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Large Particle Size Talc
for internal use

• chronic pleurisies, principally malignant • spontaneous pneumothorax According to the literature, talc is more effi cient than Bleomycine and cyclines1). It appears that talc is the best sclerosis product available and can be used even after the application of other agents has failed.
• produced for medical purposes only (talcum • graded talc perfectly controlled granulometry avoiding any migration as shown by Pr ASTOUL et al.2), Marseilles, France • suitable for all pleurodesis indications, it is non- soluble and induces permanent pleurodesis • compared with Cyclines, STERITALC® is more
effective and less painful. Any pain ocurring can be reduced according to doctor‘s decision, for The dose varies from 3 to 6 grams for malignant example by using Xylocaine 1% in the pleura or in pleural effusion and generally does not exceed 2g for spontaneous pneumothorax. Individual doses • complies with the regulations of the European according to physician’s decision.
Pharmacopoeia (3rd edition): STERITALC® is a phar-
STERITALC® comes in three pharmaceutical forms
maceutical talc of a lamellar structure which is stable and inert physically, chemically and biolo-gically.
Vial F2, F4
For physicians preferring to use talc in bulk, a line of talc in vials is available, which can be used for slurry as well as talc poudrage.
• Spray (Aerosol)
STERITALC®sterile, 3g of STERITALC® per spray One box contains two pouches each containing one ready to use 3g STERITALC® aerosol and one canula. To be used for talc poudrage procedures.
Extra-long canula (24/box)fi ts only with 16833 • Spray PF4
Safe handling and storage. Unlike the Spray (Aerosol), STERITALC® PF4’s propellant is air. For this reason it is not considered an IATA dangerous sterile, 4 g of STERITALC® in a vial1 vial / pouch, 24 pouches / carton Pulverisation at room temperature: No risk of hypothermia or local necrosis due to extremely Can be used for talc poudrage or slurry.
1) Cf. reverse page for a bibliography.
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