Vinylin (Vinilinum) 50gr
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Vinylin instructionReed more and buy Vinylin on this pageComposition Vinylin (balm Shostakovskogo)The composition of 1 gram of balsam is represented by 1 gram of polyvinyl butyl ether, also called polyvinox.Form of issueYellow, th..
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Composition Vinylin (balm Shostakovskogo)
The composition of 1 gram of balsam is represented by 1 gram of polyvinyl butyl ether, also called polyvinox.
Form of issue
Yellow, thick liquid for external use with a specific odor, in consistency resembles ointment.
50 or 100 grams of liquid in a vial - 1 bottle in a cardboard pack.
50 grams in a vial - 20, 40, 60, 50, 80, 100 or 120 bottles in a cardboard box.
Vinylin (balm Shostakovskogo) has anti-inflammatory, antimicrobial, epithelizing effect.
Pharmacodynamics and pharmacokinetics
Polyvinoks improves the recovery and healing of tissues, providing an additional anti-inflammatory effect. Demonstrates also local antimicrobial and enveloping action.
Antiseptic action is caused by the ability of the drug to dehydrate microbial cells, coagulating the protein and provoking the death of microbes. As a consequence, the recovery occurs by replacing the necrosis area with a connective or specific tissue.
With external use promotes epithelization, cleansing of wounds, tissue regeneration.
Indications for use
For external use the drug is prescribed for carbuncles, furuncles, purulent wounds, trophic ulcers, mastitis, burns, wounds, frostbites, skin inflammatory diseases.
Vinylin for internal use is used for gastritis, peptic ulcer, colitis.
Allergy to polyvinoks.
Side effects of Vinilinum
It is not excluded the occurrence of allergic reactions.
Instructions for use Vinylin (Shostakovskiy balsam) (Method and dosage)
The drug is allowed to be used topically, orally and rectally.
Vinylin, instructions for use
Outer: ointment (with the drug in the composition), balm in pure form or in the form of oil solutions are applied to the napkins and with their help directly treat the affected area.
Inside Vinylin (balm Shostakovskogo) are taken 1 time per day 5 hours after the evening meal (a small dinner is recommended at 6 pm and taking the medication at 11 pm):
when peptic ulcer is consumed 1 teaspoon of liquid in the first day, in the following days of treatment take 1 dessert spoon per day (the course of treatment is an average of 17-20 days);
with gastritis with increased secretion and heartburn, it is recommended to take 1 teaspoon of liquid in the first day, and then 1 dessert spoon every other day for 10-12 days.
In the rectum (by means of a rectoscope), add up to 40 ml of balsam at the increasing dosages at a time for 3-9 days.
Vinylin for stomatitis is used to treat ulcers, for which they apply balm to a cotton swab and treat it with the affected area up to three times a day. Within 30 minutes after the procedure, it is forbidden to drink and eat.
Vinylin with angina
It is allowed to use the drug with angina, treating the throat with a soaked Vinylnin napkin up to 4 times a day. However, it is worth noting that the effectiveness of the described treatment is not proven.
There is no evidence of an overdose of the drug.
Interaction of the drug with other drugs has not been studied.
Terms of sale
Store at room temperature. Keep away from children.
Shelf life - Five years.
Use in the form of an oil solution of 20% concentration, as well as in combination with other medications compatible with the drug (pastes, creams, ointments on vaseline or other bases) is allowed.
The drug should not be given to children because of the lack of data on its safety in this age group of patients.
Vinylin (Vinilinum) for infants
Studies of the safety of the drug in newborns and infants have not been carried out, so do not use Vinylin for babies.
In pregnancy and lactation
In pregnancy and lactation, the use of the drug is not recommended.
Reviews about Vinylin (Shostakovskiy balsam)
The reviews perfectly characterize the preparation, its anti-inflammatory and reparative abilities, despite the low popularity of the balm. There are almost no reports of undesirable phenomena or inefficiencies. Patients are often confused and mistakenly called Vinylin "Shestakov's balm", distorting the name of its creator (Shostakovskiy).