Methyluracil ointment 10% 25gr
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Methyluracil ointment instruction for useReed more and buy Methyluracil ointment hereMethyluracil, chemically called dioxomethyl tetrahydropyrimidine, is a pyrimidine derivative. In terms of pharmacological activity, it refers to ..
Methyluracil ointment instruction for use
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Methyluracil, chemically called dioxomethyl tetrahydropyrimidine, is a pyrimidine derivative. In terms of pharmacological activity, it refers to stimulators of tissue regeneration - substances that are capable of restoring dead tissue and organs.
Regeneration stimulants are divided into general cellular (steroids, non-steroidal anabolics - Derinat, methyluracil, vitamin substances) and tissue-specific, which can act on a certain type of tissue.
Methyluracil, like other members of the group of substances to which it belongs, exhibits pronounced anabolic and anti-catabolic properties. Under its influence, there is an active biosynthesis of protein and reduced excretion of nitrogen, potassium, sulfur and phosphorus. It actively stimulates cell regeneration, accelerates wound healing and enhances specific and nonspecific immunity. When ingested, it has an erythro- and leukopoietic effect, as a result of which it is prescribed for agranulocytic angina, aleukia, poisoning with benzene, leukopenia due to chemotherapy of neoplastic formations, as well as other diseases characterized by a decrease in the number of leukocytes.
Anabolic compounds can fix calcium in bone tissue, stimulate appetite, increase working capacity, improve the general well-being of patients, and increase weight. In diseases of the digestive tract, they are used in connection with the ability to normalize the exchange of nucleic acids in the mucous membranes. This causes the appointment of this group in the treatment of gastric or intestinal ulcers, gastritis, hepatitis, pancreatitis.
In order to obtain a high efficacy of this group of drugs, patients should eat well and ensure a high level of proteins, fats, carbohydrates, vitamin and mineral substances in the body.
Methyluracil as an ointment belongs to a non-prescription group of drugs and is available without a prescription.
Release form and composition
Dosage form is represented by an external ointment of 10%. The basis consists of vaseline and lanolin.
The production of Methyluracil ointment is carried out by several manufacturers, including NIZHFARM, Biochemist, Biosynthesis, Green oak forest and others (Russia).
Indications for use
poorly healing, deep wounds;
trophic ulcers, bedsores, diaper rash;
burn lesions of the skin;
bone fractures and fractures;
radioepitheliitis, radiation injuries of the vagina.
Contraindications for Methyluracil ointment
hypersensitivity to methyluracil;
hypergranulation of the wound.
Dosing and Administration
Methyluracil ointment is applied externally 1-2 times a day. A single dose should not exceed 20 g.
Methyluracil ointment is applied with a thin layer on the surface of the wound. The course of application depends on the extent and area of the lesion, and can reach 30 days. With radioepitheliitis and uterine lesions, ointment is applied with loose tampons.
In the presence of purulent and necrotic processes, before applying the Methyluracil ointment, it is necessary to wash the damaged surface with antiseptic agents and remove the necrotic masses with a bandage.
Side effects of Methyluracil ointment
Side effects are rare, possibly irritation, redness and burning at the site of application.
Special instructions and drug interactions
the drug should be used only under strict indications;
methyluracil enhances the anti-radiation effect of cystamine;
The active ingredient is compatible with antibiotics, antiseptics and sulfa drugs.
Terms and conditions of storage
The drug should be stored at a temperature of up to 20 degrees in a dry place, protected from access by children. Shelf life is 3 years 6 months.
Terms of sell
To buy Methyluracil ointment the prescription is not required.