Formic acid

Instruction

Composition of the drug:

active ingredient: 1 ml of the preparation contains acid formic (in terms of 100% content) 12.25 mg;

auxiliary substance: 70% ethanol.

Dosage form: Solution for external use.

Transparent colorless liquid with a specific pungent odor.

Pharmacotherapeutic group.

Means that are used topically for pain in joints and muscle pain. The code of automatic telephone exchange 02 10.

Pharmacological abilities.

Ant alcohol refers to the means that irritate sensitive nerve endings. Due to the stimulation of the skin receptors and subcutaneous tissues, the drug shows not only a reflex but also a general humoral effect. The irritation with alcohol of the ant receptors is accompanied by the stimulation of the formation and release of endorphins, dinorphins, peptides, which is important in the regulation of pain sensations, vascular permeability and other processes.

Indications for use: neuralgia, myositis, arthralgia.

Contraindications

Hypersensitivity to the drug. Exemes, foul and infectious skin diseases localized in the field of its use, as well as allergic reactions.

Special caveats.

Applications during pregnancy or lactation: No data available.

The ability to influence the reaction rate when driving by road or other machinery: Does not affect.

Children: No data available.

Method of administration and dose: Formic alcohol is used externally for rubbing the affected area of the body. The multiplicity of the drug and the duration of the course are determined by the nature and severity of the disease.

Overdose: Cases of overdose were not observed.

Side effects: Severe skin irritations, rashes, blistering are possible.

Interaction with other drugs and other types of interactions: When used simultaneously with preparations for external use that contain organic compounds, new compounds can be formed, the denaturation of the protein components.

Shelf life: 3 years.

Storage conditions: Store at a temperature not higher than 25 C in a place inaccessible to children.

Packaging: 50 ml in a vial or 50 ml in a vial in a pack.

Terms of leave: Without recipe