Miramistin: instruction on the use of antibacterial drugs for children
When children grow up in the family, antiseptic preparations must always be in the home medicine cabinet. Earlier it was iodine, zelenka, streptotsid.
Today, mothers increasingly prefer Miramistin; An innovative tool with more capabilities and efficiency. Another indisputable advantage of the drug; its safety. By destroying harmful fungi and viruses, it does not harm the human body with proper application. For this, it is especially appreciated by pediatricians.
Next, consider the instructions for the use of Miramistine for children with various diseases and reviews about the treatment: from sore throat, with usual and herpes angina, stomatitis, conjunctivitis, chicken pox, otitis, runny nose, burns, thrush and adenoids.
The active substance of the drug is sometimes called miramistin, like the drug itself, sometimes leading to a long, hard-to-pronounce formula; benzyldimethyl [3- (myristoylamino) propyl] ammonium chloride monohydrate.
Nothing else but water and the active substance, Miramistin into itself does not include. It is clear, colorless, if you shake the bottle – a little foams.
The forms of Miramistin for children are diverse, this is:
In the most difficult cases and with a chronic form of the disease, doctors recommend using Miramistin ointment, it is applied a thin layer on the lesion.
Treatment of stomatitis is similar, but the medicine is not diluted with water: it must be strong enough to suppress the vital activity of dangerous bacteria and help restore the protective functions of the mucosa.
If a child has adenoids, doctors recommend to dig in a medicine in a nose: the small patient lays down on a back, under a neck to him put a platen, that the head dangled downwards a little. In this position, the solution will fall exactly where it should be, to the adenoids. Treatment is carried out for a week or less.
Skin rashes during chickenpox are treated by applying gauze bandages, soaked in a medicine. Very good at this diagnosis ointment.
With conjunctivitis, Miramistin is instilled by drop three times a day, gently massaging the eye so that the healing solution spreads over the entire surface of the eyeball. You can use a cotton swab impregnated with the drug - the eye is wiped with movements from the outer corner of the eye.
Otitis in a child is treated by digging a couple of drops of Miramistin into the sore ear twice a day. You can also use a small medicine-soaked swab, inserting it into the ear of a small patient. The procedure is repeated 3-4 times a day.