Denela Cream is used to numb the skin before minor skin procedures, such as injection, wart removal and tattoo.
Local anaesthetics for numbing the surface of the skin for a short time
Content: 30g Denela Cream +1 Spatula
Suitable for Adults & Children of all ages
Active ingredients: lidocaine and prilocaine.
Denela Cream And Spatula: Denela Cream contains two active substances called lidocaine and prilocaine. These belong to a group of medicines called local anaesthetics.
Content of Denela Cream And Spatula: 30g Denela Cream + 1 Spatula
Denela Cream works by numbing the surface of the skin for a short time. It is put on the skin before certain medical procedures. This helps to stop pain on the skin; however you may still have the feelings of pressure and touch.
Adults, Adolescents and Children:
It can be used to numb the skin before:
– Having a needle put in (for example, if you are having an injection or a blood test).
– Minor skin operations.
Adults and Adolescents:
It can also be used on adults to numb the genitals before:
– Having an injection.
– Medical procedures such as removal of warts.
A doctor or nurse should supervise the use of Denela Cream on the genitals
It can also be used to numb the skin before:
– Cleansing or removal of damaged skin of leg ulcers
Local anaesthesia involves numbing an area of the body using a type of medication called local anesthesia. These medications ( numbing cream ) can be used to treat painful conditions, prevent pain during procedures or operations ,and relieve post-surgical discomfort after surgery . Unlike general Anaesthetics which make you lose consciousness completely; Local Anesthesia merely leaves people feeling relaxed without any loss in motor skill ability.
Local anaesthetics are a type of medication that stop the nerves in your body sending signals to be felt by you brain, so there’s no pain. This makes it easier for people who need quick relief from something like headaches or toothaches without having them spread any further than just where they’re applied; also means those treated with this numbing cream won’t feel anything after applying unless stimulus is applied directly onto site (such as tattooing).
It normally takes about five minutes before full sensation returns once a local anesthetic has worn off- but some may experience alertness right away due.
Ask your doctor or pharmacist for advice before taking Denela Cream And Dressings if you are pregnant, planning a pregnancy, suspect you are pregnant or breast-feeding
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The price of Denela Cream is £19.99
You can buy Denela Cream at Dock Pharmacy Essex UK, UK Online Pharmacy.
Denela Cream is available to buy over the counter. You do not need a prescription to buy Denela Cream but you might be asked some questions about your medical health when you add it to your basket.
Using Denela Cream:
Where to put the cream, how much to use and how long to leave it on will depend on what it is used for. Half a 5 g tube corresponds to about 2 g Denela. One gram of
Denela Cream should be used on the genitals only by a doctor or nurse.
– When Cream is used on leg ulcers, a doctor or nurse should supervise its use
Do not use Denela Cream on the following areas:
– Cuts, grazes or wounds, excluding leg ulcers.
– Where there is a skin rash or eczema.
– In or near the eyes.
– Inside the nose, ear or mouth.
– In the back passage (anus).
– On the genitals of children.
Use on the skin before small procedures (such as having a needle put in or minor skin operations): Denela pressed out of a tube is approximately 3.5 cm
The cream is put on to the skin in a thick layer. Follow the instructions on the leaflet or
those from your health care professional. In certain cases your healthcare professional has to apply the cream
The cream is then covered by a dressing [plastic wrap]. This is taken off just before the procedure starts. If you are applying the cream yourself, make sure that you have been
given dressings by your doctor, pharmacist or nurse.
– The usual dose for adults and adolescents over 12 years is 2 g (grams).
– For adults and adolescents over 12 years put the cream on at least 60 minutes before the procedure (unless the cream is being used on the genitals). However, do not put it on more than 5 hours before
Use on the skin before small procedures (such as having a needle put in or minor skin operations) Application time: approx. 1 hour.
Newborn infants and infants 0-2 months: Up to 1 g of cream on a skin area not larger than 10 cm2 (10 square centimetres) in size. Application time: 1 hour, not more. Only one single dose should be given in any 24 hour period.
Infants aged 3-11 months: Up to 2 g of cream on a total skin area not larger than 20 cm2 (20 square centimetres) in size. Application time: approx 1 hour, maximum 4 hours.
Children aged 1-5 years: Up to 10 g of cream on a total skin area not larger than 100 cm2 (100 square centimetres) in size. Application time: approx 1 hour, maximum 5 hours.
Children aged 6-11 years: Up to 20 g of cream on a total skin area not larger than 200 cm2 (200 square centimetres) in size. Application time: approx 1 hour, maximum 5 hours.
A maximum of 2 doses at least 12 hours apart may be given to children over 3 months of age in any 24 hour period.
Denela Cream can be used on children with a skin condition called “atopic dermatitis” but the application time is then 30 minutes, no longer.
See patient information leaflet for more information
Do not use Denela Cream:
– If you are allergic to lidocaine or prilocaine, other similar local anaesthetics or any of the other ingredients of this medicine
Warnings and precautions
Talk to your doctor, pharmacist or nurse before using Denela Cream:
– If you or your child have a rare inherited illness that affects the blood called
‘glucose·6·phosphate dehydrogenase deficiency’.
– If you or your child have a problem with blood pigment levels called
‘methaemoglobinaemia’. – Do not use Denela Cream on areas with skin rash, cuts, grazes or other open wounds,
with the exception of a leg ulcer. If any of these problems are present, check with your
doctor or pharmacist or nurse before using the cream.
