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By July 11, 2022July 18th, 2022Medical Animation

Important Facts About Torax


Torax is a painkiller that is available in both oral and intranasal forms. Its active ingredient is ketorolac tromethamine. While this medicine is generally safe, it may cause serious side effects if taken by people with certain medical conditions. The elderly should be treated with extreme caution and reduced dosages under careful clinical supervision. Here are some important facts about this. These facts can help you make an informed decision about whether to use this.

Intranasal Torax

This is a nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory medication (NSAID). It reduces the hormones in the body that causes pain and inflammation. Also used in the short-term management of moderate to severe pain, primarily in the postoperative setting. It may also be used for other purposes not mentioned in this medication guide. For more information, please contact your physician. Intranasal Torax is available as a spray.

To use Intranasal Torax, you should blow your nose. Then, take a seat or stand slightly forward. Hold the spray container in your hand and gently blow through your nostril. After that, unscrew the plastic cover and clip. Pump five sprays into the air away from your face. Repeat this process for the other nostril. Do not use more than one bottle of Intranasal Torax if the pain is severe.

Intranasal can interact with other drugs. Other drug interactions include difficulty breathing, and swelling of the lips, face, tongue, and throat. In addition, Torax may cause a heart attack or stroke symptoms if taken with certain medications. Therefore, it is important to seek medical advice before using this product.

Torax nasal contraindicates patients with impaired renal function or at risk of renal failure. Pregnant women who are breastfeeding contraindicated Torax.  This can pass into breast milk and affect nursing infants. Thus, for those who are under 18 years old, the use of Intranasal Torax is not recommended. The product is not to be used with other NSAIDs or in higher doses than recommended.

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