"Branolind N": instructions for use, analogs, description, reviews
Every person may have a need for first aid and a bandage on the wound or a damaged skin surface. This can be done by old proven methods, and modern means can be used.
Recently, a number of drugs specially designed to help in such cases have been created. They not only cover the wound, but also perform some other functions. One of them is "Branolind N".The instructions for using this remedy are simple.
"Branolind" is an antiseptic ointment dressing, which has a wound healing effect. It is used for the treatment of damaged skin. Thanks to the Peruvian balsam included in the impregnation, it has a wide range of positive effects.
One cardboard package contains 10 to 30 dressings in individual bags or is sold as a single-use package. The dressing is impregnated with anhydrous ointment, consists of a cotton fabric with large cells, perfectly passes the air and does not retain the secret of the wound - this is how the instructions for use describe the "Branolind".Indications for its use are quite extensive, therefore the dimensional network of dressings consists of two types: 100x200 mm and 75x100 mm.
They do not adhere to the wound and its edges, so do not damage the growing young epithelium. Bandages also do not allow the wound to dry quickly, make it soft, supple and help prevent scars from forming.
Pharmacological action and composition of "Branolind"
The dressing contains a special ointment impregnation, which contains 50 mg of the basic substance - Peruvian balsam. Auxiliary components are petrolatum, medium chain triglycerides, hydrogenated fat, cetomacrogol 1000 and 40-50% glycerol monostearate.
Peruvian balsam contains essential oils, and its composition includes cinnamic and benzoic esters. This ingredient is a viscous brown-red liquid with antiseptic, antibacterial and anti-inflammatory properties. This explains the corresponding pronounced effect of the dressings "Branolind H".Instruction for the use of the drug says that it is an effective means of wound healing, accelerates the process of tissue regeneration, helps reduce the risk of scars and scars in the area of skin lesions.
Also, "Branolind" is able to anesthetize for two to three days, depending on the severity of the damage.
Plastic surgery and dermatology are the main areas where the branolind dressing is used. Instruction, application, testimonials indicate that this drug is useful in the treatment of:
- lacerated superficial wounds;
- chemical and thermal burns;
- purulent abscesses;
- removal of nails;
- in the procedure of skin transplantation in order to fix grafts or skin grafts;
- in phimosis operations;
- in the general treatment of infected wounds( ulcers of various origin, bedsores and others).
"Branolind N" plaster: instructions for use
For effective use it is important to correctly apply bandages. Instruction prescribes doing this as follows:
- The package is opened and removed the package with a bandage. If the wound is smaller than the dressing, the wound should be trimmed to the correct parameters that correspond to the damaged area of the skin.
- Remove the protective layer of paper from the bandage on one side and attach it to the wound. Then remove the same layer from the other side. Next, everything should be covered with an absorbent dressing and carefully fixed with a bandage or band-aid.
Usually, the "Branolind" dressings are replaced with each dressing, as a rule, every day. The exception is burn skin lesions, with the treatment of which the change is made once in two or three days. The change of the compress is painless, because the bandages do not dry out to the wound. If a profuse secretion occurs from the wound, the dressing may be replaced up to three times a day.
If a permanent application to the wound surface of the aseptic patch is necessary, a bandage with resorption of the ointment can be glued to the wound. In this case, the second bandage "Branolind" is fixed on top.
Contraindications and side effects of
Like any medical device, they have their own peculiarities and bandages "Branolind N".Instructions for use prohibit their use if Peruvian balsam has a pronounced hypersensitivity or intolerance. The same applies to the remaining constituent ingredients of the ointment mass. In addition, "Branolind" antiseptic dressings are not applied if the skin lesions are complicated by a necrotic process.
Possible side effects of dressings are allergic reactions with varying degrees of severity. This is due to the fact that gauze bandages are superimposed on open wounds and the components of the drug are instantly absorbed into the blood, and therefore, with the available allergy, a rapid onset of anaphylactic shock is possible.
In other cases, "Branolind" is perfectly tolerated by patients, but sometimes, according to the reviews, the following side effects are likely to occur:
- slight burning sensation in the wound;
- hyperemia of healthy skin;
- symptoms of hives.
If at least one of the above phenomena occurs or general deterioration occurs, you should urgently consult your doctor.
"Branolind": instruction, application, analogues
There is no official information on how this medication is combined with other drugs. Cases of an overdose were not.
Studies on the intake of alcoholic beverages at the same time as treatment were not conducted. But, as with any drug intake, the use of alcohol and liquids containing it is undesirable.
The instructions for use do not contain any specific features in the use of Branolind H.
There are no contraindications to the use of dressings by pregnant and breast-feeding women. The use in children of different ages is permitted, and the dosage is the same for both adults and children.
"Branololide" is stored at room temperature for five years. There are no structural analogues of this type of antiseptic dressings.