| Actinoma information
Actinoma Gel is a popular clinical remedy which is based on the beneficial properties of diclofenac sodium, the main active ingredient of this medication. Actinoma is known to be purchased as a transparent, clear gel; although Actinoma is colorless, it may present a yellow base. For further medical facts regarding Actinoma Gel check your medication's label.
In most cases, the patient is indicated a therapy course with this medication (commonly referred to as Actinoma Gel) in order to deal with his or her actinic keratoses. However, if you are unsure why your PD has advised you to start using Actinoma on a regular basis you should refer to your medical prescriber.
Individuals who are suffering from a known allergic reaction to polyethylene glycol monomethyl ether, diclofenac, benzyl alcohol, and or hyaluronate sodium should be indicated an alternative therapy option for their clinical condition, as they would probably not respond to a therapy course with Actinoma Gel in an adequate way.
Actinoma is an NSAID remedy; for this reason, patients who have already been exposed to any diclofenac based medication will probably develop a set of unusual clinical manifestations during their treatment course with Actinoma. Individuals who developed any severe adverse reactions during a previous therapy course with another NSAID medication will also probably experience the severe clinical manifestations of Actinoma Gel. For this reason, in such cases the patient's medical prescriber will have to weigh the risks and benefits of such a treatment trial before he or she decides that a therapy with this medication is the best option for the individual's condition.
Patients who are suffering from an active gastro-intestinal ulceration or who are suffering from a severe form of hepatic or renal impairment should not be indicated a therapy course with this medication. One should avoid applying this clinical remedy to skin areas with wounds / sun-burns / wind-burns / etc. Patients who are suffering from skin infectious disorders should avoid applying Actinoma Gel on skin areas affected by such conditions.
Actinoma Intake Guidelines
Before you start using this topical remedy on a regular basis you should make sure that you are well acquainted with the appropriate way in which you can employ your doses of Actinoma Gel. For this reason, it is important to accurately scan the product's label before using any of your indicated amounts of this medication. It is important to discuss any questions that you may have with your medical prescriber. Do not let any amount of Actinoma Gel come into direct contact with your eyes / mouth / nostrils. In case such an accident occurs, you should wash the respective area with plenty of clean, fresh water. In case any complications arise, alert your medical prescriber.
In case you cannot reach your PD in order to be indicated the adequate dosage schedule with Actinoma Gel which you ought to employ during your therapy course with this medication you may consult the product's label. You will find a set of useful instructions, that you can apply at least until your medical prescriber becomes reachable.
Over-dosage with Actinoma Gel will probably lead to the development of a set of isolated adverse manifestations for which it is important to receive the adequate symptomatic therapy. A more severe condition arises in case the patient accidentally ingests a certain amount of this topical remedy. In such cases, it is imperative to alert the nearest poison control facility and your PD. Hospitalization may be required, as several severe, life-threatening clinical manifestations may arise.
Actinoma Missed Dose
In order to make sure that you will be granted the best beneficial results from your therapy course with this topical product, it is important not to neglect your dosing routine with Actinoma Gel. By taking all of your indicated doses of this remedy, you will avoid prolonging the span of your treatment with this medication. In case a patient younger than 18 misses a indicated dose of Actinoma Gel, he or she should immediately alert their medical prescriber in order to find out the best way in which they can deal with such a situatition.
Actinoma Side Effects
Various clinical studies have shown that a therapy course with Actinoma Gel may lead to the development of local dermal clinical manifestations (the most common include: dry skin, exfoliation, contact dermatitis, and rash). All individuals should be well aware of the fact that a prolonged therapy course with this topical product may eventually lead to the developing of an allergic reaction with this medication (especially in the case of patients with immunity-related clinical conditions). In other words, those who are following a long term therapy with Actinoma Gel are prone to developing the following adverse manifestations: irritated skin, swollen skin, hives, breathing problems, and so on. Combining your therapy with Actinoma with other topical remedies will increase your risk of developing the side effects of Actinoma Gel.
Although the systemic absorption of Actinoma Gel's ingredients is not that high, a combination of this remedy with any oral NSAID is not recommended. In other words, one should not employ analgesics, anti-inflammatory drugs, Aspirin, and so on, during their therapy course with Actinoma Gel.
Actinoma Other Brand Names
In some countries Actinoma may also be known as:
- Voltaren Colirio;
- Virobron NF;
- Virobron Gel;
- Viartril NF;
- Salicrem Forte;
- Rati Salil D;
- Natura Fenac;
- Metaflex NF;
- Difenac Forte;
- Atomo Desinflamante Geldic;
- Aldoron NF;