2010/12/16

Benzydamine

The active substance (INN) Benzidamin (Benzydamine)

Application Benzidamin (Benzydamine)

Inflammatory condition of the mouth and throat: pharyngitis, aphthous ulcers, gingivitis, stomatitis, tonsillitis, posttonzillektomicheskie condition, inflammation of the oral mucosa after radiotherapy and chemotherapy, surgery, lower limb venous insufficiency, including during pregnancy, phlebitis and thrombophlebitis of superficial veins of legs (combined therapy), state after sclerosing of the veins and phlebectomy, postflebitnye syndromes, nonspecific vaginitis (before and after surgery in the vaginal area, after radiotherapy, the use of intrauterine pessaries), fungal and trichomonazice, inflammation in the cervix, estrogen therapy for atrophied vagina in old age.

Contraindications

Benzidamin (Benzydamine): Hypersensitivity; for a solution - children's age (12 years) for tablets - phenylketonuria.

Side Effects

Numbness tissue and burning sensation in the mouth (lingual tablets), dry mouth, drowsiness, and allergic reactions (skin rash).

Dosing and Administration

Gargarism or oral - 15 ml (1 tbsp) every 1,5-3 hours (do not swallow).

Tablets - 3 mg 3-4 times a day (keep in his mouth to complete resorption).

Aerosol (shown in elderly patients or in the postoperative period for failure to rinse your mouth) every 1,5-2 hours - adults and elderly patients - 4-8 doses for children 6-12 years - 4 doses, children under 6 years - 1 dose per 4 kg body weight (maximum - 4 doses).

Vaginal washing 1-2 times a day: powder (1 sachet) was dissolved in 500 ml of water (the solution should be warm) and for single use douching 140 ml, the procedure is carried out in prone, the liquid should remain in the vagina for several minutes.

The gel is applied to affected skin 2-3 times a day and gently rub until completely absorbed.

Precautionary measures

When you apply the gel to avoid it falling on the mucous membranes. Long-term (more than 7 days) treatment should be carried out under the supervision of a physician.

Designate caution during pregnancy and breastfeeding (pills, spray, powder, solution). Avoid getting spray into eyes.