Acute and chronic rhinitis of non-allergic etiology, rhinopharyngitis, infectious and inflammatory diseases of the nasal mucosa and nasopharynx, laryngotracheitis.
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Pinosol Composition and release form
The preparation contains eucalyptus oil, pine oil, α-tocopherol acetate, thymol, guaiazulene and peppermint oil.
It is made in the form of ointment.
Pinosol is used in the treatment of non-allergic acute and chronic rhinitis, rhinopharyngitis, acute and chronic inflammatory lesions of the mucous membrane of the nasopharynx and nose, accompanied by dry mucous membranes. Also, the drug is used to prevent and treat inflammation of the nasal mucosa before surgery.
Pinosol is not prescribed to patients who have previously been found to be intolerant of its components.
Pinosol in the form of drops is not used in the treatment of children under two years old, in the form of a spray – 3 years old.
Application during pregnancy and lactation
Due to the lack of data on the effect of the components of the drug on the development of the fetus and newborn, the use of Pinosol in the therapy of nursing and pregnant women is possible only for vital indications.
Method of administration and dosage
When using Pinosol in the form of a cream or ointment, it is recommended to apply a small amount of the drug to the nasal mucosa with a cotton swab or tampon. The drug is used 3 to 4 times per knock.
The drug has low adsorption, and therefore does not actually penetrate into the bloodstream, and therefore an overdose of the drug is impossible.
When treating with the drug, patients develop local allergic reactions, accompanied by itching, swelling and redness of the nasal mucosa. In addition, sometimes after using the drug, a burning sensation and numbness of the nasal mucosa may appear.
Storage conditions and periods
Pinosol should be stored in places well protected from light and out of reach of children. Storage duration is 2 years.