What is klonaza?

Klonaza®is a synthetic medicine, made from three active ingredientsthat are phlologlucinoltrimethylphlolologlucinolandlysine clonixinate, which belong to the line of antispasmodic drugs that havean effect on diseases of the smooth muscles ofvarious organs of the human body.

To highlight: This combination drug is developed in Mexico by the company calledLaboratorio ATLANTIS. (1)

What is klonaza for?

  • Thanks to its mechanism of action and the combination of chemical substances, klonaza®has a relaxing, analgesic and anti-inflammatory actionon the smooth muscle of several important organs, exertingrelief from pain and inflammation for different causes(2)
  • It is used to treat:
    • Pain caused by spasms of smooth muscles. (3)
    • Inflammatory pain of the hollow viscera, triggered by the release of pro-inflammatory substances such ascolitis.
    • Pain caused by irritable bowel syndrome.
    • Adult abdominal colic, cholelithiasis, cholecystitis, biliary spasm.
    • Other painful processes such asdysmenorrhea, adnexitis, renal, ureteral and bladder colic.

Dosage and routes of administration of klonaza

Klonaza® comesas a box with 20 capsules, containing 80 mg phlologlucinol, 80 mg trimethylphlolologlucinol and 125 mg lysine clonixinate. The administration of this medicineis orallyand the dosage as a reference may be as follows:

  • Capsules: 1 capsule or 2 every 6 or 8 hours.

Side effects of klonaza

Therapeutic treatment with klonaza®may cause some of the following side effects in a certain patient population:

  • Possible allergic reactions due to contact with any substance in the formula.
  • Nausea andvomiting.
  • Dryness of the mucous membranes and gastric discomfort.

Important: If allergies or any of the above symptoms appear, pleasediscontinue use and notify your doctor.

Contraindications and warnings of klonaza

The use of klonaza®is contraindicatedin any of the following circumstances:

  • Hypersensitivity of the patient to any of the components of the formula.
  • Patients presenting with activepeptic ulcer, gastrointestinal bleeding, intestinal occlusion or subocclusion.
  • The presence of glaucoma, prostatic hypertrophy, ulcerative colitis, myasthenia gravis and adynamic ileus.
  • During the period of pregnancy orbreastfeeding.

You should know: Before starting treatment with klonaza®, you should provide your doctor withall the information about your health history.

Avoid it if you have:

  • History of hypersensitivity to triphenols or nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs.
  • Recent history of severe gastrointestinal diseases.


  • This product should be used with caution in patients with renal or hepatic impairment.
  • Pharmaceuticals, such as klonaza®, must be administered with a prescription or prescription.
  • Do not administer this medicine with simultaneous consumption of alcoholic beverages.
  • Keep this drug out of reach of children.

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