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3 D Gel drug information describes its compostion, interactions, working methods, uses, side effects, precautions to be taken before taking..etc

Uses of 3 D Gel

Why and for what indications and diseases 3 D Gel drug is prescribed?

Widening the eye pupil during cataract surgery
Urethral irrigation
Rapid heart beat
Shoulder swelling and stiffness
Stomatitis
Sores pain
Sympathetic nerve block
Tonsilliti

3 D Gel medicine Side Effects

What are the side effects (mostly) caused by 3 D Gel drug?
Vomiting
Swelling
Yellowing of eyes
Hypotension
Hearing problems
Infiltration anaesthesia
Irregular heartbeat
Severe allergic reactions
Paraesthesia
Paralysis of respiratory muscle
Restlessness
Dyspne

Composition Salts in 3 D Gel

List of generics and active salts used in 3 D Gel drug?
Diclofenac (11.6 mg)

Working methodology of 3 D Gel

How the drug 3 D Gel works (pharmacology) for patients?
Blocking the production of a chemical causing pain
fever
and inflammation.

Interactions of 3 D Gel with other medicines

What are the other drugs and chemicals interact with 3 D Gel drug?
Anticoagulants
Antidiabetics
Carbonic anhydrase inhibitors
Carboxymethylcellulose
Corticosteroids
Dextranomer
Heparin
Hyaluronan
Methotrexate
Seprafilm
Sodium hyaluronate
Uricosurics
Valproic acid
Varicella virus vaccine

Precautions to be taken for 3 D Gel

What are all the precautions to be taken before administering 3 D Gel?
Allergic reactions
Do not apply it to open wounds
Do not put dentures or braces back in the mouth for half an hour
Do not use the drug over one week without medical advice
Pregnant
planning to become pregnant or breastfeeding
Take caution if you are allergic to this drug
Use carefully after myocardial infarction and hepatic or renal impairment

Contra Indications of 3 D Gel

When and on what circumstances 3 D Gel has to be avoided?
Allergies
Anemia
Animal bites
Bleeding of the stomach or intestines
Blood clotting Disorder
Breastfeeding
Burning stomach
Children less than two years of age
Deep puncture wounds
Dental anaesthesia
Diabetes
Disease of the heart and blood vessels
Heart block
Hypovolemia
Inadequate vitamin K
Increased cardiovascular event risk
Increased risk of bleeding
Intestinal ulcer
Kidney disease
Liver problems
Overactive thyroid
Patients with allergy to synthetic formulations
Pregnancy
Presence of polyps in the nose
Serious burns
Severe liver disease
Water retention


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