Description of the medicine: Streptocid soluble (Streptocidum solubile)
Soluble streptocide (Streptocidum solubile). sodium para-sulfamido-benzenaminomethane-sulfate.
White crystalline powder. Soluble in water. Practically insoluble in organic solvents. Aqueous solutions are sterilized at + 100 ° C for 30 minutes.
Indications for use are the same as for streptocide. Good solubility in water allows you to use the drug for parenteral use. Solutions can be administered subcutaneously, intramuscularly and intravenously.
For intramuscular and subcutaneous administration apply 1 - 1, 5% solutions prepared in sterile water for injection or in an isotonic solution of sodium chloride. Enter up to 100 ml 2 to 3 times a day. For intravenous infusions, use 2 - 5 - 10% solutions prepared in sterile water for injection, isotonic sodium chloride solution or 1% glucose solution. Enter up to 20 - 30 ml.
Soluble streptocide is used in cases where the patient's condition (vomiting, unconsciousness) does not allow the administration of sulfa drugs. After the patient is taken out of a serious condition, they switch to taking sulfonamide drugs inside.
Release form: powder (see also Ingalipt).
Storage: List B. In well-sealed banks.
Rp .: Streptocidi solubilis 5,0
Sol. Glucosi 1% 100 ml
DS 20 ml per infusion (into a vein).
Soluble streptocide is also used in the form of a 5% liniment - a homogeneous creamy mass of white or creamy color.
It is used to accelerate the healing of infected wounds, burns of I and II degrees, boils, carbuncles, with superficial pyoderma, acne vulgaris, impetigo and other purulent-inflammatory skin diseases.
Liniment is applied to the lesion (under a gauze dressing) 1 - 2 times a day.
Release form: in tubes or glass jars on ZO g.
Storage: in a dry, cool place; banks - in a dark place.