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Instructions for use
The antiseptic drug betadine effectively eliminates bacterial tissue damage. The drug is a means of external and local use. Compliance with the instructions will lead to maximum effectiveness in the use of the drug.
The main indications for the use of betadine:
- trophic ulcers;
- diabetic foot;
- domestic wounds and burns;
- treatment of wounds and burns in combustiology, traumatology, surgery;
- treatment of fungal, bacterial, viral infections of the skin;
- antiseptic ulcers and micro-damage to the skin;
- in dermatology - preventing the development of superinfections (treatment of infectious dermatitis including);
- disinfection of the oral cavity during stomatitis and other oral infections, as well as during dental operations;
- treatment of mucous tissues and skin in preparation for invasive and surgical interventions (during operations, examinations);
- disinfection of the skin around the probes, catheters, drainage systems;
- in gynecology, treatment of mucous membranes during small operations (polyp coagulation and erosion, introduction of the IUD, abortions);
- in venereology - mycoses, trichomoniasis (antiseptic treatment);
- in obstetrics - disinfection of the birth canal.
Dosage and administration
When used in drainage systems:
- 10% Betadine® solution is prepared immediately before use;
- the proportion of dilution of the solution 10-100 times;
- residues of unused solution are not subject to storage.
- moisten skin with water;
- apply a 10% solution;
- wait 3 to 5 minutes;
- the consumption of Betadin® is approximately 1 ml per area of 55-70 square meters. cm;
- further rinse with sterile water;
- apply betadine again and leave to dry completely.
When disinfecting burns, wounds and mucous membranes:
- It is recommended to use a 10% betadine solution;
- apply a sterile swab moistened with a solution to the affected areas;
- tampon application time 1-2 seconds.
When treating mucous and affected skin:
- wet compress or tampons are used for lubrication;
- means is applied on pure cotton fabric, bandage or gauze;
- Betadin® is not diluted (used undiluted).
Disinfection of the hands of surgeons (doctors and staff):
- 7.5% solution is used;
- Moisten the skin with plenty of water;
- apply the agent Betadine® in the amount of ~ 5 ml;
- grind thoroughly before foaming;
- wash off the foam with water;
- repeat the application of betadine;
- leave the drug on the skin of the hands until dry.
This drug has serious contraindications due to the presence of iodine in the Betadin® preparation:
- simultaneous use of radioactive iodine;
- thyroid adenoma;
- hyperthyroidism (increased thyroid function);
- hypersensitivity to iodine and iodine-containing drugs.
- Herpetiform dermatitis Dühring at any age;
- individual intolerance of individual components in the composition of betadine;
- renal failure (especially chronic);
- lactation, pregnancy 2 and 3 trimesters;
- Betadine is strictly not recommended for newborns and premature babies.
- Betadine should not be exposed to heat before use;
- If there is an urgent need to use Betadine® contrary to contraindications, the issue is decided individually under the strict supervision of a competent doctor;
- in any case, betadine should not be used for bites of wild and domestic animals, as well as insects;
- do not leave excess solution under bed patients;
- protect your eyes from getting Betadin® solution;
- do not combine with antiseptic and disinfectants with mercury, enzymes, oxidizing agents and alkaline salts.
Pregnancy and lactation
Starting with the 2nd trimester of pregnancy, betadine is not recommended, as in the period of lactation. When there is an urgent need for a drug, it is necessary to coordinate its use with the doctor individually.
The issue of overdose is related to the issue of contraindications. That is, it is necessary to monitor the response of the body, applying betadine when:
- chronic renal failure;
- thyroid dysfunction;
- unspecified individual intolerance.
Sometimes betadine causes such side effects as:
- hyperemia (increased thyroid function);
- itching, burning in the mouth and other mucous membranes;
- pain, swelling of the skin in places of use;
- With extensive use of wounds and burns with frequent use of Betadine®, systemic iodine absorption is possible.
The bright side effects that have been felt - a signal to stop the use of betadine. Consult your doctor in order to agree on further treatment or to correct it.
Composition and pharmacokinetics
- carton pack 1;
- dropper bottle 30 ml;
- container material - polyethylene;
- the concentration of the solution of local and external use - 10%;
- clear solution of dark brown color.
The following components are present in the composition of Betadine® (at the rate of 100 ml of the preparation):
- 10 g - the active substance Povidone-iodine (povindon-iodine);
- 0,015 g - disodium hydrogen phosphate;
- 0.071 g - anhydrous citric acid;
- 0.25 g - nonoxyl 9;
- 1 g - glycerol;
- sodium hydroxide solution (m / o) to establish the pH level;
- the rest of the volume is purified water.
Mechanism of action:
- iodine is released from the complex with PVP;
- comes in contact with mucous tissue or skin;
- forms iodamines (when combined with bacteria proteins) and coagulates them;
- microorganisms die;
- iodine absorption in the local application of betadine does not occur.
Other information about Betadine (Betadine®):
- over-the-counter pharmacy sales; :)
- EAN code: 5995327165387;
- Certificate No. P N015282/03, 2008-09-18 from EGIS Pharmaceuticals PLC (Budapest, Hungary);
- manufactured under license of MUNDIFARMA A.O. (Basel, Switzerland);
- shelf life of 3 years;
- date of manufacture, see the packaging;
- do not use after the expiration date;
- Keep out of reach of children, away from light;
- storage temperature from +10 to +25 ° C.
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