To remove papillomas, skin warts, keratomas, warts, dry calluses.
active ingredients: 1 g of liquid contains 600 mg of phenol, 400 mg of tricresol.
Ferezol Dosage form
Basic physical and chemical properties: light brown to dark brown oily liquid with a phenol odor.
Ferezol Pharmacological group
Means used in dermatology. Products used to remove warts and calluses. ATX code D11A F.
Ferezol is a combined preparation that has a cauterizing and bactericidal effect. The mechanism of antimicrobial action consists in the irreversible coagulation of proteins that make up the vital structures of the pathogen (cytoplasmic membrane, flagella), which leads to the loss of the functions that they perform and the death of the microbe. The drug does not have a pronounced selectivity for certain types of microbes, it is active against gram-positive, gram-negative bacteria, fungi, viruses, protozoa. The mechanism of cauterizing action is due to the destruction of macromolecules of cells and fibers of the skin and mucous membranes (chemical burn). Causes chemical burns on contact with body tissues.
For the removal of papillomas, genital warts of the skin, keratomas, warts, dry calluses.
Hypersensitivity to the components of the drug. Nevi.
Interaction with other medicinal products and other forms of interaction
The components of the drug dissolve easily in the ointment base, and therefore it is not recommended to lubricate the skin area treated with Ferezol with any ointments.
It is inadmissible to get the drug in the eyes and on the mucous membranes. Bandaging of the treated skin area, removal of scabs is not allowed; do not reapply the drug earlier than the above terms. Synthetic clothing should not come into contact with the skin areas treated with Ferezol.
To prevent dermatitis, the skin area treated with Ferezol should be allowed to air dry. The area to which Ferezol was applied should not be lubricated with any ointments; rinsing with water is allowed. When used correctly, the drug does not leave scars.
Do not treat the surface of the skin with an area of more than 20 cm2 with Feresol.
Application during pregnancy or lactation.
The use of the drug during pregnancy or lactation is possible only when the expected benefit to the mother outweighs the potential risk to the fetus or child.
During breastfeeding, it is not recommended to remove the formations located on the mammary glands and hands.
The ability to influence the reaction rate when driving or driving other mechanisms.
Does not affect. When Ferezol treats a skin area near the eye, retinal edema may occur, which can adversely affect visual acuity. In this case, you should avoid driving or working with other mechanisms.