Anti-septic Ointment

Pharmacological properties – the ointment has a anti-inflammatory, anesthetic and antiseptic action, it is conducive to eliminating the wound necrosis and the abscesses, stimulates regeneration and epithelization, causing speedy healing and a general improvement of a patient’s health.

Indication – pyoinflammatory process of soft tissues, carbuncles, furuncles, postoperative abscess, panaritium, hydradenitis, lymphadenitis, folliculitis, postoperative complicated wound (a grave skin defect), tidy wound, posttraumatic open wound, common osteomyelitis, pyoinflammatory process of lower extremities, caused by various diseases (pancreatic diabetes, diabetic angiopathy, obliterating endarteritis, obliterating atherosclerosis), trophic ulcer, bedsores, excoriations

In Proctology – anal fissures, paraproctitis

In Gynecology – erosio colli uteri, colpitis, endocervicitis

In Obstetrics –post accouchement wounds, erosio colli uteri, keratitis,

No side effects. 

Application– once in 24 hours, a thin layer of the ointment should be spread on a cotton cloth or a three-layered piece of gauze, put on an effected area and bandaged.  If required, a wound should be treated with an anti-septic liquid (weak solution of potassium permanganate or 3% hydrogen peroxide); In Proctology – upon a hygienic bath, the ointment should be spread on a three-layered piece of gauze and applied as a tampon twice a day.

In Gynecology – the ointment should be spread on a gauze tampon to be changed in 8-10 hours.

Packing – 25 g aluminum tubes; to be stored in a dry, cool place;

shelf-life – 5 years.

Issued without prescription

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