– If you or your child have an itchy skin condition called ‘atopic dermatitis’, a shorter
application time may be sufficient. Application times of longer than 30 minutes may
result in an increased incidence of local skin reaction (see also section 4 “Possible side effects”).
– If you take particular products for heart rhythm disorders (class III antiarrhythmics, such as amiodarone). In that case the doctor will monitor your heart function. Due to the potentially enhanced absorption on the newly shaven skin, it is important to follow
the recommended dosage, skin area and application time.
Avoid getting Denela Cream in the eyes, as it may cause irritation. If you accidentally get DenelaCream in your eye, you should immediately rinse it well with lukewarm water or salt (sodium chloride) solution. Be careful to avoid getting anything in your eye until feeling returns.
When you use Denela Cream before being vaccinated with live vaccines (e.g. tuberculosis
vaccine), you should return to your doctor or nurse after the time period requested to followup the vaccination result.
Children and adolescents
In infants/newborn infants younger than 3 months a transient, clinically not relevant increase in blood pigment levels “methaemoglobinaemia” is commonly observed up to 12 hours after Denela Cream is put on.
The effectiveness of Denela Cream when drawing blood from the heel of newborn infants or
to provide adequate analgesia for circumcision could not be confirmed in clinical studies.
Denela Cream should not be applied to the genital skin (e.g. penis) and genital mucosa (e.g. in the vagina) of children (below 12 years of age) owing to insufficient data on absorption of active substances.
Denela Cream should not be used in children younger than 12 months of age who are
being treated at the same time with other medicines that affect blood pigment levels “methaemoglobinaemia” (e.g. sulphonamides, see also Section 2 Other medicines and Denela Cream).
Denela Cream should not be used in preterm newborn infants.
Other medicines and Denela Cream
Tell your doctor, pharmacist or nurse if you are using /taking, have recently used / taken
or might use / take any other medicines. This includes medicines that you buy without a
prescription and herbal medicines. This is because Denela Cream can affect the way some
medicines work and some medicines can have an effect on Denela Cream.
In particular, tell your doctor, pharmacist or nurse if you or your child have recently used or
been given any of the following medicines:
– Medicines used to treat infections, called ‘sulphonamides’ and nitrofurantoin.
– Medicines used to treat epilepsy, called phenytoin and phenobarbital.
– Other local anaesthetics.
– Medicines to treat an uneven heartbeat, such as amiodarone.
– Cimetidine or beta-blockers, which may cause an increase in the blood levels of
lidocaine. This interaction is of no clinical relevance in short-term treatment with Denela
Cream in recommended doses.
Pregnancy, breastfeeding and fertility
If you are pregnant or breastfeeding, think you may be pregnant or are planning to have a baby, ask your doctor or pharmacist for advice before using this medicine.
Occasional use of Denela Cream during pregnancy is unlikely to have any adverse effects on the foetus.
The active substances in Denela Cream (lidocaine and prilocaine) are passed into breast milk.
However, the amount is so small that there is generally no risk to the child.
Animal studies have shown no impairment of male or female fertility
Driving and using machines
used at the recommended doses.
Denela Cream contains macrogolglycerol hydroxystearate.
Macrogolglycerol hydroxystearate may cause skin reactions
Like all medicines, this medicine can cause side effects, although not everybody gets them.
Contact your doctor or pharmacist if any of the following side effects bother you or do not
seem to go away. Tell your doctor about anything else that makes you feel unwell while you
are using Denela.
occur on the area on which Denela is used. These are normal reactions to the cream and the
anaesthetics and will disappear in a short while without any measures being needed.
If you experience any troublesome or unusual effects while you are using Denela, stop using
it and check with your doctor or pharmacist as soon as possible.
Common (may affect up to 1 in 10 people):
– Transient local skin reactions (paleness, redness, swelling) in the treated area during
treatment of skin, genital mucosa or leg ulcers.
– An initially mild sensation of burning, itching or warmth at the treated area during
treatment of genital mucosa or leg ulcers.
Uncommon (may affect up to 1 in 100 people):
– A mild burning or itching or warmth sensation at the treated area during treatment of
the skin. .
– Numbness (tingling) in the treated area during treatment of the genital mucosa.
– Irritation of the treated skin during treatment of leg ulcers.
Rare (may affect up to 1 in 1,000 people):
– Allergic reactions, which in rare cases may develop into anaphylactic shock (skin rash,
swelling, fever, respiratory difficulties and fainting) during treatment of skin, genital mucosa or leg ulcers.
– Methaemoglobinaemia (blood disorder) during treatment of the skin
– Small dot-shaped bleeding on the skin where the cream was applied. This is more
likely in children with eczema after longer application times.
– Eye irritation after getting cream into your eyes by mistake during treatment of the skin.
Additional side effects in children
Methaemoglobinaemia, a blood disorder, which is more frequently observed, often in
connection with overdose in newborn infants and infants aged 0 to 12 months
Reporting of side effects
If you get any side effects, talk to your doctor or pharmacist or nurse. This includes any possible side effects not listed in this leaflet.
. By reporting side effects you can help provide more
information on the safety of this medicine.
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What Denela Cream contains:
The active substances are lidocaine and prilocaine.
Each gram of cream contains 25 mg of lidocaine and 25 mg of prilocaine
The other ingredients are macrogolglycerol hydroxystearate (hydrogenated polyoxyl castor oil), carbomer (974P), sodium hydroxide and purified water
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