Medi Pain

Moderate to severe pain
IV Infusion

Indications: Ketorolac is used for the short-term treatment of moderate to severe pain in adults. It is usually used before or after medical procedures or after surgery. Reducing pain helps the body to better rest.


Symptoms: Moderate or severe pain. Often used to control pain after surgery and painful injuries.


Prescription: Given only after Doctors or Nurse Practitioners have examined the patient and have determined effectiveness and dose.

Rp. 850.000

These Medicines may be prescribed for after IV administration is complete:


  • Jamu Jo 10 Jintan Hitam (1 litre)
  • Jamu Jo 16 Mint Magic (250 ml)
  • Bath kit with Vita Bath and Compound SO (Magnesium and relaxing salts and herbs)
  • Probiotics with first meal and once each day with the same meal.

Actions: Effects begin nearly immediately and last for up to eight hours. A nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drug (NSAIDs), Ketorolac is not a narcotic and is not habit-forming. It will not cause physical or mental dependence, as narcotics can. IV administration is consider the best route, better than oral, because it bypasses digestion, quickly relieving symptoms and not causing stomach upset. It works by blocking certain natural substances in the body to reduce pain and swelling. IV Infusion also allows for better and quicker hydration and replenishment of electrolytes.


Cautions: Generally only given via IV the first time. Subsequent doses are generally via oral tablet. Minor interactions with other drugs can be observed when taken orally, however when via IV administration, no notable negative interactions are observed. Do not give with Vitamin C, other vitamins, or Vita-IV infusions during the same day.


More common side effects: Swelling of face, fingers, lower legs, ankles, and/or feet.


Less common side effects: Bruising (not at place of injection), high blood pressure, skin rash or itching, small red spots on skin, sores, ulcers, or white spots on lips or in mouth.


Do not give oral medications this day. When the patient is feeling better, he may be prescribed probiotics and appropriate Jamu Jo. It is suggested the patient slowly drink room-temperature pure water during the IV infusion.


Dietary considerations: No caffeine, No sugar.

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