Description of the medicine: Acemin (Aceminum)
Sodium salt of e-acetylaminocaproic acid.
Synonyms: Plastenan, Plastenan.
Fine crystalline powder, white or yellowish in color, with a slight specific odor. Soluble in water.
The drug is a derivative of aminocaproonic acid, but differs in action from the latter. Acemin does not have specific antifibrinolytic activity. A feature of deutvia atsemina is the ability to cleanse wounds from necrotic masses, reduce exudation, accelerate epithelization and tissue regeneration.
Acemin is used to treat long-term non-healing wounds, burns, as well as for closed fractures, especially with prolonged bone non-healing, to accelerate the formation of a postoperative cosmetic scar.
Acemine is applied externally in the form of 5% ointment and lotions, as well as inside as a 25% solution.
Acemine ointment (Unguentum Acemini) is light yellow or brownish yellow; applied to a cleaned and disinfected wound surface daily or 1 time in 2 to 3 days for 10 to 30 days. Lotions from a 25% solution are done daily. Inside, take a 25% solution of 20 ml 1 to 3 times a day; the course of treatment lasts 1, 5 - 2 weeks.
In case of bone fractures, they are taken orally immediately after an injury of 20 ml 2 times a day daily for 10 days, then they take a break and, after an X-ray control confirming the onset of ossification of corns, they continue to take it until the fracture heals.
In the treatment of wound surfaces, the combined use of the drug inside and out is possible.
The use of the drug is contraindicated in purulent and infected wounds and during pregnancy.
Method of production: 5% ointment in aluminum tubes of 25 g; 25% solution in 100 ml plastic bottles.
Storage: solution - in a dark place, ointment - in a cool dry place.