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Find here answers to the most Frequently Asked Questions about Gelclair®.
Gelclair® is a concentrated oral gel classified as a Type IIa medical device.
Gelclair® helps to relieve the pain associated with oral mucositis and other oral lesions including those caused by:
Gelclair® forms a protective coating inside the mouth, which quickly and effectively helps to manage the pain and can potentially improve the ability to eat and drink.
Gelclair® comes in 15ml sachets or as a bottle of 180ml. Pour the entire contents of the single dose sachet, or 15ml from the bottle into a glass and add approximately 40ml of water. Stir mixture well and use at once. Rinse around the mouth for at least one minute or as long as possible to coat the tongue, palate, throat, inside of the mouth completely. Gargle and spit out.
In patients which are not able to rinse and gargle (e.g. young children) it is suggested to apply the product directly into the month by using a sponge or swab.
It is not recommended to dilute the product and store it for use. Each sachet should be used individually as required.
Gelclair® should be used in conjunction with a good oral hygiene regimen.
Use Gelclair® preferably before meals and avoid eating or drinking for at least 30-60 minutes following treatment.
Gelclair® should be used 3 times a day or as needed
The use of Gelclair® is contra-indicated in any patient with a known history of hypersensitivity to any of the ingredients.
Gelclair® may be used during pregnancy, lactation, and in paediatric patients.
Gelclair® should not be swallowed.
However, if Gelclair® is accidentally swallowed, no adverse events would be expected.
There are no known interactions with medicinal or other products.
However, Gelclair® may reduce the absorption of sublingual drugs
Gelclair® does not contain alcohol or any heavy metals. It is also oxygen-permeable and therefore is not expected to interfere with radiotherapy
Store Gelclair® at room temperature, out of direct sunlight.
The gel may become a little darker and thicker on storage, but this does not affect its efficacy or safety.
Do not use the product if the sachet is damaged or has reached its expiry date.