soft tissues, muscle tension, tendons and ligaments, chronic traumatism and overload of soft tissues (for example, "elbow of a tennis player") neuralgia of various origin, restriction of mobility of joints (for example, shoulder-palpation periarthritis); acute pain in diseases of the superficial veins of the lower extremities (thrombophlebitis, phlebitis, periflebit, varicose veins, trophic disorders in the background of chronic venous insufficiency).
A thin layer on the affected areas of the body 2-4 times a day. When applying the bandage breathable dressing material is imposed only after penetration of most of the gel into the skin (a few minutes). The duration of the course of treatment is determined individually by the physician and depends on the severity of the disease and the effectiveness of the therapy. You should not miss the use of the drug. The drug should only be applied to intact areas of the skin, preventing it from reaching open wounds, eyes, and mucous membranes.
Injuries (including sports), hematomas, damage to muscles, periarticular structures or joints (without skin lesions) tendinitis and tendovaginitis, bursitis, periarthritis scapular and shoulder epicondylitis (pathological basis of the clinical syndrome "tennis elbow"); acute neuralgia.
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