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Betadine supp 200mg #14

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Betadine user manualReed more and buy Betadine hereCompositionAs part of Betadine ointment, there is an active component of povidone-iodine, as well as additional components: macrogol 400, macrogol 1000, macrogol 4000, sodium bica..

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Betadine user manual

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As part of Betadine ointment, there is an active component of povidone-iodine, as well as additional components: macrogol 400, macrogol 1000, macrogol 4000, sodium bicarbonate, water.
The solution of Betadine in the composition is an active component of povidone-iodine and additional components: nonoxynol 9, anhydrous citric acid, glycerol, disodium dihydrogen phosphate, sodium hydroxide 10%, water
Vaginal suppositories Betadine is a component of povidone-iodine, and also macrogol 1000 as an additional component.

Form of issue

There are several forms of the drug Betadine:
    The solution of Betadine for application externally has a dark brown color, does not contain precipitated or suspended particles. Contained in vials of 30, 120 and 1000 ml.
    Ointment Betadine has a brown color, has a weak iodine flavor. Contained in aluminum tubes of 20 g.
    Vaginal suppositories are torpedo-shaped, dark brown, homogeneous. The package contains 7 pcs.
The drops and tablets of Betadine are not available.

pharmachologic effect

Betadine has a disinfectant and antiseptic effect. Iodine is released from the complex with polyvinylpyrrolidone, in contact with the skin and mucous membranes, and forms cells of iodine bacteria, coagulates them. As a result, microorganisms are dying.
Betadine acts on both gram-positive and gram-negative bacteria. An exception is Mycobacterium tuberculosis. Demonstrates activity in relation to fungi, bacteria, viruses, protozoa.
All forms of the drug are not addictive, they are not toxic. When using suppositories the vaginal microflora normalizes, burning and itching disappears, and the suppositories do not have an irritating effect.

Pharmacokinetics and pharmacodynamics

When applied topically in the blood, iodine is not absorbed. The active component penetrates into the tissues shallowly. After the introduction of vaginal suppositories fungi and bacteria die within 1 min.

Indications for use

The agent in the form of a solution is applied externally in the following cases:
    with the purpose of disinfection of mucous membranes and skin before an operative intervention;
    before the injection, biopsy, puncture, infusion, transfusion and other manipulations for skin disinfection;
    for treatment for the purpose of prevention and treatment with the use of catheters, drains, probes in patients who underwent surgery;
    for the treatment of infected and aseptic wounds;
    with fungal, bacterial, viral infections of the skin, mucous nasopharynx and mouth;
    with the purpose of disinfection during manipulations in dentistry;
    for partial or complete treatment of patients before the operation (for the so-called "disinfecting bathing");
    with the aim of disinfection of the birth canal in gynecology and obstetrics, as well as in gynecological manipulations;
    with the aim of treating the umbilical cord and preventing conjunctivitis in newborns;
    for the disinfection of skin with cuts, wounds, diaper rash, abrasions, acne, pustular diseases, stomatitis.

The use of ointment is practiced in such cases:

    with the purpose of local treatment of burns, abrasions, wounds, pressure sores, trophic ulcers, superinfectious dermatitis, skin infections;
    for the treatment of viral diseases, including those provoked by the virus of papilloma and herpes.

Indications for the use of suppositories are determined as follows:

    inflammatory diseases of the vagina in acute and chronic form;
    nonspecific infections, mixed infections;
    fungal lesions (also after antibiotic treatment);
    genital herpes;
    infections, provoked by gardnerella, chlamydia, trichomonads;
    for prevention before gynecological manipulations.
The use of suppositories immediately after unprotected sexual contact reduces the likelihood of infection with sexual infections. However, this action is possible only if the suppositories with iodine are used within two hours after sexual intercourse.


Contraindicated use of this tool in such diseases and conditions:
    herpetiform dermatitis of Dühring;
    adenoma of the thyroid gland;
    with the simultaneous use of radioactive iodine;
    at the age of a child under 1 year;
    at high sensitivity to iodine, and also to other components of this agent.
Contraindicated in the use of drugs for newborns and premature babies. It is used for chronic inflammation of the skin, during pregnancy, and also during lactation.

