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|Posted: Mon Apr 10, 2017 2:07 pm Post subject:
|The Glycopyrrolate Solution shall be dissolved in normal tap-water, therefore it is recommended to use low water levels to not over dissolve the Glycopyrrolate. With no dosage and shedule recommendation it is a trial and error with low beginnings and increase of the dosage in the water. Some begin with the half dose in each tray, then treatments are performed with low direct currents (max 5 mA) and a time of 5 minutes.
With not results to the sweat the dose is increased to see when the wished effect turns in.
This is how most doctors recommend to start, but you have always to sak back your GP if this shedule is ok - the GP is the one to tell you if this is a good way, WE can only say how the routine is performed normally and are not liable for any side effects.
Normally the systemic side effects of Glycopyrrolate that occure when taking it orally, do not take part when doing it with iontophoresis locally.
This is the reason many use it the iontophoresis way.
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