Bonafton - a drug used in the treatment of skin diseases.
Release form and composition
Bonafton is released as an ointment, in aluminum tubes of 10 g. One gram of the product contains 5 mg of bromnaftoquinone.
Indications for use
Bonafton is prescribed for the treatment of viral diseases of the eyes, mucous membranes of the mouth and genitals, skin, as well as with gingivitis and stomatitis.
The use of Bonafton is contraindicated in case of hypersensitivity to the components of the drug.
Dosing and Administration
In cases of eye diseases, Bonafton ointment is placed three or four times a day in the eyelid, for adults, 0.1 g for 15–20 days, for children, for 0.025 g for 10–12 days.
With herpes zoster and herpes simplex, it is taken orally one hour after meals, 0.1 g three times a day, and ointment is applied in parallel to the lesions four times a day. Therapy is carried out in three cycles of five days with a two-day break.
Bonafton in cases of diseases of the oral mucosa 4-6 times a day is applied to the affected areas and hold for 5-10 minutes. The duration of therapy varies within 3-20 days.
The instructions to Bonafton indicate that the agent can cause dermatitis, headache, burning in the eyes, allergic reactions and dyspepsia.
Patients should be warned that after the application of Bonafton there may be blurred vision, which has a direct impact on the ability to drive complex machinery or vehicles.
Drug synonyms are not released. Analogs of Bonafton are such drugs as:
Terms and conditions of storage
Bonafton, according to the instructions, should be stored in a dry, well-ventilated room out of reach of children and light, at a temperature not exceeding 15 ° C.
The drug is released from pharmacies by prescription, its shelf life is three years. An open tube is stored for no more than three months.