drianol - vasoconstrictor synthetic drug for local use in rhinitis and sinusitis.
The drops in the nose Adrianol have anti-edema effect.
The active ingredients of the drug is a vasoconstrictor, which reduces the swelling of the mucous, improves nasal breathing and reduced pressure in the sinuses and the middle ear. In addition, the viscous consistency of the solution Adrianola reviews protects the mucous membrane of the nose from drying and increases the effect of the drug.
Adrianol produced in the form of nose drops for children and adults:
- 1 ml sample Adrianol adult contains 1 mg of phenylephrine hydrochloride and 1, 5 mg trimazolina hydrochloride;
- 1 ml of child Adrianola contains 500 micrograms of phenylephrine hydrochloride and trimazolina hydrochloride.
Excipients - phenylmercuric (II) borate, an aqueous ammonia, methyl M.N.V. 10000, 96% ethanol, glycerol, citric acid monohydrate, purified water and sodium hydrogen phosphate dihydrate. The droppers, vials of 10 ml.
According to the instructions Adrianol apply:
- In acute or chronic rhinitis;
- When sinusitis;
- As an auxiliary decongestant during diagnostic procedures and operations in otolaryngology.
According to the instructions Adrianol contraindicated in:
- Severe renal impairment;
- Coronary heart disease;
- Individual hypersensitivity to the components drops Adrianol;
- Atrophic rhinitis.
Data on the effects of Adrianola during pregnancy and breastfeeding is not, so the drug should be used only on prescription.
Instructions for use Adrianola
The usual duration of use drops Adrianol - not more than 7 days. In chronic rhinitis treatment may be continued if necessary after an interval of several days.
Children Adrianol used with infants, 1 drop for half an hour before feeding. Children 1-5 years are usually given 2 drops three times a day. According to the instructions Adrianol older children and adults can be applied up to 4 times a day 1-3 drops.
Not recommended simultaneous drops in the nose Adrianol with MAO inhibitors.
Review Adrianol well tolerated in all age groups. The resulting side effects may appear as dryness, burning or tenderness of the nasal mucosa.
Adrianol can be purchased without a doctor's prescription, the shelf life drops - 3 years.