Medicine : Emanzen D Tabs

Name:Emanzen D Tabs
Type:Tablet
Manufacturer:Emcure Pharmaceuticals Ltd
Generic Use:Diclofenac Sodium , Serratiopeptidase
Composition:Diclofenac Sodium() , Serratiopeptidase()
Substitutes:amidase d tab , emanzen d tabs , amidase d tab , emanzen d tabs


Generic ( Diclofenac Sodium )



Typical use Of Diclofenac Sodium :Bacterial Eye Infections And Inflammation
Mechanism of action of Diclofenac Sodium :This Medication Is An NSAID, Prescribed For Severe Pain. This Medication Decreases The Hormones That Cause Inflammation And Pain In The Body.
Drug Interaction of Diclofenac Sodium :Diclofenac, Like Other NSAIDs Is Associated With Several Suspected Or Probable Interactions That Affect The Action Of Other Drugs. Some Examples Are Discussed Below. Diclofenac May Increase The Blood Levels Of Lithium (Eskalith) By Reducing The Excretion Of Lithium By The Kidneys. Increased Levels Of Lithium May Lead To Lithium Toxicity. Diclofenac May Reduce The Blood Pressure Lowering Effects Of Blood Pressure Medications. This May Occur Because Prostaglandins Play A Role In The Regulation Of Blood Pressure. When Diclofenac Is Used In Combination With Aminoglycoside Antibiotics [for Example, Gentamicin (Garamycin)] The Blood Levels Of The Aminoglycoside May Increase, Presumably Because The Elimination Of Aminoglycosides From The Body Is Reduced. This May Lead To More Aminoglycoside-related Side Effects. Individuals Taking Oral Blood Thinners Or Anticoagulants [for Example,warfarin (Coumadin)] Should Avoid Diclofenac Because Diclofenac Also Thins The Blood, And Excessive Blood Thinning May Lead To Bleeding. Combining NSAIDs With Methotrexate (Rheumatrex, Trexall) May Reduce The Elimination Of Methotrexate From The Body And Result In Increased Side Effects From Methotrexate.
Side effects of Diclofenac Sodium :Nausea, Stomach Upset, Skin Rash, Acute Toxicity.

INTERACTIONS OF DICLOFENAC SODIUM


How Diclofenac Sodium will impact on Pregnancy ?

Studies In Animals Have Shown Risk To Fetus, However There Are No Sufficient Studies In Humans. This Drug May Be Used In Pregnant Women If Benefit Outweighs The Risk. Patients Should Follow The Advice Of The Doctor Regarding Its Use.

How Diclofenac Sodium will impact during lactation(breastfeeding) ?

Contraindicated: The Drug Should Not Be Used By Breastfeeding Women, As Evidences From Studies Have Shown That There Is A High Risk Of Causing Significant Damage To Infants.

Medicine & Alcohol use and effect of Diclofenac Sodium

No Studies Found






Generic ( Serratiopeptidase )



Typical use Of Serratiopeptidase :To Treat Pain And Inflammation
Mechanism of action of Serratiopeptidase :Serratiopeptidase Is A Naturally Occurring Enzyme, Which Helps To Break Down Certain Proteins, Leading To Decrease In Inflammation And Promotes Wound Healing. Serratiopeptidase Also Eases Pain By Inhibiting The Release Of Specific Pain-inducing Chemicals.
Drug Interaction of Serratiopeptidase :Taking Serratiopeptidase With An Anticoagulant (medication Used To Thin Blood) Such As Aspirin, Clopidogrel, Dalteparin, Enoxaparin, Heparin, And Warfarin May Increase Bleeding.
Side effects of Serratiopeptidase :Side Effects On Use Of Serratiopeptidase For Long Term Is Not Known, However It Seems To Be Safe For Adults For Short-term Treatment (up To 4 Weeks) When Taken Orally. Occasionally Its Use May Cause Allergy, Diarrhea, Urge To Vomit (nausea), Vomiting, Loss Of Appetite, And Bleeding Nose.

INTERACTIONS OF SERRATIOPEPTIDASE


How Serratiopeptidase will impact on Pregnancy ?

Studies In Animals Have Shown Risk To Fetus, However There Are No Sufficient Studies In Humans. This Drug May Be Used In Pregnant Women If Benefit Outweighs The Risk. Patients Should Follow The Advice Of The Doctor Regarding Its Use.

How Serratiopeptidase will impact during lactation(breastfeeding) ?

Contraindicated: The Drug Should Not Be Used By Breastfeeding Women, As Evidences From Studies Have Shown That There Is A High Risk Of Causing Significant Damage To Infants.

Medicine & Alcohol use and effect of Serratiopeptidase

No Studies Found