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Satogesic pad

Generic name: methyl salicylate topical [meth-il-sa-liss-il-ate-top-ik-al]
Names of brands: arthricare cream, boroleum, castiva cooling, coats aloe liniment for analgesics, cold and hot pain relief,… Show the 25 brands
Drug class: topical rubefacient

What is a Satogesic pad?

Satogesic pad (for the skin) is used for short-term relief from minor aches and pains that are caused by strains, sprains, and arthritis bruises, discomfort from nerves, a basic backache, or discomfort in the lower back.

Satogesic pad can also be used for other purposes not covered in this guideline for medication.

Side effects of Satogesic pad

See a doctor immediately. Get medical attention immediately if you notice symptoms or warning signs of an allergic response, such as difficulty breathing, hives, and swelling of your lips, face, tongue, throat, or face.

Satogesic pads can cause severe adverse reactions. Stop using satogesic pad immediately, and contact your doctor immediately in the event that you experience:

  • The swelling or redness of the area treated
  • An increase in pain, more pain
  • Intense skin irritation, like an intense burning or skin irritation such as blisters, itching, blisters, or pain.

More minor side effects might be more likely, or there may be no side effects whatsoever.

This is not a comprehensive list of possible side effects, and other side effects could occur. Ask your physician for medical advice regarding adverse effects. It is possible to report any symptoms with fda at 1-800-fda-1088. Fda via 1-800-fda-1088.


Follow the directions on the label and in the package. Follow the instructions exactly.

Prior to use this drug

Ask your doctor or pharmacist whether satogesic pad is suitable for you if you have ever suffered from an allergic reaction (especially in the case of aspirin or other salicylates).consult a physician before using this medication if you are breastfeeding or pregnant.

If you are breastfeeding, refrain from applying this medication to the nipple areas of your not give this medication to a child without medical guidance.

How to take a Satogesic pad?

Follow the directions on the label or as recommended by your not chew it. The topical medication is intended for use exclusively on your skin.apply only to dry, clean skin. Do not apply too much to large areas of the skin.

Don't apply it to open wounds or on skin that has been burned, sunburned, blistered, or is otherwise inflamed.certain forms of this medicine are appropriate for use with young children. Follow all directions when using this medicine for children.apply a thin coating of medication to the area that is painful and gently rub it in.apply the patch to the area that is hurting, and press the edges with firm pressure. Take the patch off and put a new one on according to the instructions.mix and shake the spray thoroughly prior to every use.

Cleanse your hands with soap and water after applying the medicine or touching an application patch for your skin. To prevent the medication from getting on your hands, use gloves made of rubber, a cotton ball, a cot, or a clean, dry tissue.if you're using the medicine to treat a part of your fingers or hands, make sure you wait at least 30 minutes before washing your hands.

Do not cover the area with a bandage heating pad.stop taking this medicine and contact your doctor in the event that your pain doesn't improve after 7 days or if the symptoms start to get worse or better. Return in a few days.keep at room temperature, free of heat, humidity, and direct sunlight.

What happens if i miss a dose?

Satogesic pads can be used as required. If you're following a regular dosing regimen, you should skip missed doses. Do not take two doses at once.

What happens if i overdose?

Get medical attention immediately, or contact the poison help line at 1-800-222-1222, in the event that anyone has swallowed the medication accidentally.

What should be avoided?

Do not get a satogesic pad into your eyes. If contact occurs, wash your eyes with water. Be sure to avoid getting the medication in your mouth, nose, vagina, rectum, or snout.

Be sure to avoid taking the medicine on dentures, contact lenses, or other devices that come into contact with delicate areas of your not use other medications in the same areas of treatment without medical guidance.

Interaction with other drugs

Skin care products aren't likely to be influenced by any other medications you take. However, many drugs may interact. Inform your doctor about all the medications you are currently taking, such as prescription and over-the-counter medications, vitamins, and herbal remedies.