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Emla Dermal Patches 2 - Expiry 02/20

Emla Dermal Patches 2 - Expiry 02/20
Emla Dermal Patches 2 - Expiry 02/20
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Emla Dermal Patches 2 - Expiry 02/20
Emla Dermal Patches 2
 
Numbs Skin. Protects from Pain.
emla ® topical anaesthetic creams and patches are designed for use on skin to protect from the needle pain of vaccinations, blood tests and minor skin procedures. emla® is suitable for adults, children and babies.
 
Ask for emla ® at your pharmacy…to protect from needless pain.  
 
Topical anaesthetic patch for use prior to the following procedures:
  • Needle insertions e.g. blood sampling
  • Vaccinations
  • Superficial skin procedures
  • Split skin grafting (transplantation of skin)
Active Ingredients:
Lignocaine - 25mg/g
Prilocaine - 25mg/g
 

Dosage:

How to apply emla® Patches
emla® patch must be applied at least one hour before the procedure.

1. Ensure the skin is clean and dry. Take hold of the aluminium flap at the corner of the patch and bend it backwards. Next, take hold of the corner of the beige-coloured patch layer. Pull the two layers apart, separating the adhesive surface from the protective liner.
 
2.Making sure you do not touch the white round pad which contains emla®, apply patch to the intended area and press firmly around the edges.
 
3. Time of application can be marked onto the corner of the patch taking care not to press the centre of the dressing. (A ballpoint pen may be used for this purpose).
 

Warnings:
The use of EMLA is contraindicated in patients with congenital or idiopathic methaemoglobinaemia or known hypersensitivity to local anaesthetics. EMLA should not be applied to open wounds other than leg ulcers. When applied near the eyes, EMLA CREAM should be used with particular care since it causes corneal irritation. The safety of EMLA CREAM during pregnancy and breastfeeding has not been established.
 

Extended Information:
emla® cream and patches contain prilocaine 2.5% & lignocaine 2.5%. Always read the label and use as directed. If symptoms persist see your healthcare professional. ® Registered Trademark. Aspen Pharmacare C/O Pharmacy Retailing (NZ) Ltd, Auckland. TAPS PP1698-DC17.
 
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