Sterile solution of sodium hyaluronate (1.6% – 800 mg/50ml), sodium chondroitin sulphate (2% – 1 g /50ml) and calcium chloride (0.87% – 440mg/50ml)

iAluRil is a medical device and is available to be prescribed by doctors and nurses in both hospitals and community general practice.

During these special circumstances, we have made iAluRil available to purchase directly.
Should you not be able to obtain iAluRil on prescription from either your GP or hospital clinic, then please click below to purchase iAluRil online.

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At Aspire Pharma, we are committed to the appropriate use of our products. Should you have further questions on the correct technique for self-administering iAluRil, please phone the company on 01730 231148, quoting “self-administration assistance” and your call will be transferred to a Registered Nurse who can help talk you through the procedure.


50ml Pre-filled syringe with Luer-Lock adapter and iAluadapter®.

IALURIL® 50 ml pre-filled syringe is Latex Free.

For intravesical instillation
iAluRil may be administered by a trained healthcare professional or self-administered following adequate training by a healthcare professional.

Self Administration
Please refer to our nurse led training videos in order to help you perform intermittent self catheterisation more safely or to effectively use the iAluAdapter for catheter free administration of your iAluRil.

 

Essential Information
iAluRil Prefill for intravesical instillation Indication: To re-establish the glycosaminoglycan layers (GAGs) of the urothelial vesical tissue in cases in which their loss can cause frequent and recurring problems (such as, cystitis of varying etiology). Active Ingredients: Sodium hyaluronate (1.6%), Sodium chondroitin sulphate (2%) and Calcium chloride (0.87%). Please read the full patient information leaflet for further information and before administration. iAluRil should only be used after careful consultation with a trained healthcare professional.
Reporting of Side Effects
If you get any side effects, talk to your doctor, pharmacist or nurse. This includes any possible side effects not listed in the product’s package leaflet. You can also report side effects directly via the Yellow Card Scheme at www.mhra.gov.uk/yellowcard. By reporting side effects you can help provide more information on the safety of this medical device.
Revision reference – iAluRil_10 28/05/2020