Pain Relief Patch_Bringing More Effective Relief in 2023

Release time:2023-10-30    Click:160

Adaptation symptoms:

Pain relief patches are suitable for minor aches, muscle and joint pain associated with:

Muscle fatigue, muscle pain, stiff shoulders, simple back pain, arthritic strains, sprains, arthritis, fractures, minor frostbite, etc. In addition, pain relief patches avoid the systemic side effects of oral analgesics and can safely treat chronic pain in the elderly.

Main ingredients:

The commonly used main ingredients of analgesic patches include local anesthetics lidocaine, bupivacaine, Tylenol, etc., as well as auxiliary ingredients menthol, menthol, datura, capsaicin, etc. Lidocaine achieves rapid regional blockade by blocking sodium ion channels at pain nerve endings. , is the most commonly used analgesic patch drug. Bupivacaine has a slower onset of action and a longer duration of action. Tylenol also has powerful norepinephrine properties that affect sodium channels. The auxiliary ingredients peppermint and datura stimulate cold receptors to produce a cooling sensation, and capsaicin activates heat receptors to produce a warming sensation. These can stimulate skin sensation and distract from pain.

Mainly used:

Pain relief patches are easily applied directly to the skin of the affected area, providing targeted and long-lasting pain relief. Depending on the location of pain, it can be used on the back, waist, knees, shoulders, neck, elbows, wrists, etc. It can also be cut into different shapes and sizes and applied to the affected area. The new large-area drug patch can completely cover large joints such as knees, providing stronger and more uniform analgesic effects. The soft material allows it to be attached to any curved surface of the body.

What are the characteristics of pain relief patches:

Compared with oral analgesics, analgesic patches can provide continuous and constant drug delivery, avoiding fluctuations in drug efficacy caused by fluctuations in oral drug concentration. For different types of pain, you can choose analgesic patches containing different drugs. The new sustained-release analgesic patch uses advanced technology to create a drug storage layer structure so that the patch can provide 12-72 hours of uninterrupted analgesic effect with a single use, avoiding the trouble of frequent patch replacement. Soft stick design, good sealing, waterproof, convenient for use during bathing and exercise. It does not require digestion and absorption, avoids the first-pass effect of drugs, is safe to use, and has no systemic side effects.


When using analgesic patches, you should strictly follow the recommended locations and usage times in the instructions. Each use should not exceed 12 hours to avoid excessive absorption of the drug. Avoid use on wounds, mucous membranes, face, and around eyes. Children and pregnant women should be evaluated carefully before use. Do not use it on the same site at the same time as other topical medications. If serious allergic reactions such as rash, severe redness, and swelling occur, you should stop using it immediately and seek medical advice if necessary. Wash hands after use and avoid contact with eyes and mucous membranes. Long-term use may cause skin irritation and should be evaluated periodically to determine if use can be discontinued. There are potential risks with any medication, so you need to carefully evaluate your condition before using a pain relief patch.

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