Bom-Benge - a drug for external use with irritant, anesthetic and anti-inflammatory action.
Release form and composition
The drug is available in the form of ointment, the main active ingredients of which are peppermint oil and methyl salicylate.
As auxiliary substances in the ointment Bom-Benge used oil solid paraffins, medical petroleum jelly.
The ointment is available in glass jars of 25 g.
Indications for use
According to the instructions, Bom-Benge is used for:
- Pains due to diseases of the periarticular tissues.
According to the instructions, Bom Benghe does not apply:
- With a high sensitivity of the patient to the components of the drug;
- If there is irritation, open wounds in the intended place of application of the ointment;
- At the age of 6 years.
The drug is carefully used:
- Ages 6 to 12;
- With aspirin bronchial asthma;
- During pregnancy and breastfeeding.
Dosing and Administration
Ointment Bom-Benge is intended for external use.
2-4 g of ointment (the size of a large cherry) is applied to the skin over painful areas. The ointment can be applied up to 3 times a day as needed with intervals of several hours.
The duration of the use of Bom-Benge is up to 10 days (without consulting a doctor).
When using Bom-Benge, adverse reactions may develop in the form of irritation at the site of application of the drug, skin allergic reactions, angioedema, which is caused by the patient's hypersensitivity to the components of the drug.
When applying Bom-Benge it should be borne in mind that:
- The drug is not used simultaneously with warming compresses;
- Do not allow the drug to enter the mucous membranes and eyes;
- If skin irritation occurs, the drug should be discontinued;
- If Bom-Benge ointment is accidentally taken orally, applied to large areas of infected or damaged skin, mucous membranes in large doses may cause hyperpyrexia, agitation, nausea, abdominal pain, vomiting, increased depth of breathing, symptoms of CNS depression (dizziness, flushing to face, unsteady gait, drowsiness, respiratory depression, coma). In such cases, the patient is prescribed saline laxatives and adsorbents, symptomatic and supportive therapy, correction of water and electrolyte balance, external cooling of the body, forced diuresis, in especially severe cases - hemodialysis and blood transfusion;
- Simultaneous use of the drug with other local agents may enhance their absorption;
- A large amount of the drug increases the toxicity of methotrexate and reduces the effect of hypoglycemic drugs;
- Do not use Bom-Beng along with oral anticoagulants.
Analogs of Bom-Benge are such drugs as Ben-Gay and Bengin.
Terms and conditions of storage
The drug is stored in a dry and cool place with limited access to children.