Generic drug of the therapeutic class: Cardiology and angiology
active ingredients: Lauromacrogol 400
laboratory: Kreussler Pharma
IV injectable solution
Box of 5 ampoules of 2 ml
Scleropathy of small varicose veins and telangiectasias.
Dosage AETOXISCLEROL BUFFER 0.25% (5 mg / 2 mL) Solution for injection IV Box of 5 ampoules of 2 ml
Intravenous (IV) injectable route.
It is desirable to start each injection session by administering a minimal test dose.
1 to 4 ml of injectable solution per session (½ to 2 ampoules).
Make sure the position of the needle in the varicosity.
· Allergy known to lauromarogol 400 or any of its excipients
· Patients immobilized for prolonged periods
· Recent thrombo-embolic episode
· Evolutionary cancer
· Foramen ovale known symptomatic ovale
· Erysipelas and lymphangitis in the area to be treated
Adverse effects Aetoxisclerol Buffer 0.25%
Adverse effects, observed with different frequencies, are listed below by organic class.
Immune system disorders: anaphylactic shock, angioedema, urticaria, asthma
Nervous system disorders: headache, migraine, paresthesia, unconsciousness, confusional state, vertigo
Ocular disorders: phosphenes, scotomes, amaurosis
Heart disorders: palpitations. Due to the arrhythmogenic properties of lauromacrogol, possibility of cardiovascular collapse due to the systemic passage of the product.
· Neovascularization, hematoma
· Superficial thrombophlebitis, phlebitis
· deep vein thrombosis
· pulmonary embolism,
· Vasovagal syncope,
· Vasculitis, leukocytoclastic vasculitis
Respiratory, thoracic and mediastinal disorders: dyspnoea, feeling of oppression
Gastrointestinal disorders: dysgeusia, nausea
Skin and subcutaneous tissue disorders:
Hyperpigmentation of the skin, bruise
Allergic dermatitis, contact urticaria, erythema
Hypertrichosis (in the treated area)
General disorders and accidents related to the site of administration:
Injection site pain (short term), injection site thrombosis (local intravarious blood clots)
Local necrosis-like reactions, particularly in the skin and underlying tissues (and in some rare cases, in the nerves), have been observed in the treatment of varicose veins of the legs after inadvertent injection into the skin. surrounding tissues (para-venous injection). The risk is increased with increasing concentrations and volumes injected.
Fever, hot flash
Investigations: abnormal blood pressure
Lesions and intoxications: lesion of a nerve