Perkogesic Injection is a medicine used to relieve pain and inflammation. It contains diclofenac as an active ingredient. It is used to relieve acute pain associated with rheumatoid arthritis, gout, pain following an operation, due to dental procedures and trauma. This medicine works by blocking the formation of a chemical prostaglandin, responsible for the sensation of pain, swelling and inflammation. The medicines will be given as an injection by a healthcare professional in a hospital or clinic. The dose and duration of the medicine depend on the underlying condition. Before initiating treatment with the medicine you should let the doctor know if you smoke, have diabetes, blood clotting problem, heart condition, etc....
Q: What is the time of the effect of the injection last?
A: It varies among individuals depending on the physiological nature of an individual. The effects last for 12 hours.
Q: Is Perkogesic Injection safe during pregnancy?
A: Avoid during pregnancy, in the third trimester of pregnancy. Consult the doctor for more information.
Q: How to store Perkogesic Injection?
A: Store the injection below 30°C. Avoid using the unused portion once opened.