Ecofucin (natamycin) 100 mg 20 pills

Ecofucin (natamycin) 100 mg 20 pills

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Ecofucin (natamycin) 100 mg 20 pills antifungal agent, has a predominantly fungicidal effect, intestinal candidiasis
Active substance:natamycin
Pharmacological group:Antifungal
Dosage mg:100
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English Product Name

Release Form
Vaginal suppositories

Description Ecofucin

Vaginal suppositories are light yellow to light brown and have a torpedo shape; no penetration at the longitudinal section; air rod or funnel depression allowed.

1 soup.
natamitsin 100 mg
Auxiliary substances: lactulose - 300 mg, macrogol glyceryl hydroxystearate - 200 mg, silica colloidal - 20 mg, fat solid (Suppocyr AM) - up to 2300 mg.

ATX codes
G01AA02 Natamycin

Clinical and pharmacological groups / Group affiliation
Drug with antifungal effect for local application in gynecology

Active ingredient

Pharmacotherapeutic group Ecofucin

Antifungal agent

Retention conditions

The drug should be stored in a place that is protected from moisture and light and cannot be accessed by children at temperatures below 25° C.

Expiration date Ecofucin
The expiration date is two years. Do not use after expiry date indicated on the package.

Testimony Ecofucin

Vaginitis, vulvae, and vulvovaginitis due to Candid.

pharmachologic effect Ecofucin

Natamycin is an antifungal antibiotic classified as a macrolide. Its pharmacological action is based on a wide spectrum of microorganism exposure. This antibiotic is fungicidal and acts on cell membrane steroids, causing disruption of cell membrane function and death of microorganisms.

Natamycin is active against most pathogenic yeast fungi, especially Candida albicans, and against yeast Torulopsis and Rhodotorula. It also targets other pathogenic fungi such as Aspergillus and Penicillium. Natamicin is less active against dermatophytes such as Trichophyton, Microsporum, and Epidermophyton. It has been shown not to affect in vitro in gram-positive and gram-negative bacteria.
It is important to note that natamycin resistance does not occur in clinical practice.

How to use Ecofucin

The suppositories should be used as follows: the contour packaging must be removed before use. The product is then inserted into the vagina while lying still, trying to sink deeper. Apply once a day before bedtime.
For candidal vaginitis, vulvitis, and vulvovaginitis, the suppositories are used intravaginally and a single suppository is used for three to six days.
If vaginitis is caused by Candida albicans and is resistant, natamycin is also given by mouth as a tablet. Take one tablet four times a day for 10-20 days to treat candidal intestinal infection.
The duration of treatment is determined individually. After the symptoms disappear, treatment is recommended for several more days.
The suppository should be discontinued during menstruation.

  • Nosology Ecofucin (ICD codes)
  • B37.3
  • Candidiasis of vulva and vagina
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