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Belosalic ointment 30gr

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User manual for BelosalicReed more and buy Belosalic ointment onlineThe drug Belosalic is a drug for external use, which has a pronounced anti-inflammatory and keratolytic effect.Form of formulation and composition of the preparat..

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User manual for Belosalic

Reed more and buy Belosalic ointment online

The drug Belosalic is a drug for external use, which has a pronounced anti-inflammatory and keratolytic effect.

Form of formulation and composition of the preparation

The drug Belosalic is available in the form of an ointment for external use in aluminum tubes of 20, 30 and 40 g in a cardboard bundle with the accompanying instruction.
The preparation is a homogeneous substance of white translucent color, without any impurities or inclusions.
The main active ingredient of the drug is betamethasone dipropionate, as well as salicylic acid.
Vaseline and mineral oil serve as auxiliary components.

Pharmacological properties of the drug

Ointment Belosalic is intended for external use only. The drug is a combined agent that combines anti-inflammatory and anti-allergic effects.
The main active substance of the drug - betamethasone belongs to the group of glucocorticosteroids and has an anti-inflammatory effect on the affected areas of the skin, relieves itching and swelling, reduces the amount of pathological exudate. The salicylic acid, which is part of the preparation, has a pronounced antiseptic effect, due to which growth and reproduction of pathogenic microflora is inhibited. In addition, salicylic acid helps soften the upper layer of the epidermis, due to which the maximum penetration of betamethasone into the affected surface is observed.

Indications for use

Ointment Belosalic can only be used as directed by a doctor. The drug is effective under the following conditions:
    Neurodermatitis in the acute stage;
    Urticaria accompanied by severe itching and swelling of the skin;
    Eczema of acute and chronic course;
    Atopic dermatitis;
    Various inflammatory processes of the skin, caused by the action of endogenous or exogenous factors;
    Red flat or warty lichen;
    Dermatoses with increased engorgement of the epidermis, accompanied by augmentation of the skin pattern;
    Pathological dryness of the skin;
    Peeling and moknutie skin;
    Poorly healing wound surfaces.

Contraindications for use

Before starting treatment with this ointment, the patient should always read the attached instructions, since the drug has serious limitations and contraindications:
    Bleeding wound surfaces;
    Fungal skin diseases;
    Herpetic rashes on the skin;
    Perioral dermatitis;
    Trophic ulcers;
    Child age up to 1 year;
    Individual intolerance of the active ingredients of the drug.
Ointment is also not prescribed to patients for the treatment of skin affected by malignant neoplasms.

Dosing and Administration

Ointment Belosalic is used only externally. Depending on the indications, the drug is applied to the affected areas of the skin from 1 to 3 times a day with a thin layer, gently rubbing it until the ointment is completely absorbed. The duration of treatment with ointment Belosalic according to the instructions should not exceed 21 days, but everything is strictly individual and determined by the doctor.
If it is necessary to use occlusive dressings with ointment, the patient is advised to consult a doctor. If the patient's skin condition worsens or there are no improvements in the background of therapy with the drug, you should consult a specialist again, it may be that the diagnosis was initially wrong and a completely different medicine is required.

Use of the drug during pregnancy and lactation

The use of this ointment in the first trimester is contraindicated, since it is not known how safe the main components of the drug are affecting fetal fetal development.
The use of ointment Belosalic in the 2nd and 3rd trimesters of pregnancy is not recommended. If there is an urgent need for drug therapy, the physician should evaluate the possible risks to the fetus and the potential benefits for the future mother. Treatment in this case is carried out under the supervision of a specialist.
Use of the drug during breastfeeding is not recommended, since active active ingredients of the drug can penetrate into breast milk, and then into the baby's body. If it is necessary to treat the drug should decide the issue of cessation of lactation.

Use of the drug in pediatric practice

Use of Belosalic Ointment in children older than 1 year should be conducted with caution under the strict supervision of a physician. In young children, the risk of systemic absorption of the drug is high due to immaturity of the epidermis and a small body weight, so therapy should be carried out as soon as possible and with a minimum amount of medication. It is forbidden to use gauze bandages with ointment, since the constant contact of the skin with the drug dramatically increases the risk of serious side effects.

Side effects

With proper use of the drug and compliance with all the recommendations of the doctor, side effects develop rarely and, as a rule, have a weakly expressed character. When hypersensitivity to the constituent components of the ointment, the patient develops the following reaction:
    Redness in the place of application, itching, burning;
    Local skin hyperthermia;
    Reduction of skin pigmentation at the site of application;
    Skin atrophy;
    Accession of secondary infection.
In children, the use of this drug can lead to the development of systemic adverse reactions due to increased absorption of the components of the ointment by the epidermis.

An overdose of the drug

With prolonged uncontrolled use of Belosalic ointment in patients (especially in pediatric patients), it is possible to develop systemic side effects, which are expressed as follows:
    Disturbance of adrenal function;
    Syndrome Itenko-Cushing;
    Disturbances in the liver.
When developing symptoms of an overdose, the drug should be discontinued immediately and consult a doctor. In this case, the patient is symptomatically treated.

Interaction of the drug with other drugs

Data on the drug interaction with the drug Belosalic other drugs are not registered, but the simultaneous use of ointment with glucocorticosteroids orally or injectively in the patient increases the risk of systemic side effects.
With the simultaneous use of ointments with antiseptic drugs based on salicylic acid, the risk of irritation and excessive dryness of the skin increases.

special instructions

Ointment Belosalic is intended for external use only. Do not apply the drug to mucous membranes or take it inside. With perioral dermatitis ointment is not prescribed to patients, as its use in this area can lead to subcutaneous fatty tissue atrophy.
The drug is ineffective in relation to skin diseases of fungal or viral origin, so when diagnosing these pathologies, it is advisable to use creams or ointments that have therapeutic activity against fungal or viral flora.
The drug does not affect the operation of the central nervous system and does not suppress the speed of psychomotor reactions, so it can be used to treat drivers of vehicles and persons whose work is associated with the management of complex mechanisms.

Conditions of dispensing and storage of the drug

The drug is allowed for over-the-counter leave in pharmacies. Ointment should be stored out of the reach of children in the original packaging, at a temperature of not more than 25 degrees. Shelf life of the medicine is no more than 2 years from the date of production, after which the ointment should be discarded.

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