Mucosamin Products

Mucosamin Spray

Medical Device Class IIa

30ml bottle

Directions of use:

  • Begin the treatment with MUCOSAMIN Spray when the inflammation (reddening) first appears
  • Apply a suitable amount of the product on the damaged mucosa. Repeat the treatment 3-4 times a day until the lesion heals
  • Do not drink or eat  and do not rinse your mouth for at least one hour after application
  • Pay special attention to oral hygiene and avoid acidic and spicy foods
  • In the presence of candidosis, the use of MUCOSAMIN spray can be combine with anti-fungal therapy

Adjuvant in the regeneration process of oral mucosa in mucositis caused by radio and chemotherapy with rapid pain relief

Adjuvant in the regenerative process of the oral mucosa and prevention of oral mucositis caused by radio or chemotherapy

Mucosamin Mouthwash

Medical Device Class IIa

250ml bottle

Directions of use:

  • Begin the treatment with MUCOSAMIN Mouthwash from first day of radiotherapy or chemotherapy
  • Before treatment, remove any foreign material from the ulcerated area by rinsing or using a swab
  • Rinse mouth 3-4 times per day using 5-10 ml of the product. Distribute the product evenly around the entire oral cavity and keep in mouth for at least 1 minute
  • Do not drink or eat  and do not rinse your mouth for at least one hour after application

Mucosamin Rectal Gel

Medical Device Class IIb

6 x 5g tubes

Directions of use:

  • Begin the treatment with MUCOSAMIN Rectal gel from first day of radiotherapy or chemotherapy
  • Before applying the product cleanse the affected area very well
  • Remove the cap of the tube, introduce the applicator gently and press to dispense the entire gel content. If necessary, before introducing the applicator, take a small amount of gel and lubricate the applicator so it is easier to insert. Each tube is single-use.
  • MUCOSAMIN Rectal gel should be applied once a day or more often, depending on the severity of symptoms
Mucosamin Rectal GEL

Treatment of actinic proctitis induced by radiotherapy on the pelvic district and proctitis during chemotherapy or radio-chemotherapy

Mucosamin Vaginal CREAM

Treatment of actinic vulvovaginitis induced by radiotherapy on the pelvic district and in vulvovaginitis during chemotherapy or combined radiotherapic treatment

Mucosamin Vaginal Cream

Medical Device Class IIb

30g tube

Directions of use:

  • Begin the treatment with MUCOSAMIN Vaginal cream from first day of radiotherapy or chemotherapy
  • Before applying the product cleanse the affected area very well
  • After removing the cap, screw on the applicator and squeeze the cream in the tube until the applicator is completely full
  • Insert the applicator into the vagina and press the piston to dispense the cream. Applicators are single-use
  • MUCOSAMIN Vaginal cream should be applied once a day or more often, depending on the severity of symptoms

Radioderm® Spray

Medical Device Class IIa

30ml bottle

RADIATION DERMATITIS

  • All patients receiving radiotherapy are at potential risk of developing some form of radiation dermatitis.
  • Approximately 85% will experience a moderate to severe skin reaction.
  • Of which 10-15% will develop serious problems such as moist desquamation
  • Radiation dermatitis is a frequent side-effect of radiotherapy and often complicates the treatment of mammary, prostate, perineum and head and neck carcinomas.
  • Early skin alterations include erythema and desquamation.
  • Later alterations can include changes to pigmentation, blood vessels, hair loss, atrophy, fibrosis and ulcerations.

THERAPEUTIC AIMS

  • To preserve the functions of the skin barrier To delay exfoliation of the skin
  • To slow lesion evolution (exudation, scabs, necrosis)
Radioderm Spray CE

Prevention and treatment of radiodermatitis

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