Medication Description: Lioxazol (Lioxasolum)
The drug is in aerosol packaging (cylinders with a capacity of 35 or 65 ml) containing 0.35 or 0.7 g of 2-allyloxyethanol, the required amount of 95% ethanol and propellant (freon-12). 2-Allyloxyethanol has the ability to prevent spasms of the arteries of the skin, improve the blood supply to the skin and accelerate the reparative processes of the epithelium.
Used for the prevention and treatment of acute local radiation lesions of the skin of I and II degree.
Aerosol is sprayed with a thin layer (from a distance of 10 - 15 cm) to the affected skin. When radiation therapy is used prophylactically after each irradiation session (no later than 1 hour) during the entire course of treatment. For therapeutic purposes, the drug is applied at the first signs of damage (edema, erythema, etc.). The spray is sprayed once a day for 10 to 20 days, depending on the severity of the injury.
In the case of the development of allergic skin reactions, prescribe antihistamines or stop using the drug.
Product: in aerosol cans.
Storage: at temperatures up to + 35 'C away from heating systems and direct sunlight.