Nise: Instruction For Use

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Nise: Instruction For Use
Nise: Instruction For Use

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Nise is a nimesulide-based drug with anti-inflammatory, analgesic and antipyretic effects. Available in the form of tablets, suspension and gel for external use. "Nise" is well tolerated during treatment, but before using it, you need to carefully read the instructions to avoid side effects and complications.

Nise: instruction for use
Nise: instruction for use

Indications for the use of the drug "Nise"

The main indication for the use of "Nise" are diseases of the musculoskeletal system, such as:

- sciatica;

- osteoarthritis;

- osteochondrosis;

- arthritis of various etiologies (rheumatoid, psoriatic);

- sciatica;

- articular syndrome with exacerbation of gout and rheumatism;

- inflammation of the tendons and ligaments;

- lumbago;

- tears and other damage to the ligaments;

- inflammation of soft tissues after injury;

- bruises;

- muscle pain.

In addition, Nise can be used as an antipyretic and pain reliever. It effectively fights toothache, headache and postoperative pain, and also has a pronounced anti-inflammatory effect.

Instructions for the use of tablets "Nise"

One tablet contains 50 mg of the main active ingredient - nimesulide. Adults are usually prescribed 2 tablets per dose no more than twice a day. It is advisable to drink the medicine before meals, however, if you have gastrointestinal diseases or poor tolerance to the drug, you can use it during meals. Children over the age of 12 are prescribed one tablet twice a day. For adolescents weighing 40 kg or more, you can take the adult dosage.

If a teenager has chronic diseases, it is advisable to contact a specialist so that he can calculate the optimal dosage of Nise or prescribe an alternative remedy.

Instructions for the use of suspension "Nise"

Children's syrup "Nise" is approved for use from the age of two. The dosage should be calculated by the doctor, based on the weight and state of health of the child, but most often it is prescribed 2.5-5 ml of suspension 2-3 times a day. However, Nise is not the first choice drug in children due to the high likelihood of complications, therefore, in the absence of alternative medicines, the baby's condition should be closely monitored to make sure that he tolerates the treatment well.

Instructions for the use of gel "Nise"

The gel should be applied exclusively to clean, dry skin. One application requires a small pea of ​​the drug 1-3 cm in diameter (depending on the area of ​​the lesion). It is advisable to smear with the remedy only the area of ​​maximum pain. You can use the Nise gel no more than 3-4 times a day. If the treatment does not help within a week and a half, you should consult your doctor again so that he reconsiders his prescriptions.

The treatment should also be revised if the drug causes one or another negative reaction: itching, redness or peeling of the skin, urticaria, as well as systemic complications (dizziness, nausea, leuokpenia, etc.).

During pregnancy and during breastfeeding, Nise ointment is prohibited for use. It cannot be used by children under the age of 7, as well as by adults suffering from dermatoses and diseases of the gastrointestinal tract.

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