Sodium tetraborate borax solution in glycerol 20%
Topical solution 20%
30 g – vials.
Antiseptic. It is sodium tetraborate – a derivative of boric acid. It has bacteriostatic and fungistatic activity. It is not absorbed through intact skin.
As an antiseptic in dermatology, ENT practice, ophthalmology.
Hypersensitivity to the storm.
Can be used together with boric acid as a buffer and antimicrobial agent in eye drops. It is not applied inside.
Solution for local use 20%: borax (sodium tetraborate) is contained in 100 g – 20 g.
Dosage and administration
Individual, depending on the indications and the dosage form used.
Local reactions: hyperemia and burning sensation at the site of use.
With prolonged use, symptoms of chronic intoxication may develop:
From the digestive system: anorexia, gastrointestinal disturbances.
From the side of the central nervous system: weakness, confusion, bouts of seizures.
Dermatological reactions: dermatitis, alopecia.
Other: menstrual irregularities, anemia
Terms and conditions
Solution to the local Application
Tula Pharmaceutical Abrika, Russia