- an antibacterial substance acting on various microbes (staphylococci, streptococci, dysenteric bacilli, paratyphoid sticks, gas gangrene pathogen, etc.). Apply inside for the treatment of bacterial dysentery. Externally - for the treatment and prevention of inflammatory processes. In case of anaerobic infection (gas gangrene), in addition to the usual surgical intervention, the wound is treated with furacilin, in chronic purulent otitis media, furatsilin alcohol solution is used in the form of drops. In addition, the drug is used in boils of the external auditory canal and empyema of the paranasal sinuses. For washing the maxillary cavity and sinuses of the nose, an aqueous solution of furacilin is used. In conjunctivitis, an aqueous solution is also instilled in the eyes; in blepharitis, the margins of the eyelids are smeared with furacilin ointment. Furaplast - a drug used to treat abrasions, scratches, cracks, cuts and other minor injuries of the skin. Liquid light yellow color, syrupy consistency, contains 0.25 g furatsilina, dimethyl phthalate 25 g, perchlorovinyl resin, acetone, chloroform. Furaplast can also be produced in the form of furatsilin solution in the colloplast (5% solution of castor oil in collodion). The damaged skin area is cleaned (with hydrogen peroxide or alcohol), wiped with a dry sterile gauze pad, then a thin layer of furaplast is applied with a glass or wooden stick. After 1-2 minutes, the preparation dries out, forming a dense, elastic film. It is stable, not washed off with water, usually lasts 1-3 days. In case of damage to the film before the wound heals, the preparation is applied again. It is not necessary to use a furaplastom at strong suppuration of a wound, the phenomena of an inflammation, a pyoderma, a heavy bleeding. With a slight bleeding, it should first be stopped in the usual way, then cover the wound with furaplast.