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External, local, 4-6 times a day.
For skin lesions adults are prescribed 5% ointment, children-2%, on the mucous membranes of adults and children-2% ointment. The ointment is applied in a thin layer and lightly rubbed.
The therapeutic effect of the drug is most pronounced when it is prescribed in the initial period of the disease or relapse. The duration of treatment depends on the form and severity of the disease.
In acute and recurrent forms of herpes simplex extragenital localization (with single rashes), the ointment is applied to the lesion for 3-5 days. In the case of common rashes, as well as in the presence of fever, lymphadenopathy and other common phenomena, the ointment is used for 5-14 days.
For Kaposi's herpetiform eczema and CMV infection the ointment is used in the same age-related dosages for 7-21 days in complex therapy.
For genital herpes 2% ointment is applied to the affected areas for 7-10 days.
For viral diseases of the oral mucosa (aphthous stomatitis) ointment is applied to the affected areas for 5-15 days, with erosive and ulcerative form of red flat lichen of the oral mucosa - for 2-4 weeks.
For diseases caused by Herpes zoster (shingles) and Varicella zoster (chickenpox), locally, adults are prescribed 5% ointment, children-2% on the lesion for 5-21 days. In case of relapses, repeated courses of treatment with the drug are carried out.
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In a place protected from light, at a temperature of 12-15 °C.
Keep out of reach of children.Shelf life of the drug Alpizarin® ointment5 лет.
Do not use after the expiration date indicated on the package.
|Ointment for external use||100 g|
|tetrahydroxyglucopyranosylxanthene (Alpizarin®) in terms of 100% substance||2 g|
|excipients: medical vaseline — up to 100 g of ointment|
Ointment for external and local use 2 and 5%.
5, 10 or 20 g each in aluminum tubes with internal lacquer coating and HDPE bouchons.
Each tube is placed in a pack of cardboard for consumer packaging.
Without a prescription.
D06BB Antiviral drugs
- A60 Anogenital herpes virus infection [herpes simplex]
- B00 Infections caused by the herpes simplex virus [herpes simplex]
- B00. 0 Herpetic eczema
- B00. 2 Herpetic gingivostomatitis and pharyngotonsillitis
- B01 Chickenpox [varicella]
- B02 Shingles [herpes zoster]
- B25 Cytomegalovirus disease