- An antibacterial substance that acts on various microbes (staphylococci, streptococci, dysentery bacillus, paratyphoid bacillus, pathogen of gas gangrene, etc.). Used internally to treat bacterial dysentery. Outwardly - for the treatment and prevention of purulent-inflammatory processes. In case of anaerobic infection (gas gangrene), in addition to the usual surgical intervention, the wound is treated with furatsilin, with chronic purulent otitis media, an alcohol solution of furatsilin is used in the form of drops. In addition, the drug is used for boils of the external auditory canal and empyema of the paranasal sinuses. An aqueous solution of furatsilin is used to rinse the maxillary cavity and paranasal sinuses. With conjunctivitis, an aqueous solution is also instilled, with blepharitis, the edges of the eyelids are lubricated with furacilin ointment. furaplast - the drug is used to treat abrasions, scratches, cracks, cuts and other minor skin injuries. The liquid is light yellow in color, syrupy, contains 0.25 g of furatsilin, 25 g of dimethyl phthalate, perchlorovinyl resin, acetone, chloroform. Furaplast can also be produced in the form of a solution of furatsilina in colloplast (5% solution of castor oil in collodion). The damaged area of the skin is cleaned (with hydrogen peroxide or alcohol), wiped with a dry sterile gauze swab, then a thin layer of furaplast is applied with a glass or wooden stick. After 1-2 minutes, the drug dries, forming a dense, elastic film. It is stable, does not wash off with water, usually lasts 1-3 days. In case of damage to the film before healing, apply the drug again. Furaplast should not be used with severe suppuration of the wound, inflammation, pyoderma, or severe bleeding. With slight bleeding, it should first be stopped in the usual way, then cover the wound with furaplast.