Boric acid ointment 5%
Bank of 25 g
Boric ointment is an antibacterial, antifungal and antiparasitic (anti-pediculosis) drug. Together with oxyquinoline sulfate, the ointment has a contraceptive property. It can penetrate the blood through microcracks of the skin, wounds, mucous membranes. Accumulates in body tissues (cumulation effect). Excreted in urine after 5-7 days.
for infectious inflammatory diseases of the nasal cavity and paranasal sinuses
for the complex treatment of acute respiratory viral infections and influenza in an unfavorable epidemic period
acute and chronic sinusitis (including sinusitis)
acute and chronic sarfendenitis p1 different types of eczema, dermatitis, pyoderma, diaper rash),
For gynecological diseases (colpitis),
For parasitic diseases (pediculosis).
For contraception (ointment in combination with oxyquinoline sulfate).
Individual intolerance to the components of the drug, chronic renal failure, inflammatory skin diseases in the acute period, pregnancy, age up to 1 year, lactation period (do not treat breast skin with ointment before feeding the baby).
Use during pregnancy and lactation
Contraindicated in pregnancy. It can not be used to treat mammary glands before feeding the baby.
100 g ointments contain:
Active substances: boric acid 5 g petrolatum 95 g
Dosage and administration
For dry and cracked skin, 5% boric ointment is applied to the skin as needed. With lice, a 5% boric ointment is applied to the hairy areas of the body at the rate of 10-25 g per person, depending on the degree of infection with insects, density and length of hair. After 20-30 minutes, the ointment is washed off with warm running water using any detergent. After washing, comb your hair with a frequent comb.
Possible: with overdose and prolonged use, and also with impaired renal function, acute and chronic toxic reactions (nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, rash, headache, confusion, convulsions, oliguria, shock) may occur.
In a cool, dark place.
Conditions of drugstore
Pyoderma, Eczema, Diaper rash, Dermatitis