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Pharmacological properties

The drug has an antiseptic, analgesic and wound healing effect, reduces the formation of exudate and promotes the formation of crust, granulation and epithelization.

Skin grafts can be incorporated into Acerbins pre-treated wound surface.

Salicylic acid has a pronounced necrolytic effect; contributes to the formation of healthy granulations and tissue epithelization.

Malic acid has a positive effect on the processes of metabolism and exudation in the wound. It promotes the removal of carbon dioxide from the wound, prevents the alkalization of the wound, has a positive effect on the healing process, prevents infection of the wound surface and stimulates the healing process of the wound.

The antibacterial and fungicidal properties of benzoic and salicylic acids further contribute to the process of tissue regeneration.

Indications

For the complex treatment of superficial skin lesions: wounds, burns of various origins (thermal and solar), abrasions.

Application

Apply solution by spraying on the skin or on a sterile dressing.

Adults and children, including infants (from 28 days to 1 year) - apply to the wound or damaged surface 2 or more times a day. After the formation of a crust, 1 time per day is considered sufficient.

The ointment is applied in a thin layer on a wound or damaged surface 2 times a day.

The duration of treatment depends on the course of the disease and the rate of wound healing.

Contraindications

Hypersensitivity to the components of the drug. children under the age of 1 month.

Side effects

When used correctly, acerbine is well tolerated.

Perhaps the development of a short sensation of heat at the place of application of the drug, which is replaced by a decrease in the severity of pain, passes on its own and does not need to be canceled.

special instructions

Avoid contact with the mucous membrane, especially the eyes and mouth.

With extensive wound surfaces and burns, pressure sores, ulcers and in preparation for transplantation, a doctors consultation is necessary.

In patients with severe impaired renal function, Acerbine Ointment is not recommended for use on large areas of the body and over a long period.

Use during pregnancy and lactation. Acerbine solution can be used during pregnancy and lactation. In experimental studies, the absence of teratogenic or other negative effects of the drug on pregnancy, the fetus or the newborn was established.

Salicylic acid may be excreted in breast milk. During breastfeeding, ointment and solution should not be applied to the chest area. Do not use ointment during pregnancy and breastfeeding on large areas of the body. Before starting treatment, it is necessary to consult a doctor.

Children. Used in children over the age of 28 days.

Impact on the ability to drive vehicles and work with potentially dangerous machinery. Does not affect.

Interactions

Ointment: with the salts of iron (III) the formation of complexes occurs, with iodine enters into a precipitation reaction, with borax - into the neutralization reaction.

Salicylic acid can potentiate the effects of other drugs applied to the same area.

Solution: not identified.

Overdose

Not marked.

Storage conditions

At a temperature not exceeding 25 ° C.

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