Drops Otypaks in case of ear diseases: instruction for use for children
Otypax; one of the most effective drugs for ear disease. The French laboratory Biocodex produces the medicine. The main component of Otipax is phenazone. This substance is an anesthetic, which was first obtained synthetically in 1884. Since then, a lot of time has passed, and replaced by phenazone came more modern analgesics.
But the drugs that make up this component are still found on the pharmacological market, and some of them are considered to be the most effective for children, for example, the otipax ear drops, which you will learn how to use from our article. Is it possible to apply Otypax to children, what are the indications and contraindications to drops, how they act and whether there are any side effects?
The main active substances of children’s ear drops Otypaks ; phenazone and lidocaine hydrochloride. Auxiliary components of the drug: ethanol, glycerol, water, sodium thiosulfate.
Drops are produced for the ears in a glass vial; 16 g. The liquid itself is a yellowish oily consistency.
All information about Zodak drops and instructions for the use of a known anti-allergic drug for children can be found on our website.
During treatment, the drug may cause irritation, hyperemia of the auditory canal and allergic reactions.
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The price in the Russian Federation, the expiry date, the conditions of leave and storage
Depending on the region of the country, the prices for ear drops for Otipaks children vary from 180 to 230 rubles.
Keep the medicine in a place where there is no access for children, at a temperature not exceeding 30 degrees. Shelf life preparation; 5 years.
After autopsy the medicine can be used no more than 6 months.