To soften the skin and treatment of the mucous membranes. As a basis for making liniments and ointments.
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Glicerine suppositories composition
active substance: glycerol;
1 suppository contains: glycerin 86% 0.75 g or 1.5 g;
excipients: stearic acid, anhydrous sodium carbonate.
Glicerine suppositories Dosage form.
Colorless or with a light white tint hygroscopic candles, in the shape of a torpedo with the aroma of soap, without spots and bubbles.
Name and location of the manufacturer.
Farmina Co., Ltd.
Lipska Street, 44, 30-721 Krakow, Poland.
Pharmacotherapeutic group. PBX code.
Laxatives. ATC code A06.
In its pure form, glycerin has an irritating effect, which disappears with the addition of water (up to 30-50%), vaseline, lanolin. When administered into the rectum, suppositories have a mild irritant effect on the mucous membrane and reflexively stimulate defecation. When used in the form of rectal suppositories facilitates the excretion of fecal masses.
Indications for use.
Constipation of various etiologies (when the use of oral drugs is not possible).
Hypersensitivity to the components of the drug. Intestinal obstruction, renal failure, appendicitis, bleeding, diarrhea, hemorrhoids in the acute stage, cracks of the anus, inflammatory diseases, tumors of the rectum, undiagnosed abdominal pain.
Appropriate safety precautions for use.
It is not recommended to use suppositories with a course of treatment for more than 1 week.
Use with caution in renal impairment, allergies, nausea, vomiting.
Wash hands thoroughly before and after suppositories.
Use during pregnancy or breastfeeding.
During pregnancy, the drug can be used only when the expected benefit to the mother outweighs the potential risk to the fetus.
It is not known whether glycerin is excreted in breast milk, so the drug can be prescribed only when the expected benefit to the mother outweighs the potential risk to the baby.