«Diclofenac" is prescribed for rheumatoid arthritis, rheumatism, arthritis, gout attacks, ankylosing spondylitis, diseases of the joints and soft tissues accompanied by pain, neuralgia, neuritis, sciatica, lumbago, primarydysmenorrhea.Analogues of the drug active substance is "Voltaren", "Diklak", "Almiral" and others."Diclofenac" is often replaced by "Naklofenom" and "ortofenom" having a similar composition, indications, side effects and contraindications.
«Artrozan" - a drug similar in its effect to the "Diclofenac", but contain other active ingredient (meloxicam).This drug is a selective COX-2 inhibitor belonging to the group of NSAIDs.In accordance with the instructions formulations containing diclofenac, are allowed to use during pregnancy, taking into account the risk to the child and the benefit to the mother.In
contrast, "Artrozan" is contraindicated in pregnant women.This medication should not be used for a long time.
modern equivalent "Diclofenac" is "naproxen", which refers both to the five pharmacological groups: spazmoanalgetiki, NSAIDs, combined NSAIDs, analgesics, antipyretics combined structure, NSAIDs in combination with proton pump inhibitors.This drug has a weaker effect."Diclofenac" in pills can also be replaced by the following drugs: "Klofezon", "Indomethacin", "Sulindac" "piroxicam" "tenoxicam".Physicians have noted that among these drugs less harmful to the stomach is "Sulindac", but at the same time it is most toxic to the liver.
analogs ointment "Diclofenac" is "Indomethacin", "Ketoprofen", "Klofezon", "Phenylbutazone".The safest is considered "Klofezon" the most powerful - "Indomethacin".The hardest of all is transferred "Phenylbutazone".Additional analogs gel "diclofenac" isolated "piroxicam" "naproxen", "etofenamate" "ketoprofen".The most powerful properties have "Ketoprofen", "piroxicam".Less harmful to the body, "naproxen".By analogues of candles "Diclofenac" include "Metamizol" "Indomethacin", "tenoxicam", "Phenacetin", "Klofezon", "naproxen".The most effective among them is "Indomethacin".