For prevention of motion sickness.
Scopoderm TTS constitutes a new method of using scopolamine in the form of a patch which is applied behind the ear and which provides for programmed release of the active substance through the intact skin into the bloodstream over a prolonged period of up to 3 days. This so-cAlled transdermal therapeutic system containing scopolamine is designed for the prevention of motion and travel sickness, which gives rise to nausea, dizziness, and vomiting.
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Each patch contains 1.5mg scopalamine.
Adults and children > 10 years: apply 5-6 hours before embarking on journey to a dry, hairless area of skin behind the ear. Remove at the end of the journey or after 72 hours and replace with fresh patch if necessary. Hold by the edge of the patch trying not to touch the silver adhesive side. Wash hands after applying and removing patch. Wash site of application after removal of patch.
Dry mouth; blurred vision; drowsiness; local irritation; rare: urinary retention; impairment of memory, concentration; restlessness; disorientation; confusion; hallucinations.
Pyloric stenosis; impeded urine flow; intestinal obstruction; metabolic disorders; renal, hepatic impairment; raised IOP or Glaucoma; epilepsy; elderly; pregnancy, lactation, children < 10 years.
Avoid alcohol. Wash hands after applying and removing. This product may cause drowsiness. If you are affected by drowsiness or other side effects of the nervous system, then you should not attempt to drive or operate machinery.
Pregnant women should not use without Doctors approval.
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