Hydroperite is a drug belonging to the group of antiseptics-oxidizers and is a compound of hydrogen peroxide and urea. It is applied, as a rule, in the form of a solution for rinsing and rinsing.
Release form and composition
Hydroperite is available in the form of white tablets, the main active ingredient of which is hydroponite.
The drug is available in boxless boxes of 8 or 10 pieces.
Indications for use
Hydroperite, according to the instructions, is applied when
- Angina and stomatitis as gargles;
- Gynecological diseases in the form of washes;
- Nosebleeds, wounds, capillary hemorrhages from superficial wounds in the form of washes.
According to the instructions, Gidroperit does not apply when the patient is over-sensitive to this antiseptic.
Dosing and Administration
Tablets Gidroperit, according to the instructions, are designed to prepare a solution for local and external use.
To prepare the solution for washing wounds, two Hydroperit tablets should be dissolved in 100 ml of water. A solution for rinsing the mouth is prepared by dissolving one tablet in 200 ml of water.
When using Hydroperit, adverse reactions of an allergic nature may develop. Burning sensation may occur during wound healing. In the case of prolonged use of the drug as a rinse, hypertrophy of the papillae of the tongue may develop.
When applying Hydroperit it should be borne in mind that:
- The drug is not intended for application under occlusive dressings;
- The solution of the drug exhibits instability in an alkaline medium, as well as in the light, in the heat, in the presence of complex radicals, some oxidants, metal salts;
- The solution of the drug is not injected into deep cavities and wounds;
- Before preparing the solution, the Hydroperit tablet must first be ground to a powder;
- The drug does not have a sterilizing effect, but only for some time reduces the number of microorganisms;
- In case of accidental contact with the skin and mucous membranes of high concentrations of the drug, a burn may occur, which is manifested by whitening of the skin and the appearance of blisters on it. In such situations, you should rinse the place of ingestion of the drug with cold water;
- In case of accidental ingestion of the drug inside, burns of the mucous membrane of the digestive tract may occur. In such situations, symptomatic treatment is required;
- Contact with Gidroperit in the eyes may cause corneal burns.
The analogue of this antiseptic is Urea Peroxide.
The following drugs have similar pharmacological effects: Vokadin, Anti-Angin, Kerasal; Miramistin, Chlorhexidine digluconate.
Terms and conditions of storage
Hydroperit is stored at a temperature of not more than 20º in places with limited access of children not more than two years.