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Indomicin - Indications:
  • Abdominal pain associated with menstrual periods (dysmenorrhoea)
  • Acute gout
  • Inflammation of joints
  • Muscle pain (myalgia)
  • Pain
  • Pain following surgery

  • Indomicin belongs to a group of medicines called non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs). It works by blocking the production of a chemical (prostaglandin) which the body produces in response to injury or certain diseases. This prostaglandin would otherwise go on to cause swelling, pain and inflammation. All the medicines in this group reduce inflammation caused by the body's own immune system and are effective pain killers.

    Oral Pain and inflammation associated with musculoskeletal and joint disorders

    Adult: Initially, 25 mg bid-tid, increased if necessary by 25-50 mg daily at wkly intervals to 150-200 mg daily. Oral Acute gout

    Adult: 150-200 mg daily in divided doses until signs and symptoms disappear. Oral Dysmenorrhoea

    Adult: 75 mg daily. Oral Night pain and morning stiffness

    Adult: Up to 100 mg/day, on retiring. May also be given as rectal suppository. Total combined oral and rectal doses should not exceed 200 mg/day. Oral Juvenile rheumatoid arthritis

    Child: 2-14 yr: start with 1-2 mg/kg/day in divided doses. Max: 3 mg/kg/day or 150-200 mg/day, whichever is lower. Intravenous Closure of patent ductus arteriosus

    Child: Given as 3 IV doses at 12-24 hr intervals. First dose: start with 0.2 mg/kg. Second and third doses (based on neonatal age at first dose): if <48 hr old, use 0.1 mg/kg/dose; if 2-7 days old, use 0.2 mg/kg/dose; if >7 days old, use 0.25 mg/kg/dose. Withhold treatment if urine output is <0.6 ml/kg/hr. Infuse each dose over 20-30 min. Second course of 1-3 doses may be repeated if ductus arteriosus remains open or re-opens 48 hr after the first course. Surgery may be required if neonate is unreponsive to 2 courses of treatment. Ophthalmic Prophylaxis of miosis during cataract surgery

    Adult: As 0.5 or 1% solution: Instill 2 drops, repeat 2 hr later on the day before surgery, followed by 2 drops 3 hr before and 2 drops 1 hr before procedure. May instill up to 6 times/day post-operatively to prevent cystoid macular oedema, continue treatment until inflammatory signs have resolved. Reconstitution: Add 1-2ml of preservative free 0.9% sodium chloride or water for injection. Further dilution of the reconstituted injection in IV infusions is not recommended. Reconstitution to be performed prior to injection and unused portion should be discarded. Incompatibility: Glucose solution. Reconstituting in solutions

    Oral Chronic musculoskeletal and joint disorders

    Adult: Initially, 25 mg bid-tid, increased if necessary by 25-50 mg daily at wkly intervals to 150-200 mg daily. Oral Acute gout

    Adult: 150-200 mg daily in divided doses until signs and symptoms disappear. Oral Mild to moderate pain in patients with dysmenorrhoea

    Adult: 75 mg daily. Oral Alleviation of night pain and morning stiffness

    Adult: Up to 100 mg/day, on retiring. May also be given as rectal suppository. Total combined oral and rectal doses should not exceed 200 mg/day. Oral Juvenile rheumatoid arthritis

    Child: 2-14 yr: start with 1-2 mg/kg/day in divided doses. Max: 3 mg/kg/day or 150-200 mg/day, whichever is lower. Intravenous Closure of patent ductus arteriosus

    Child: Given as 3 IV doses at 12-24 hr intervals. First dose: start with 0.2 mg/kg. Second and third doses (based on neonatal age at first dose): if <48 hr old, use 0.1 mg/kg/dose; if 2-7 days old, use 0.2 mg/kg/dose; if >7 days old, use 0.25 mg/kg/dose. Withhold treatment if urine output is <0.6 ml/kg/hr. Infuse each dose over 20-30 min. Second course of 1-3 doses may be repeated if ductus arteriosus remains open or re-opens 48 hr after the first course. Surgery may be required if neonate is unreponsive to 2 courses of treatment. Ophthalmic Prevention of miosis during cataract surgery

    Adult: As 0.5 or 1% solution: Instill 2 drops, repeat 2 hr later on the day before surgery, followed by 2 drops 3 hr before and 2 drops 1 hr before procedure. May instill up to 6 times/day post-operatively to prevent cystoid macular oedema, continue treatment until inflammatory signs have resolved. Reconstitution: Add 1-2ml of preservative free 0.9% sodium chloride or water for injection. Further dilution of the reconstituted injection in IV infusions is not recommended. Reconstitution to be performed prior to injection and unused portion should be discarded. Incompatibility: Glucose solution. Reconstituting in solutions

    Indications:

    Adult: PO Musculoskeletal and joint disorders Initial: 25 mg 2-3 times/day, up to 150-200 mg/day. Acute gout 150-200 mg/day in divided doses. Dysmenorrhoea 75 mg/day. Alleviation of night pain and morning stiffness Up to 100 mg/day at bedtime. Ophth Prevention of miosis during cataract surgery As 0.5 or 1% soln: Instill 2 drops, repeat 2 hr later on the day before surgery, followed by 2 drops 3 hr before and 2 drops 1 hr before procedure.

    Active ingredients: Indometacin
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