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Tetracyclin ointment 3% 15gr

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Instruction for Tetracyclin ointmentReed more and buy Tetracyclin ointment hereIts active substance is able to cope with many bacterial pathogens, but is ineffective against group A streptococci, viruses and fungi.There are two fo..

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Instruction for Tetracyclin ointment

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Its active substance is able to cope with many bacterial pathogens, but is ineffective against group A streptococci, viruses and fungi.
There are two forms of ointment - for external use (3%) and ophthalmic ointment (1%).


Ointment 3% is used in the treatment of the following skin diseases:
    Acne rash (acne);
    Pustular infections;
    Inflammation of the female external genitalia (vulvitis).
Note: For ordinary uncomplicated wounds, a simple cream, such as Bepanten, is suitable.

Dosing and Administration

In the treatment of eye diseases, ointment is applied daily for the lower eyelid, pulling it with your fingers, squeezing it out onto the mucous membrane 3-5 mm. the drug, while avoiding the contact of the tube with tissues, and wiping the tip with clean material every time after use, so that the dirt does not enter inside.
Depending on the disease, the duration of treatment is as follows:
    With reddening of the mucous eyes, discomfort and purulent discharge, the drug is used until the symptoms stop, plus 2 for prevention;
    With trachoma treatment lasts from 24 to 17 days under the supervision of an ophthalmologist to prevent complications - loss of vision, scarring or changes in the cornea;
    After surgery or injury, ointment is used for 2-3 days.
The course of treatment for various diseases is as follows:
    With acne, the course is from 1 to 8 weeks. depending on the severity of the disease;
    In case of inflammation of the hair follicles and pustular infections, eczema and sores are treated by compressing the gauze bandage with a dense layer of ointment for up to 12 hours with a daily repeat of the procedure until complete healing;
    With vulvitis, inflammation is treated for 1 week.


Ointment is contraindicated in the following diseases:
    Extensive fungal lesions (fungal infections);
    Allergies to tetracycline antibiotics;
    Manifestations of hepatic insufficiency;
    Decrease the number of leukocytes in the blood;
    The ulcer of the stomach.
The drug is contraindicated for children under 8 years due to the negative effect of the active substance on tooth enamel during the development of bones in a child. The use of ointment in newborns causes the appearance of fatty hepatosis.

Pregnancy and lactemia

Despite weak absorption, ophthalmic ointment is not used during pregnancy and lactation, as it has been shown that the drug has a negative effect on the formation of the fetal skeleton and the danger of further development of the tooth enamel hypoplasia in a child. Application is possible only in extreme cases, if the benefits of treatment justify the risks to the fetus.


With strict adherence to the recommendations for use, the drug does not cause an overdose.

Side effects

After using the drug, the following side effects are possible:
    Visual disturbances in the form of hypersensitivity to light - photosensitivity;
    Allergic reaction to the skin - rashes, itching, inflammation;
    Darkening of tooth enamel (with prolonged use);
    Fungal infections (candidiasis).

Composition and pharmacokinetics

Ointment in the form of a yellow thick mass, which has a weak specific odor, is produced in aluminum tubes, with a volume of 5 to 50 g.
The active ingredient is tetracycline hydrochloride (0.01 or 0.03 g), as auxiliary components are petrolatum and lanolin.
The drug belongs to the tetracycline series of antibiotics. The active substance inhibits the formation of protein structures in bacteria. Being in the blood, does not form complex compounds with plasma proteins. Harmfully affects the following groups of microorganisms:
    Staphylococci and streptococci;
    E. coli;
    Spirochaetes and reketetia;
The drug does not affect the protein and fungal infection.


The drug can not be shared with antibiotics of the penicillin series, drugs containing antacids, metal ions, retinol or cephalosporins, and also combined with colestyramine or colestipol, since substances accelerate the absorption of the antibiotic.
Joint application with oleandomycin and erythromycin mutually enhance the therapeutic effect.
Sold without a prescription. Shelf life 3 years. Keep out of reach of children at a temperature not exceeding 20 ° C.


When repairing an apartment, I accidentally injured my finger with glass, and a small piece remained inside. After a while the finger became festering. Having understood what was the reason, she took out the glass with grief in half, rinsed it with peroxide and bandaged, but the suppuration did not pass. In the pharmacy the pharmacist advised tetracycline ointment, bought a tube of 15 g. I applied three times a day, and I felt the change on the second day - the wound ceased to rot and after a week was fully delayed, after which it was no longer sensible to smear. Svetlana, Podolsk

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