Scopoderm Patches 1.5mg


  • Active Ingredient: Hyoscine
  • Prevents symptoms of motion sickness and nausea
  • Each patch lasts for 72 hours
  • Great for long journeys

Scopoderm patches (hyoscine 1.5mg) medicated self adhesive patches for the control of travel sickness – effective for 72 hours. Prevents the symptoms of motion sickness such as nausea (feeling sick), vomiting (being sick) and vertigo (loss of balance).

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    Scopoderm Patches

    Scopoderm Patches contain the active ingredient hyoscine which belongs to a group of medicines called anti-emetics or anti-sickness medicines. They are used to prevent the symptoms of motion sickness such as nausea (feeling sick), vomiting (being sick) and vertigo (loss of balance), which can occur when travelling by boat, train or car. Travel sickness occurs when your body’s internal balancing system becomes confused by receiving different messages – your eyes say one thing about the position of your body, but your balance mechanisms tell you differently. Anyone can suffer from travel sickness: children are more prone but often grow out of it as they get older.

    Scopoderm Patches NHS

    Scopoderm Patches NHS prevent and treat travel sickness, otherwise known as motion sickness. Motion sickness is the feeling of nausea when travelling by car, boat, plane or train. Scopoderm Patches NHS aim to relieve or prevent symptoms from occurring by inserting the active ingredient called hyoscine hydrobromide into your bloodstream. Repeated movements are often the cause of motion sickness when travelling. These repeated movements include going over bumps in a car or bobbing up and down in a boat. Medically, this is caused by the inner ear sending different signals to the brain than the ones your eyes are seeing. This confusion causes a sickness/nausea feeling. Scopoderm Patches NHS aim to keep that nausea away and keep the ear and eye signals from causing symptoms.

    Scopoderm Patches UK

    If for some reason you or your child cannot use Scopoderm Patches UK, there are some ways of minimising the effects of motion sickness, including:
    • Try and reduce the amount of motion you feel by sitting at the front of the car or in the middle of the boat.
    • Keep your eyes focused straight ahead on a fixed point, such as the horizon.
    • Open the car window and allow fresh air to enter the vehicle.
    • Close your eyes and breathe slow while focusing on your breathing.
    • Try to distract yourself or your child by talking, listening to music or singing songs.
    • Break up long journeys to get some fresh air, drink water or take a walk.
    • Try ginger, which can be taken as a tablet, biscuit or tea.
    Speak to a doctor if motion sickness is a common occurrence for you when travelling. Various medical products are available that can prevent motion sickness, including:
    • Tablets – such as Avomine
      • Dissolvable tablets are available for children
    • Patches – these are great for long journeys with patches such as Scopoderm Patches UK lasting for up to 72 hours
    • Acupressure bands – these work by applying pressure to a point on the wrist known as the Nei Kuan pressure point. This type of treatment doesn’t work for everybody.

    Scopoderm Patch

    Do not use a Scopoderm Patch if you:
    • Have glaucoma or a history of glaucoma (pressure behind the eye)
    • Are allergic to hyoscine or any of the other ingredients in each Scopoderm Patch.
    Talk to your doctor or pharmacist before using a Scopoderm Patch if you:
    • Suffer from pyloric stenosis (a condition which affects your stomach)
    • Have problems urinating due to a bladder obstruction
    • Have a blockage of your intestines
    • Are an elderly patient or have any metabolic, liver or kidney disease
    • Suffer from epilepsy (increased number of fits have been reported)
    • Have had pain in the eyes, blurred vision, or see rainbow-coloured halos around light. (Use of a Scopoderm Patch should only be used after an eye examination by a doctor).

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    Scopoderm 1.5 Mg Patch

    The active ingredient in each Scopoderm 1.5 Mg patch is called hyoscine hydrobromide. Hyoscine belongs to a group of medicines called anti-emetics. Key facts about hyoscine and Scopoderm 1.5 Mg patch:
    • They are mainly used to prevent travel sickness.
    • The most common side effects are a dry mouth, constipation and blurred vision.
    • Do not give a Scopoderm 1.5 Mg patch to a child under the age of 10 years.
    • Popular brand names for the travel sickness tablets include Kwells, Kwells Kids and Joy-Rides.
    It is generally recommended to use a Scopoderm 1.5 Mg patch 5-6 hours before leaving on your journey (or the evening before) to a clean, dry, hairless area of intact skin behind the ear.

    Scopoderm 1.5 Mg Patches

    Tell your doctor or pharmacist if you are taking, have recently taken or might take any other medicines, including those without a prescription. In particular, tell your doctor if you are taking any of the following medicines, because Scopoderm 1.5 Mg patches may interact with them:
    • Alcohol
    • Other drugs acting on the brain
    • Antiallergic medicines
    • Antidepressants
    • Antiparkinsons and antivirals
    • Antiarrhythmics
    • Other travel sickness medicines
    Food, alcohol and drink Do not drink alcohol whilst using Scopoderm 1.5 Mg patches or until the affects of the patches have worn off (this may last up to 24 hours or longer from the time you have removed it). Pregnancy and breast-feeding Do not use during pregnancy and breast-feeding unless your doctor advises you to. Ask your doctor or pharmacist for advice before taking any medicine. Driving and using machines Scopoderm 1.5 Mg patches may make you feel drowsy, confused or dizzy and may affect your vision. Do not drive, operate any machinery or perform any activity that requires concentration. Care should be taken after removal of the patch as these effects may persist for up to 24 hours or longer.

    Scopoderm Patch SPC

    The SPC of a product, Summary of Product Characteristics, can usually be found on the Electronic Medicines Compendium. The Scopoderm Patch SPC (Summaries of Product Characteristics) is a description of its medicinal properties and the conditions attached to its use. It explains how to use and prescribe a medicine. It is used by healthcare professionals, such as doctors, nurses and pharmacists. Click here to view the Scopoderm Patch SPC page.

    Scopoderm Patches Side Effects

    Like all medicines, Scopoderm Patches side effects can occur, but not everybody will experience them. STOP using Scopoderm Patches and seek medical help immediately if you or your child has any of the following which may be signs of an allergic reaction:
    • Difficulty in breathing or swallowing
    • Swelling of the face, lips, tongue or throat
    • Severe itching of the skin, with a red rash or raised bumps
    Some Scopoderm Patches side effects could be serious which are very rare
    • Changes in vision with increased pressure in the eye (possible signs of glaucoma). If you experience this, tell your doctor straight away.
    Very Common Scopoderm Side Effects
    • Dryness of the mouth
    • Drowsiness, dizziness
    • Frequently blurring of vision and enlargement of the pupils (sometimes in one eye only),
    • Loss of ability to focus on close or far objects
    • Irritation of the eyelids
    • Skin irritation
    • Difficulty in passing water
    • Impairment of memory or concentration, restlessness, disorientation, confusion, or hallucinations.
    Very Rare
    • Skin rash
    Unknown Frequency
    • Reactions at the application site such as itching, redness and burning.

    Scopoderm Patch For Secretions

    Other than using Scopoderm Patches for travel sickness, using a Scopoderm Patch for secretions can be used to control excess saliva secretions. By blocking a chemical called acetylcholine, it reduces the amount of saliva produced by the salivary glands, as well as secretions in the lungs. You will typically see the use of Scopoderm Patch for secretions in palliative care. This is an approach to treatment which aims to improve the quality of life of patients who have been diagnosed with life-threatening illnesses.

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