Camphor solution

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Camphor solution It has a local irritating, antiseptic, anti-inflammatory and analgesic effect, improves the trophism of organs and tissues
Active substance:Camphor
Pharmacological group:ANTISEPTIC
Expiration Date (in months):Always fresh
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Instructions for Camphor solution

Camphor solution

Release form

p-r d/ext. approx. 2% alcohol: fl 25 ml, 40 ml, 80 ml or 4.5 kg, bute. 9 kg

2% Alcohol Outdoor Solution 100 ml
Camphor 2g
9 kg - bottles.

ATC codes
M02AX10 Other drugs

Clinical-pharmacological groups / Group affiliation
Preparation with analgesic and local anesthetic effect for external use

Active substance

Pharmacotherapy group
Local irritant agent of plant origin

Pharmacological effect
A plant-based remedy. When used externally, it has antimicrobial, local irritant, analgesic and anti-inflammatory effects; in parenteral administration, analeptic, cardiotonic, vasoconstrictor and expectorant action. Stimulating sensitive nerve endings of the skin, reflexively improves the trophic of organs and tissues.

The inventive method consists in stimulating the respiratory and vasomotor centres of the elongated brain during a surgical intervention. It enhances metabolic processes in the myocardium, increasing its sensitivity to the effect of sympathetic nerves. Increases venous vessel tone, increases blood flow to the heart, coronary blood flow, blood supply to the brain and lungs. Excretion from the body through the respiratory tract, promotes the separation of sputum.

Outside: Myositis, neuralgia, prevention of sores.

P/S: heart failure, collapse, respiratory distress in infectious diseases (including pneumonia), sleeping pills and opioid analgesics.

Method of use, course and dosage
Individual, depending on the indications and the dosage form used.

Use in pregnancy and breastfeeding
Due to the high permeability of Camphor through the EHS, placental barrier and in breast milk, use of Camphor during pregnancy and lactation (breastfeeding) should be carried out with caution.

Side Effect
When used externally: skin allergic reactions, skin irritation.

At the introduction: headache, dizziness, oleogranulema (at the injection site), fat embolism (at the injection site).

Contraindications for use
Increased Camphor sensitivity. Epilepsy (for administration). Violation of skin integrity (for external use).

Special Instructions
Use with caution in children.

Use in children
Use with caution in children.

Nosology (ICD codes)
Congestive heart failure
Bacterial pneumonia not classified elsewhere
Respiratory failure not classified elsewhere
Decubital ulcer and pressure area
Neuralgia and Neuritis Unspecified
Fainting [syncope] and collapse
Other opioid poisoning (codeine, morphine)
Intoxication by anticonvulsive, sedative, sleeping pills and antiparkinsonian agents

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