Table of Contents
- What is Enzoheal?
- How does Enzoheal work?
- How to take Enzoheal?
- Enzoheal Common Dosage
- When to Avoid Enzoheal?
- Precautions While Taking Enzoheal:
- Side-Effects of Enzoheal:
- Drug Interactions to be Careful About
- Buyer’s Guide – Enzoheal Composition, Variant and Price
- Substitutes of Enzoheal
- FAQs – 10 Important Questions Answered about Enzoheal
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1What is Enzoheal?
It is mainly used to prevent or treat swelling and inflammation in conditions like traumatic injuries, dental abscess and osteoarthritis. Flatulence and nausea are the common side effect at high repetitive doses. It should be totally avoided in case of liver or kidney disorders and coagulation disorders.
Enzoheal Composition: Trypsin 48mg + Bromelain 90mg + Rutoside trihydrate 100mg
Manufactured By: Macleods Pharmaceuticals Ltd
Prescription: Required as it comes under schedule ‘H’ but is also available as OTC
Form: Tablet and ointment.
Price: Rs. 187.00 for 10 tablets.
Expiry/Shelf Life: 24 months from the date of manufacturing
Type of Drug: Anti inflammatory + Anti oxidant
Uses of Enzoheal
Enzoheal is used to prevent or treat following conditions:
- Osteoarthritis: Used in management of osteoarthritis.
- Colitis: Used in management of ulcerative colitis.
- Tooth extraction: Used in management of socket after tooth extraction.
- Skin infections: Used in management of bacterial skin infections.
- Cancer: Used in the treatment of cancer.
- Trauma: Used in the treatment of swelling and inflammation associated with traumatic injuries.
- Dental abscess: Used in the management of swelling associated with dental abscess.
- Wounds: Used to treat swelling associated with surgical wounds.
- Sports Injuries: Used in management of sports injuries.
- Cellulitis: Used in management of cellulitis.
- Tendonitis: Used to treat tendonitis (inflammation of tendons like Tennis elbow)
- Bursitis: Used to treat bursitis (inflammation of lubricating fluid sacs in joints)