Catafast 50Mg | 9 Sachet
Catafast 50Mg | 9 Sachet
Catafast 50Mg | 9 Sachet Catafast 50Mg | 9 Sachet Catafast 50Mg | 9 Sachet

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Catafast is considered one of the fastest and most powerful analgesic drugs used by many, whether to relieve headaches, toothaches, or other pains, as it contains the active substance, diclofenac potassium, which is found at a concentration of 50 mg, which works to relieve inflammation and pain and reduce fever.

It also contains some other ingredients: saczoum, aspartame, potassium bicarbonate, anise powder, saccharin, menthol, aromatic mint.

Information about Catafast 50 mg
This medicine contains the active substance "Diclofenac Potassium", a substance that belongs to the family of analgesic and anti-rheumatic substances, targeting the musculoskeletal system.

This medicine works by inhibiting the formation of prostaglandins, a substance that causes pain and fever.

It is available in the form of effervescent granules with a concentration of 50 mg.

Indications for use Catafast effervescent
It is used to treat the following conditions:

Reduce tooth pain

Reducing pain caused by gum infections

Back, shoulder and neck pain treatment.

Treatment of acute gout

During painful menstrual days such as dysmenorrhea

Pain resulting from rheumatism

Treating pain caused by sprained feet

Relieves all kinds of headaches, especially migraines

Treatment of infections affecting the female reproductive system, such as inflammation of the ovaries

Lowering body temperature

Dentists prescribe it after surgery due to its ability to relieve acute pain

Relief of symptoms of the common cold such as bone and muscle pain

Treating postoperative pain and swelling

Spinal pain treatment

Catafast side effects
Catafast, like any other pain reliever, may result in some side effects, the most important of which are:

Feeling of vomiting and nausea.

dizziness, headache;


Bloating and indigestion.



Rash and swelling of the face and throat.

Some damage to liver function.

sudden chest pain

Shortness of breath, difficulty swallowing, and feeling dizzy.

swelling in the feet

It may cause a high fever or sore throat.

May cause mood swings, seizures, and memory impairment.

Blurred vision

Taking this medicine may make you want to sleep more

Contraindications: Catafast 50 mg
There are some people who should not take this medicine for their health, such as:

People who are allergic to any of the ingredients of the drug

It is not recommended to take the drug for patients with heart, liver and kidneys

Anemic patients should not take this medicine

It is preferable not to take the drug for patients with blood clots

It is forbidden to use during pregnancy and lactation

It is not used for patients suffering from stomach ulcers and hemorrhagic bleeding.

It is not used for asthma patients

Catafast should not be taken by children under 14 years of age

Patients with respiratory allergies should be prevented from taking this drug

It should not be taken by those who suffer from blood thinners.

Also, those who suffer from an increase in potassium should not take Catafast.

Catafast uses
Catafast for the course:
Catafast 50 mg can be used to reduce menstrual pain, and the dose ranges from 2 to 3 sachets per day or when necessary.

Catafast for teeth:
It relieves toothache and gum infections, but it does not treat the cause of the pain and inflammation.

How to use Catafast Dental:

The contents of the sachet are emptied into half a cup of water, dissolved, and then consumed.

It is preferable to take Catafast after meals so as not to cause stomach problems.

Catafast for pregnant women:
It is not recommended to use Catafast for pregnant women except when necessary and after consulting a doctor

It is also forbidden to use kavast in the last three months of pregnancy, because it may cause problems for the fetus or problems at birth

Catafast and lactation:
It is not recommended to take Catafast effervescent during lactation because it may harm the baby, so it is preferable not to take it unless necessary and under the supervision of a doctor.

Catafast and Compression:
The diclofenac potassium in Catafast effervescent tablet may cause an increase in blood pressure, and it may also cause an increase in the level of potassium in the blood if the patient is taking blood pressure medicines that increase the level of potassium in the blood.

Therefore, patients with high blood pressure should not take Catafast 50 mg.

Catafast doses
The doctor determines the appropriate dose of the drug according to the patient's health condition and age, and the usual dose is as follows:

Dosage of Catafast for children over 14 years:
1 to 2 Catafast effervescent sachets per day and the dose should not exceed 3 sachets per day

Dosage of Catafast effervescent for adults:
From 2 to 3 sachets per day, and the dose should not exceed 4 sachets per day

Dosage of Catafast effervescent for menstruation:
3 sachets per day or as needed and the dose should not exceed 4-5 sachets per day

Dosage of Catafast for migraine:
At the onset of pain, one sachet of Catafest effervescent is taken, and if the pain does not subside within two hours, another sachet can be taken

Catafast effervescent can be taken every 4 or 6 hours, but the daily dose does not exceed 5 sachets

Warnings when taking Catafast
There are some precautions that must be taken into account when taking Catafast effervescent:

Do not drink alcoholic beverages while taking Betfast.

You should consult your doctor before taking aspirin or any other painkillers

This drug is used with extreme caution for the elderly, because they are the most vulnerable group to the side effects resulting from taking this drug

If you suffer from liver disease, kidney disease, migraine headaches or heart disease, you should tell the attending physician

It is necessary to stop taking the drug immediately if this results in the presence of bloody vomiting

The drug should be discontinued immediately if it results in blood in the stool

In case of feeling any of the aforementioned side effects, the drug should be stopped and refer to the attending physician.

It is preferable not to drive a car while taking the medicine, as it may cause drowsiness.

Catafast interactions with other medicines
Chemical interactions may occur between the drugs and each other if they are taken, so the doctor must be informed of all the medications that are taken 

You take it during treatment, to reduce doses or to stop taking the medicine.

Be careful not to drink alcoholic beverages or smoke during treatment, as a reaction may also occur.

Non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs that increase the active substance in the body, and therefore you may experience side effects resulting from an overdose.

It interacts with anticoagulant medications, which may affect the effectiveness of these medications and increase the risk of bleeding.

It interacts with lithium-containing drugs and causes an increase in the concentration of lithium in the blood.

It also interacts with medications that contain digoxin, which increases the level of digoxin in the blood.

What should I do if I take an overdose of Catafast?
There is no perfect picture of what a Catafast overdose can cause. Various symptoms may occur, such as vomiting, gastrointestinal bleeding, low blood pressure, decreased breathing, diarrhoea, dizziness and muscle cramps.

In the case of taking large doses of the drug and poisoning, the person becomes at risk of developing severe kidney failure or liver damage.

An overdose of the drug is treated as any drug for the treatment of non-steroidal infections, but in general, the use of activated carbon and work to clean the stomach, whether through some drugs or through vomiting, should be considered.

GTIN : 0000001000448
Weight : 0.100 KG
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