Aseptolin is a drug intended for external use, providing disinfectant and antiseptic action.
Release form and composition
Make Aseptolin solution. 100 ml of the drug contains 90 ml of glycerol, which is a mixture of tannin, starch-containing raw materials, sugar-containing components and prepared water.
Indications for use
According to the instructions, Aseptolin is used in antiseptic and disinfecting treatment of the surgical field, places for injection;
According to the instructions, Aseptolin should not be used for:
- Skin lesions (high risk of Aceptoline penetration into the bloodstream and irritant action);
- Children age;
- Skin sensitivity;
- Hypersensitivity to the active substance of the drug;
- Neoplasms of the skin;
- Rash on the skin.
The active substance Aseptolina can have an embryotoxic effect, therefore, it is not recommended to prescribe it during pregnancy.
Dosing and Administration
Aseptolin is for external use. The drug is applied using gauze, bandage, swab. First, the solution is poured onto cotton wool or fabric and the skin is treated (the necessary area). It is recommended to use Aseptolina twice for the treatment of the surgical field and the injection site.
Aseptolina use may cause:
- Skin flushing;
- Skin burns;
- Dermatological skin reactions;
- Numbness of the skin;
- Pain in the place of application.
When Aseptolina enters the systemic circulation, a toxic effect on the central nervous system is possible.
It is not recommended to combine Aseptolin with other drugs intended for external use in order to avoid unpredictable changes in the action of drugs.
Aseptolinum does not cause marked symptoms of overdose. In the case of the use of the drug according to the instructions, an increase in the blood glyceritane is possible, which causes an increase in side effects.
In this case, symptomatic treatment is recommended.
Currently, structural analogs of Aseptolina with the same active component does not exist.
Terms and conditions of storage
The antiseptic solution is stored at a temperature of up to 25 degrees Celsius for no longer than 2 years from the date of issue.