Description of the medicine: Lyoxazole (Lioxasolum)
The drug is in an aerosol package (35 or 65 ml containers), containing 0.35 or 0.7 g of 2-allyloxyethanol, the required amount of 95% ethyl alcohol and propellant (Freon-12). 2-Allyloxyethanol has the ability to prevent spasms of the arteries of the skin, improve blood circulation to the skin and accelerate the reparative processes of the epithelium.
It is used to prevent and treat acute local radiation injuries of the skin of I and II degrees.
Aerosol is sprayed with a thin layer (from a distance of 10 - 15 cm) onto the affected areas of the skin. 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 when the first signs of damage appear (edema, erythema, etc.). Aerosol is sprayed once a day for 10 to 20 days, depending on the severity of the lesion.
In case of development of skin allergic reactions, antihistamines are prescribed or the drug is discontinued.
Release form: in aerosol cans.
Storage: at temperatures up to + 35 ° C away from heating systems and direct sunlight.