Ethacridine is antiseptic
agent that is effective for killing bacteria and virus infections in open wounds, furuncles and carbuncles.
The widespread use of the drug is in gynecology and ophthalmology.
Structure and Composition
The main active ingredient - lactate ethacridine 0 '01
Supporting components: boric acid, alcohol, dyes.
Ethacridine issued in the form of alcohol solution for external use in vials of 50 ml and tablets in a carton of 20 pieces.
The pharmacological properties of ethacridine
Ethacridine as an antiseptic used in surgery, urology, traumatology, gynecology, dermatology. The drug is in the local application does not cause serious damage to the skin, does not irritate and effectively kills bacteria and germs.
Most effective against germs ethacridine group cocci.
In high doses ethacridine may slightly inhibit enzymes and microorganisms exhibit selectivity.
Ethacridine prescribed for infected wounds, purulent pleurisy type cystitis, boils and carbuncles, skin abscesses, stomatitis, gingivitis, pharyngitis, purulent otitis, rhinitis.
Positive feedback is the drug as an external antiseptic that is used in gynecology and otolaryngology.
Instructions for use
According to the instructions ethacridine applied topically administered in the form of 0, 05- 0, 25% solution, and 2% powder, ointment and 5% of the paste. In some cases, the drug is prescribed inside to 0 05, the maximum daily dose should not exceed 0, '15
Ethacridine be applied to the affected area 2-3 times a day. Open infected wounds should be treated with a solution of ethacridine water.
Purulent wounds, boils, carbuncles and inflammatory cystitis ethacridine used as a medicament for washing.
Inflammation of the mucous membranes of the nose, mouth and throat is necessary to rinse 0, 1% solution of the drug 2 times a day.
When a solution of ethacridine dermatological diseases should be applied on a cotton swab and lubricate the skin. Affected areas must be treated 2 times a day for 30 days.
In gynecology solution
Ethacridine used for washing the genital organs and their antimicrobial treatment.
Contraindications to the use ethacridine are hypersensitivity and intolerance to the components of the drug, deep lesions on the skin, burns, allergic skin reactions, albuminuria.
With care prescribe medication to children under 14 years.
Side effects ethacridine
Ethacridine may cause allergic reactions (itching, burning, hives, eczema, dermatitis, skin rashes), and damage to the skin (burns).