Nurofen Duralast 200mg Ibuprofen Dermal Patch is indicated for the short-term symptomatic treatment of local pain in: muscular strains, sprains and localised inflammation due to injury of the joint such as osteoarthritis
Each patch is clinically proven to provide targeted relief from muscular pain and tenderness for 24 hours*. In the form of a patch it has both pain relieving and anti-inflammatory effects. Available in 2 & 4 Patches. Each sachet contains 2 dermal patches. Shelf-life after first opening of the sachet: 6months. Do not store above 25°C. Store in the original package in order to protect from light. *Predel HG et al 2017 and Predel HG et al 2018. Always read the label. Use only as directed. If symptoms persist, see your healthcare professional. Reckitt Benckiser, Auckland. 0800 40 30 30. TAPS DA2126CO
For use on the skin only and should only be used on healthy, unbroken skin. Adults, the elderly and adolescents aged 16 years and over: Use one medicated patch every 24 hours. Do not use more of this medicine than the label tells you to. Do not cut the patch or cover with other plaster or non-breathable dressings/bandages. The patch can be applied at any time during the day or night, but should be removed and a new patch re-applied at the same time on the following day. Wash and dry the area to be treated before applying the patch. The patch is flexible and conformable, and if necessary can be applied on or near a joint and will allow for normal movement. As instructed on the label, 1. Remove patch from sachet by tearing/cutting along dotted line. 2. Remove Film “A” and place patch on intact skin. 3. Remove Film “B”, stretch patch slightly and smooth as you apply to skin. 4. Remove Film “C”. 5. Stretch patch slightly and smooth as you apply to skin.
Always read the label. Use only as directed. Keep out of the sight and reach of children. Do not use: • If you are allergic to aspirin, ibuprofen or other anti-inflammatory medicines. If you get an allergic reaction, stop using & see your doctor immediately. • With other anti-inflammatory medicines or medicines that you are using regularly unless a doctor has told you so. • During the last 3 months of pregnancy. • On the eyes, mouth, lips or genital area. • For more than 5 days. If symptoms persist, consult your doctor. • On broken or damaged skin. • On children under 16 years of age. • If the patch is wet. • More than one patch a time.