Description of medicine: Kerakol (Keracolum)
The preparation is from dried, crushed cattle cornea.
Amorphous powder of white or slightly yellowish color. When an isotonic sodium chloride solution is added, gel formation occurs.
Used in adults to stimulate regeneration in ulcers, keratitis, burns and traumatic defects of the cornea. The drug accelerates the regeneration of the epithelium and stroma of the cornea, contributes to its enlightenment.
Apply in powder form to the affected surface of the cornea and conjunctiva (previously cleansed of necrotic masses and mucus).
A single dose of 0.005 g (5 mg). Apply 1 time per day for 7 to 10 days. If necessary, combine with antibacterial and antiviral drugs.
Kerala is usually well tolerated; individual intolerance is possible.
Release form: powder in glass bottles on 0,025 g.
Storage: in a dry, dark place at a temperature of no higher than + 20 'C.