Ajisept is an antiseptic drug that has a local anesthetic, anti-inflammatory, antitussive action.
Release form and composition
Ajisept lozenges are made with various fruit flavors (lemon, strawberry, orange, raspberry, eucalyptus, etc.).
The active substances of Ajisepta are amylmetacresol and 2,4-dichlorobenzyl alcohol (600 μg and 1.2 mg in each feed, respectively).
6 lozenges in strips.
Indications for use Ajisepta
According to the instructions, Ajisept is shown when:
- Infectious and inflammatory diseases of the mouth, larynx and throat (pharyngitis, tonsillitis, laryngitis);
- Diseases of the oral cavity of a professional nature (among speakers, teachers, workers in the coal or chemical industry);
- Inflammation of the oral mucosa and gums (thrush, gingivitis, aphthous stomatitis);
According to the instructions, Ajisept can not be assigned to children under the age of six years.
Also, the drug is contraindicated in the presence of hypersensitivity to its components.
Dosage and administration Ajisepta
Pastils Ajisept intended for internal use. Pastilles are absorbed in the mouth until they are completely dissolved.
If there are symptoms in the first days of the disease, Ajisept prescribe 1-2 lozenges every two hours. The maximum daily dosage is 8 Ajisep lozenges.
Children to eliminate pain in the throat is prescribed 1 pastilka every four hours.
As the symptoms get better, the interval between taking the medication should increase. To achieve the maximum effect, combination of Ajisept with other anti-inflammatory drugs is allowed.
According to the instructions, Ajisept combines well with all groups of drugs.
Side Effects of Ajisept
As a rule, Ajisept is well tolerated by both children and adult patients. Perhaps, in the presence of hypersensitivity, the development of minor allergic reactions.
Overdose of Ajisepta can cause symptoms such as nausea, vomiting and diarrhea. In this case, symptomatic treatment is required.
When using Ajisepta, patients with diabetes should take into account that the medicine contains dextrose and sucrose.
If the patient accidentally missed one or more doses of the medicine, then the next dose should not be exceeded.
Women during pregnancy and breastfeeding are allowed to take Ajisept lozenges, but only after prior consultation with a doctor.
The analogs of Ajisepta, which have a similar therapeutic effect, are drugs Neo-Angin, Strepsils Plus, Suprima-ENT, Phytodent. These drugs are also prescribed for topical use in inflammatory diseases of the oral cavity and larynx.
Terms and conditions of storage
Ajisept should be stored away from sunlight and protected from moisture. The shelf life of the drug is 3 years.