Adiclair® – recommendations for use

Adiclair is available in the following dosage forms: film-coated tablets, suspension, mouth gel, ointment, vaginal tablets and cream.
A detailed dosage can be found here. For some of the dosage forms, further information on application is provided to help the patient.

Adiclair  Suspension

The suspension is trickled into the mouth and should be moved slowly around the mouth for as long as possible before being swallowed. When treating the oesophagus, the suspension should be swallowed as far as possible lying down. The suspension should be taken after meals.

Adiclair Nystatin Mouth Gel

The mouth gel is best taken after meals by distributing it throughout the entire oral cavity. It should be kept in the mouth for as long as possible before swallowing. Dentures and orthodontic braces can also be coated with the mouth gel.

Adiclair Ointment and Adiclair Cream

The ointment is applied to the affected skin areas, the cream is applied thinly, using light rubbing.

Adiclair Film-coated tablets international package insert to download
Adiclair Suspension international package insert to download
Adiclair Nystatin Mouth Gel international package insert to download
Adiclair Ointment international package insert to download
Adiclair Cream international package insert to download