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BETADINE OINTMENT, Quick kill bacteria, viruses, fungi, certain protozoa

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BETADINE 100MG / G Quick kill bacteria, viruses, fungi, and certain protozoa

 

Quick kill bacteria, viruses, fungi, and certain protozoa.

 

BETADINE OINTMENT, Quick kill bacteria, viruses, fungi, certain protozoa Betadine 100 mg / g ointment

 

povidone iodine

 

Read all of this leaflet carefully because it contains important information for you.

Betadine can be purchased without a prescription, but it should be taken exactly as directed, the best results.

- Keep this leaflet You may need to read it.

- If you want more information or advice, ask your pharmacist.

- If symptoms worsen or do not improve, see your doctor.

- If you experience any serious side effects or if you notice any side effects not listed, please tell your doctor or pharmacist.

BETADINE Quick kill bacteria, viruses, fungi, and certain protozoa leaflet

 

 

 

  1. WHAT IS betadine AND WHAT IT IS USED FOR

 

The unit iodine is effectively destroying bacteria material. In vitro it quickly destroys bacteria, viruses, fungi, and certain protozoa.

 

Therapeutic indications

Wounds, burns and ulcers antiseptic treatment.

 

 

  1. BEFORE YOU betadine

 

Do not use betadine:

- If you are allergic (hypersensitive) to iodide or any of the other ingredients of betadine material;

- Do not use regular patients and other people with thyroid diseases (including so-called hub goiter, endemic crop and Hashimoto's thyroiditis);

- You suffer Diuringo (Duhring) herpetiformis inflammation of the skin (dermatitis);

- Before treatment with radioactive iodine, and ionizing radiation test (scintigraphy).

 

Take special care with:

- If irritable skin or hypersensitivity reaction occurs (when the oil needs to stop using);

- People with chronic renal failure;

- In patients treated with lithium (betadine they should not be used continuously);

- In children (betadine to be treated as short as possible and at the lowest possible doses).

 

After long-term treatment with betadine need for thyroid function tests.

 

 

BETADINE OINTMENT, Quick kill bacteria, viruses, fungi, certain protozoa Taking other medicines

 

Katu use of PVP iodine (iodinated povidone) with disinfectants containing mercury, silver and taurolidino, or hydrogen peroxide and benzoic acid tincture may weaken the effect of both products.

Iodine, absorbed through intact skin or wounds may alter thyroid function test results.

For the oxidation iodinated povidone properties of blood in stool and blood and urine glucose test results can be misleading.

 

pregnancy

Povidone iodine constantly is not recommended for pregnant women because of the absorbed iodine can cross the placenta. Although side effects, the use of oil briefly withheld, it is recommended to be used with caution, taking into account the benefits and possible side effects of drug absorbed fetal thyroid function and development.

 

Lactation

Povidone iodine continuous use is not recommended in breast-feeding women, as absorbed iodine can get into breast milk. Although side effects, the use of oil briefly withheld, it is recommended to be used with caution.

 

 

BETADINE OINTMENT, Quick kill bacteria, viruses, fungi, certain protozoa Driving and using machines

 

The preparation of these skills do not work.

 

 

  1. HOW TO USE betadine

 

- To apply on the skin.

- The treatment of infectious diseases is applied 1 or 2 times a day for no longer than 14 days.

- Betadine is applied to damaged skin must be cleaned and drained. It can be covered with a bandage or bandaging.

 

If you take a large dose of betadine

The ingested a large amount of iodine can cause crop and hypothyroidism (thyroid slowdown) or hyperthyroidism (thyroid amplification). Systemic absorption of iodine after repeated large wounds or many area covering the burns treatment iodine povidon can cause side effects: metallic taste in the mouth, excessive salivation, burning or pain in the throat or mouth, eye irritation and swelling, skin reactions, stomach upset and diarrhea, lung edema , metabolic disorders (metabolic acidosis, hypernatremia), and renal dysfunction may cause difficulty in breathing.

 

If you suspect an overdose, seek medical attention immediately.

 

 

  1. POSSIBLE SIDE EFFECTS

 

Betadine, like all medicines, can cause side effects, although not everybody gets them.

Povidone iodine (betadine active material) is well tolerated. It is considered to be less irritating material than iodine, although it may cause hypersensitivity reactions in the skin, eg., Contact dermatitis, psoriasis manifested, red rash, small vesicles.

PVP iodine during long-term treatment of him or large wounds, severe burns may occur overdose.

 

 

  1. HOW TO STORE betadine

 

Keep out of the reach and sight of children.

 

Do not store above 25 ° C.

 

On the carton and the tube after the expiry date, betadine not be used. The expiry date refers to the last day of the month.

After first opening the oil shelf life is 2 years old.

 

Medicines should not be disposed of via wastewater or household waste. How to dispose of medicines no longer required, ask your pharmacist. These measures will help to protect the environment.

 

 

  1. FURTHER INFORMATION

 

BETADINE Quick kill bacteria, viruses, fungi, and certain protozoa

betadine composition

- The active substance is iodized povidone. 1 g of ointment contains 100 mg of iodinated povidone.

- Excipients: polyethylene glycol 400, polyethylene glycol 4000, polyethylene glycol 6000 and purified water.

 

Betadine appearance and contents of the pack

Appearance. Grease is a dark brown, homogenous, low iodine smell.

Package. PE PE tube with a screw cap.

Each carton contains one tube containing 30 g of ointment, and the package leaflet.

 

manufacturer

 

BETADINE Quick kill bacteria, viruses, fungi, and certain protozoa Meda Manufacturing

 

Avenue JF Kennedy - FR -3370, Mérignac, Bordeaux

France

 

or

 

Sidefarma - Sociedade Industrial de Expansao Farmacêutica, SA

Rua da Guine, 26-2689-514, Prior Velho,

Portugal

 

Parallel importer

UAB "Lex ano"