Sodium diclofenac

Sodium diclofenac

Diclofenac Sodium is a medicine known commercially as Fisioren or Voltaren.This oral and injectable drug is an anti-inflammatory and anti-rheumatic drug used to treat muscle pain, arthritis and rheumatism.

Indications of Sodium Diclofenac

Renal and biliary colic; otitis; acute attacks of gout; painful spinal syndromes;dysmenorrhea; spondylitis; post-traumatic and postoperative inflammatory or painful conditions in gynecology, orthopedics and dentistry; tonsillitis; osteoarthritis;pharyngotonsillitis.

Side Effects of Diclofenac Sodium

Gases; lack of appetite; depression; seizures; vision disorders; gastrointestinal bleeding;bloody diarrhea; constipation; vomiting; edema at the injection site; skin rashes;somnolence; stomachache; abdominal cramps; gastric ulcer; aphthous stomatitis; glossitis, esophageal lesions; diaphragmatic intestinal stenosis; headache dizziness, dizziness;insomnia; anxiety; Nightmares; sensitivity disorders, including paraesthesia, memory disorders, disorientation; taste disorders; urticaria; hair loss; photosensitivity reaction.

Contraindications of Sodium Diclofenac

Children; individuals with peptic ulcer; Hipersensibility to any of the formula’s components.

Directions for Use of Diclofenac Sodium

Oral use


  • Administer 100 to 150 mg (2 to 3 tablets) of Diclofenac Sodium daily or 2 to 3 divided doses.

Injectable Use

  • Inject one ampoule (75 mg) daily, deep intramuscularly, into the gluteal region. It is not recommended to use the injectable form for more than 2 days.


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