Instructions for Nise (Nimesulide) gel
gel d/external approx. 1%: tubes 20 g or 50 g
1% light yellow or yellow outdoor gel, transparent, free from foreign particles.
nimesulide 10 mg
N-methyl-2-pyrrolidone - 250 mg,
propylene glycol - 100 mg,
macrogol - 315.5 mg,
isopropanol - 100 mg,
water purified - 200 mg,
carbomer 940 - 20 mg,
butyl hydroxyanisol - 0.2 mg,
thiomersal - 0.1 mg,
potassium dihydrophosphate - 0.2 mg,
flavoring agent (Narcissus-938) - 4 mg.
20 g - tubes made of laminated aluminium (1) - cardboard packs.
50 g - tubes made of laminated aluminium (1) - cardboard packs.
Clinical-pharmacological groups / Group affiliation
NSAID for external use
Active substance Nise
List B. The drug should be stored in a place inaccessible to children, dry, protected from light at a temperature not higher than 25 °C. Do not freeze.
Best before date
Shelf life is 2 years.
- Local symptomatic treatment of inflammatory and degenerative diseases of the musculoskeletal system:
- joint syndrome in acute gout;
- rheumatoid arthritis;
- psoriatic arthritis;
- ankylosing spondyloarthritis;
- osteochondrosis with spine syndrome;
- inflammatory lesions of ligaments, tendons, bursitis;
- scias, lumbago;
- muscle aches of rheumatic and non-rheumatic origin;
- Post-traumatic inflammation of the soft tissues and the musculoskeletal system (ligament injuries, bruises).
Method of use, course and dosage Nimesulide:
Outside. Before applying the gel, wash and dry the skin surface. Apply a gel column of approximately three cm in length on the area of maximum soreness without rubbing three to four times/day with a uniform thin layer.
The quantity of gel and the frequency of its use (not more than 4 times/day) can vary depending on the size of the treated area and the patient's reaction.
Do not use the gel for more than ten days without consulting a doctor.
Use in children
It is contraindicated in children under 7 years of age.
It should be used with caution in children older than 7 years.
Nosology (ICD codes)
Seropositive rheumatoid arthritis
Psoriatic and enteropathic arthropathy
Lumbago with Sciatica
Synovitis and tenosinovites
Soft tissue diseases related to load, overload and pressure
Superficial injury of an unspecified area of the body (including abrasion, bruising, bruising, hematoma, bite of a non-venomous insect)
Dislocation, stretching and overtension of the capsule-bonding apparatus of the unspecified body region joint