Septisse aerosol 30ml

Adamed


£14.99 £25.00




Septisse is an aerosol containing two active substances, octenidine dihydrochloride and phenoxyethanol. The drug is bactericidal, virucidal and fungicidal, it can be used, for example, to disinfect small, superficial wounds.

Composition of Septisse aerosol:

Active substances: octenidine dihydrochloride (Octenidinum dihydrochloridum) and phenoxyethanol (Phenoxyethanolum). 100 g of the liquid contains 0.10 g of octenidine dihydrochloride and 2 g of phenoxyethanol and excipients: cocamidopropyl betaine, 28-32% solution (cocamidopropyl betaine, sodium chloride, purified water), sodium gluconate, glycerol 85%, sodium hydroxide (for pH adjustment), diluted hydrochloric acid (for pH adjustment), purified water.

Operation Septisse aerosol:

A drug in the form of an aerosol for application to the skin with octenidine dihydrochloride and phenoxyethanol. Thanks to them, Septisse has a bactericidal, fungicidal and virucidal effect. The preparation is recommended for decontamination of small, superficial wounds, and to support their treatment. In addition, Septisse is used as a skin disinfectant before non-surgical procedures. The effectiveness of the aerosol in destroying microorganisms and inactivating viruses occurs one minute after application and lasts for an hour. After additional protein loading of the mucosa in laboratory conditions, the drug kills bacteria (including Chlamydiumi Mycoplasma), fungi, yeasts, protozoa (Trichomonas), viruses (Herpes simplex, inactivates HBV and HIV).

Application:
Septisse aerosol medicinal product indicated for: use for disinfection and supportive treatment of small, superficial wounds and skin disinfection before non-surgical procedures; repeated short-term antiseptic treatment of the mucous membranes and adjacent tissues before and after diagnostic procedures in the genitals and anus (vagina, vulva and glans penis), as well as before bladder catheterization; use as an aid in antiseptic treatment in the area of ​​closed skin layers after treatments (e.g. post-treatment sutures); use in the genital area (e.g. vaginitis), as well as in the man's glans penis; use in pediatrics (e.g. for the care of the umbilical cord stump); oral cavity disinfection (mouth ulcers, irritation caused by wearing braces or dentures); a time-limited supportive antiseptic treatment of mycosis. The drug can be used in children and adults (regardless of age).

Additional information:
Store the product out of reach of children at room temperature. It is recommended to protect against the effects of moisture and light. Do not use together with PVP-iodine antiseptics (iodine povidone complex) on adjacent parts of the body (risk of brown or purple discoloration). Septisse is a cationic preparation which, when combined with anionic washing agents or detergents, may cause sparingly soluble residues. Due to the risk of interaction with anionic compounds, it is recommended to use distilled water (or water for injections) as a solvent. The entry of large amounts of fluid into the bloodstream (e.g. accidental injection) should be avoided as octenidine dihydrochloride is toxic when administered intravenously. In order to avoid tissue damage or local swelling, do not inject or introduce the preparation into the tissue under pressure. Always provide adequate drainage from the wound cavities (e.g. drainage, suction). Use with caution in newborns (especially premature babies). The drug can cause severe skin changes. Remove any excess medicine and make sure that the solution does not stay on the skin longer than necessary. Do not use in the eye - if such contact occurs, rinse eyes with plenty of water. Do not use inside the ear, do not swallow. The drug can cause severe skin changes. Remove any excess medicine and make sure that the solution does not stay on the skin longer than necessary. Do not use in the eye - if such contact occurs, rinse eyes with plenty of water. Do not use inside the ear, do not swallow. The drug can cause severe skin changes. Remove any excess medicine and make sure that the solution does not stay on the skin longer than necessary. Do not use in the eye - if such contact occurs, rinse eyes with plenty of water. Do not use inside the ear, do not swallow.

Contraindications:
Do not use in case of hypersensitivity to any component of the drug. Do not use for rinsing the abdominal cavity (e.g. intraoperatively). Do not use on the urinary bladder and eardrum.

Side effects:
When used to moisten the vagina, the preparation may cause a feeling of heat or burning (rarely). In the case of rinsing the mouth, the bitter taste usually lasts for about an hour (it is related to the effect of the preparation). Side effects: general disorders and conditions at the site of administration: rarely - burning sensation, redness, itching, feeling of heat; very rarely - contact allergic reactions (e.g. temporary redness); Not known - after rinsing deep wounds with a syringe, cases of persistent swelling, erythema and tissue necrosis have been observed. In some cases, surgical intervention was necessary

Dosage of Septisse aerosol:

Use as directed by your doctor or according to the directions on the leaflet. For use on the skin. Use undiluted, apply at least once a day. The treated area can be sprayed or wiped with a sterile gauze pad, or the medicine can be applied with a soot, which ensures complete hydration. Disinfection of the skin and mucous membranes: moisten the treated parts evenly and thoroughly with a sterile gauze pad previously soaked with the preparation or spray the preparation directly on the selected area. Duration of exposure: minimum 1 minute, it is recommended to extend it to 5 minutes. As an adjuvant in the treatment of mycoses of the skin: spray the preparation between the toes on the affected skin, apply in the morning and evening for 14 days. Antisepsis of surface wounds: spray the wound or wipe it with a sterile gauze pad soaked in the preparation. Repeat the operation each time the dressing is changed. Wounds with exudation: apply the drug in the form of a soak (contact with the wound and moisturize it for at least 1 minute, but it is advisable to extend this time to 5 minutes). Postoperative suture care: spray the wound or wipe it with a sterile gauze soaked with the preparation, repeat the procedure with each dressing change. The preparation disinfects and anesthetizes. Decontamination of the wound environment: wipe the wound radially from the center outwards with a sterile swab soaked in liquid (without dilution). Vaginal mucosa antiseptics: moisten the vaginal mucosa with the preparation ensuring contact with the preparation for at least one minute. Man's glans penis antiseptic: moisten the mucosa of the glans penis with the preparation, ensuring that the preparation is in contact with the mucosa for at least one minute. Oral disinfection: use 20 ml of liquid, rinse the mouth intensively for 20 seconds. Umbilical cord stump care: use a gauze pad that has been soaked in fluid. After one minute, dry the stump and the skin around it.