Tetraciclinovaia ointment 3% 15 g. tube

$12.00

Diseases of the eye of infectious nature: conjunctivitis, keratitis, blepharitis, trachoma.

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Description

Composition and form of release
Tetracycline is available in topical ointments. The active ingredient of the drug is tetracycline hydrochloride.
Indications
Tetracycline is used in therapy of inflammatory and infectious diseases caused by tetracycline-sensitive microflora, such as bronchitis, pneumonia, tonsillitis, pleural empyema, cholecystitis, pyelonephritis, intestinal infection, endometritis, endocarditis, syphilis, prostatitis, brucellosis, gonorrhea, pus rickettsioses, trachoma, osteomyelitis, blepharitis, conjunctivitis, acne.
In addition, the drug is used to prevent the development of postoperative infectious complications.
Contraindications
Tetracycline is not prescribed for patients who have been identified as hypersensitive to tetracycline hydrochloride and related antibiotics. The drug is not used in the treatment of fungal infections and is not prescribed for pregnant and lactating women.
Particular care should be taken when prescribing the drug to patients who have renal failure, leukopenia and have a history of allergic reactions.
Due to the fact that strains resistant to tetracycline have been widespread recently, the drug is used very rarely.
Tetracycline is not used for children under 8 years of age because it can cause permanent discoloration of the tooth enamel.
When taking tetracycline for the prevention of hypovitaminosis, patients should take vitamins of groups K and B.
At the time of treatment with Tetracycline, the patient should refuse to use dairy products, since they prevent the adsorption of the antibiotic.
Application during pregnancy and lactation
Due to the fact that tetracycline hydrochloride is able to penetrate the placental barrier and cause hypoplasia of tooth enamel, inhibit the growth of bones of the fetal skeleton and change the color of the teeth for a long time and cause the development of fatty infiltration of the liver tissue, the use of tetracycline in the therapy of women at the stage of lactation and pregnancy is impossible.
Method of administration and dosage
When using the drug in the form of an ointment, it is applied with a thin layer on the affected skin area from 3 to 5 times per knocking. If necessary, it is possible to apply an ointment under a weak bandage.
Overdose
With oral administration of tetracycline in high doses, patients experience increased side effects. With local application of the drug, an overdose is impossible.
Side effects
In some patients, when taking tetracycline, there is the development of nausea, vomiting, abdominal pain, anorexia, stool disorders, dry mouth, glossitis, esophagitis, discoloration of teeth and tongue, increased activity of liver enzymes, dizziness, headaches, anemia, photosensitization and allergic reactions …
Storage conditions and periods
Store tetracycline in a cool place, protected from light and children. The term of storage of the drug is 3 years.