Eton - a drug belonging to the group of antiseptics and disinfectants.
Pharmacological action Eton
The therapeutic effect of the drug due to the presence of EtOH in its composition derivative of ammonia (actually matter Eton). The substance has bactericidal and bacteriostatic effects due to detoxification staphylococcal toxin and other pathogens, and also due to disturbances in the process of their synthesis in cells.
Eton is able to stimulate wound healing, to regenerate areas of damaged tissue, to provide an easy anesthetic effect.
The pharmaceutical EtOH networks is presented in three forms:
- as a white crystalline powder having a characteristic smell. The powder is easily soluble in water and alcohol;
- as a paste containing 7% active principle. The ointment is packed in jars of 20 g;
- as an ointment, where the active substance content reaches 0, 5% or 1%. The ointment is packed into jars for 15 or '25
According to the instructions to Eton drug is used topically, as an analgesic, anti-microbial agents, as well as a means of accelerating the healing of wounds. In most cases, the area of the drug are the following cases:
- festering sores (in particular, slow-healing suppurating skin defects);
- fissures of the rectum, the nipples;
- radiation damage to the skin;
- pruritic dermatoses;
- inflammation of the oral mucosa (primarily stomatitis);
- mucosal inflammation of the gums (gingivitis)
- ulceration and inflammation (keratitis), corneal;
- inflammation of the middle ear, or otitis, etc. cases.
Before you start the application it is important to ensure that no hypersensitivity to any component of Eton (this applies to all forms of release). It is also contraindicated for use in the form of a paste Eton are gangrenous and purulent pulpitis.
Instructions for use Eton
According to the instructions to Eton medication should be applied topically. It is intended for topical application.
Depending on the type of disease selected dosage required and the form of the drug.
Thus, the treatment of ulcers, wounds, etc. It recommends the use of EtOH as 0, 02-1% solution, manufactured based on a powder or an ointment.
Treatment of corneal ulcers, keratitis and other lesions of the eye is performed by means of 0, 1% EtOH solution to be instilled in an amount of 1-2 drops three times a day for 10 days, no more. Treatment tonsillitis, purulent otitis occurs using EtOH same concentration and at the same frequency. The most frequently prescribed treatments in the form of a solution or spray washing.
When stomatitis recommended 0, 5% EtOH solution was applied in the form of application to the affected area. Administration is allowed to stand for 15-20 minutes, course of treatment lasts from 2 to 7 days.
The treatment of venous ulcers, itchy dermatitis, pyoderma, burns of various etiologies (thermal, chemical, radiation) is carried out by applying to the affected area of 0, 5-1% ointment Eton. The duration of treatment should not exceed 15 days, the shortest term application of ointment - 3 days.
Side effects Eton
Application of EtOH in some cases can cause flushing (redness of the skin) and allergic reactions such as itching. In the event of adverse reactions of the drug should be discontinued.
Eton should be stored in a dry place, protected from light penetration. Shelf life Powder 3 years, for pasta - 2.