Side effects

The following side effects of suppositories and other forms of drug release are noted:
    local manifestations of an allergic reaction to iodine in the form of redness, rash, itching;
    vaginal dysbacteriosis (with prolonged use of suppositories);
    thyrotoxicosis (with a predisposition of a hereditary nature).

Instructions for use Betadine

Betadine Ointment, instructions for use

The agent should be applied to the affected areas several times a day. Apply it to a thin layer.

Betadine solution, instructions for use

The solution is used both undiluted and in the form of an aqueous solution. Such a solution is prepared in a ratio of 1:10 or 1: 100.
For the purpose of disinfection of healthy skin areas, an undiluted solution 1-2 minutes is used. To treat burns, wounds, skin, infected with fungus and bacteria, an aqueous solution (1:10) is used.
Hygienic treatment of the patient is carried out with an aqueous solution of Betadine (1: 100).
Acne, pustular diseases are wiped with a cotton swab dipped in a solution of 5% or 10%.
Rinse the mouth with a solution diluted 1:10.
With aseptic management of wounds and treatment of complications, a 5% or 10% solution is used. You can impregnate the dressing with a concentrated solution.
In case of rinsing of serous cavities, joint cavities, 1:10 - 1: 100 solution is used.
In gynecological practice, undiluted Betadine solution is used.

Betadine suppositories, instruction manual

In the acute course of the disease should be administered two times a day for 1 soup. Treatment is carried out for 7 days, while you need to inject suppositories deep into the vagina.
In subacute and chronic course of the disease before bedtime, one should inject 1 supp. before going to bed, treatment is carried out for 14 days.
Depending on the diagnosis and nature of the infection, the course of therapy can be extended by a doctor. Before the introduction of suppository recommended to moisten them with water. During the treatment should use sanitary napkins. Do not stop treatment during menstruation. suppositories during pregnancy are used only after the appointment of a doctor.
suppositories of Betadine with thrush
Betadine suppositories from thrush are used according to the instructions indicated above. Depending on the course of the disease - an acute form or chronic - Betadine suppositories should be applied 1 or 2 times a day.
suppositories with erosion can be used only after the appointment of a doctor.


There is no evidence of an overdose of any of the forms of the drug Betadine


The product is not combined with other antiseptic preparations, especially those containing enzymes, alkalis, and mercury in the composition. The effectiveness of Betadine is reduced if it is used with hydrogen peroxide.
The effect of Betadine decreases in the presence of blood, but if its concentration increases, bactericidal activity increases.

Storage conditions

It should be protected from light, at a temperature of 5 to 15 ° C. Protect the drug from children. The diluted solution is not stored.
Shelf life - 5 years.

special instructions

In people who suffer from disorders of the thyroid gland function, it is possible to use the Betadine remedy exclusively under the strict supervision of a physician.
Newborn babies Betadine can be used only if absolutely necessary and after the thyroid gland function has been performed.
It is important to carefully practice regular use on damaged skin in people who suffer from chronic kidney failure.
In the place where the drug was applied, a colored film appears. It persists until all active iodine is released, and the drug does not stop acting. The colored body surface is easily washed off with water.
Betadine can not be used when bitten by animals, insects.
It should be prevented from getting into the eyes.
It should be taken into account that povidone-iodine has the properties of an oxidizer, which can influence the results of urine, blood, and scintigraphy results.
You can not regularly use the Betadine suppositories for people who are being treated with lithium drugs.
It is necessary to take into account the spermicidal effect, which produces suppositories of Betadine, from which they should be thoughtfully used by those who plan pregnancy.


Betadine is not used to treat children under 1 year. The newborn is prescribed only if absolutely necessary and under the strict supervision of a doctor.

Betadine in pregnancy and lactation

The instruction indicates that Betadine should not be used by women after 3 months of pregnancy. Whether it is possible to use suppositories of Betadine during pregnancy, one should consult with a doctor individually. But the testimonies indicate that many women successfully practice such treatment. During the treatment it is important to monitor the condition of the thyroid gland of the future mother. During the lactation period, the agent is not used.

Reviews of Betadine

In the responses that users leave, it is a question of that both solution and ointment are effective antiseptics and help to cope with many diseases. In this case, side effects are almost not manifested. As a minus, only the fact that the product can stain clothes and linen is mentioned.
Reviews of the Betadine suppositories during pregnancy are also positive: women note that this medication managed to cope with the manifestations of thrush.

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