Voltral Emulgel 1% is produced by GSK. It contains diclofenac diethylamine. It is being used for the treatment of pain and inflammation. These swelling are caused by soft tissue injuries and rheumatism. It is the best painkiller tube for pain caused by osteoarthritis of the knee, fingers, back, and shoulders. It is a topical product for pain and inflammation.
Pain in joints
Post-traumatic inflammation of the tendons
Muscle pain and swelling
Sprains and strains
Back pain, knee pain, finger pain
Dose and administration
It is applied on the skin 3-4 times a daily and rubbed gently. You probably want to know the duration or you want to know how long should I take this gel? The answer is that it all depends on the indication and response obtained.
Voltral Amulgel is well tolerated in many cases but when it becomes severe it can cause the following reactions.
Common: Skin and soft tissue disorders include rash, erythema, pruritus, and most common eczema.
Rare: Skin and soft tissue rare side effects include bullous dermatitis.
Very rare: Very rare side effects include Pustular rash, Hypersensitivity, urticaria, angioedema, and asthma and photosensitivity reaction.
Pregnancy and Lactation
We have no previous data to suggest or recommend for pregnant and lactation women. Consult your Gynaecologist or doctor for more details. Do not apply Voltral Amulgel 1% on the breast area while feeding.
Voltral Emulgel 1%
|Voltral Emulgel 1%||Diclofenac Diethylamine|
|Composition||1g of Voltral Emulgel 1.16% contains, 11.6mg of diclofenac diethylamine|
|Symptoms and indications||Pain in Joints, Back Pain, Inflammation, swelling, Injuries|
|Dose||Apply a thin layer on the affected area|