Description of the medicine: Batilol (Batilolum)
BATILOL (Batilolum). a -Glycerol octadecyl ester, or 3- (octadecyloxy) -1, 2-propanediol.
Synonyms: Batyl alcohol, Batilol.
Crystal powder, white or white with a slightly yellowish tint, without taste or smell. Virtually insoluble in will.
The drug stimulates erythro- and leukopoiesis. It inhibits the decrease in the number of leukocytes and hemoglobin during radiation exposure on the body and helps to accelerate their recovery.
A similar effect from the drug is also observed with benzene poisoning. Used for the prevention of radiation sickness during x-ray and radiotherapy, as well as for the treatment of patients with chronic radiation sickness.
Assign inside half an hour before meals in the form of tablets of 0.02 g (dose for adults) 2 times a day for prophylactic purposes and 3-4 times a day for the treatment of radiation sickness. For better absorption, it is recommended to take batilol with a small amount of butter or vegetable oil.
With massive doses of radiation or with repeated courses of radiation therapy, the simultaneous appointment of other stimulants of leukopoiesis and blood transfusion is advisable. Conduction therapy is also carried out.
The course of treatment lasts up to 4 to 6 weeks.
Batilol is well tolerated. During treatment with the drug, blood tests should be periodically performed.
Release form: tablets on 0,02 g in packing of 50 pieces.
Storage: List B. Under normal conditions.