Inflammation of the mouth and pharynx. Infected wounds, burns, and purulent inflammations.
Furasol powder Composition
active substance Furasol: soluble furagin
1 sachet of instant furagin 0.1 g
excipient Furasol: sodium chloride.
Rinse aid powder.
MAIN PHYSICAL AND CHEMICAL PROPERTIES:
coarse orange-brown powder.
Throat medications. Antiseptics.
ATX code R02A A20.
Furagin soluble has a wide spectrum of antibacterial action against gram-positive and gram-negative microorganisms, including strains of pathogenic staphylococci and other microorganisms resistant to antibiotics and other chemotherapeutic agents.
In comparison with antibiotics and sulfonamides, resistance to soluble furagin develops slowly and insignificantly.
Nitrofurans, including soluble furagin, inhibit the enzymatic system of microorganisms, and also slow down other biochemical processes in the cells of microorganisms, in turn, leads to the destruction of the cell membrane or cytoplasmic membrane of bacteria. Nitrofurans improve leukopoiesis, enhance the ability of leukocytes to phagocytosis, and contribute to the granulation process. Furagin soluble is effective in the treatment of all types of purulent infections (also external). When treating the skin or mucous membrane, it does not irritate and does not lead to pain.
Furasol powder Pharmacokinetics.
Has not been studied.
Inflammation of the oral cavity and pharynx. Infected wounds, burns and purulent inflammations.
Furasol powder Contraindications
Hypersensitivity (allergy) to soluble furagin and nitrofuran preparations.
Do not use for rinsing the mouth and throat for children under 4 years of age (since the child does not yet know how to rinse the mouth and throat on his own).
INTERACTION WITH OTHER DRUGS AND OTHER INTERACTIONS
In combination with antibiotics, it shows pronounced synergism.
When alcohol is consumed during treatment with Furasol, the likelihood of developing allergic skin reactions increases.