The drug "Sodium tetraborat" - an effective remedy against candidiasis
The drug "sodium tetraborate" is an effective tool against thrush. It is also called brown in glycerin.
The drug "Sodium tetraborate" has a bacteriostatic and antiseptic effect, being a derivative of boric acid. The drug effectively removes the fungus from the mucous membranes, slows down its reproduction, which is required in the treatment of thrush. As an antimicrobial agent, the drug is used in combination therapy of the upper respiratory tract. Antiseptic benefits only when applied to damaged skin and mucous membranes. The drug "Sodium tetraborate in glycerol" is a solution. The substance is absorbed through the skin and mucous membranes in the stomach and intestines, and excreted by the kidneys within a week.
Indications for use
Means "Sodium tetraborate" is used to treat lesions of the oral mucosa, genital organs, pharynx, respiratory and urinary tract caused by fungi of the genus Candida. The solution is effective for disinfecting diaper rash and pressure sores.
Mode of application
The drug "Sodium tetraborate" is administered by douching of the genital organs, they process the skin, rinse the throat and oral cavity. Use the drug 2-3 times a day during the week. When tonsillitis medication process tonsils up to six times a day. The treatment lasts a week. To enhance the therapeutic effect, the throat is simultaneously rinsed with tetraborate saline. In case of vaginal thrush, the antiseptic is moistened with gauze and injected as a tampon into the vagina for half an hour after prior douching with herbal decoction or boiled water. Frequency of use depends on the severity of symptoms. With a slight itch and discharge it is enough to have one procedure per day, for chronic candidiasis, the treatment is carried out twice a day.
A solution of sodium tetraborate can cause burning, as well as redness of the mucous membranes and skin.When such manifestations of the drug is required to wash. In case of overdose, dermatitis, weakness, diarrhea, confusion, dehydration, vomiting, loss of appetite, and abdominal pain may occur. In women, the normal course of the cycle is disturbed, twitching of the face and extremities is noted, and there is dysfunction of the kidneys, heart, and liver. The consequences of excessive use are eliminated by washing the stomach, performing forced diuresis.In severe poisoning, hemodialysis is performed, riboflavin-mononucleoid is injected intramuscularly, and sodium chloride solution and bicarbonate are injected intravenously. Sodium tetraborate is a toxic substance, 10-20 grams of a solution is considered a lethal dose.
The drug "sodium tetraborate" is prohibited to use in the defeat of significant areas of mucous membranes and skin. Its use during pregnancy, during lactation, with hypersensitivity is unacceptable. The medicine can not be taken orally. It is not recommended to use the drug due to its increased toxicity in pediatrics.