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Description of the medicine: Tanalbin (Tannalbinum)

TANALBIN (Tannalbinum).

The product of the interaction of tannins from leaves of scoopia (Cotinus coggygria Scop.) And sumac (Rhus coriaria L.) sem. sumac (Anacardiaceae) with protein (casein).

The amorphous powder is dark brown. Practically insoluble in water and alcohol.

Unlike tannin, it does not have an astringent effect on the mucous membranes of the mouth and stomach. Once entering the intestines, it is gradually split, releasing free tannin.

It is used as an astringent for acute and chronic intestinal diseases (diarrhea). Tanalbin and other astringents should be used for infectious diseases of the intestine (including dysenteric origin) only as adjuvants in addition to specific treatment methods.

Adults are prescribed 0.3 - 0.5 - 1 g per reception 3-4 times a day, children - 0.1 - 0.5 g, depending on age. Often combined with bismuth, benzonaphthol, phenyl salicylate.

Storage: in a dry, dark place.

Tansal tablets (Tabuletta Tansalum) contain tanbine 0.3 g and phenyl salicylate 0.3 g.

Used as an astringent and disinfectant for inflammatory bowel diseases (colitis, enteritis), 1 tablet 3 to 4 times a day.

Release form: in packing on 6 tablets.

Rp.: Tab. Tannalbini 0.5 N. 10

DS 1 tablet 3 to 4 times a day

Rp: Tannalbini

Bismuthi subnitratis aa 0.3

M.f. pulv.

DtdN 12

S. 1 powder 3 to 4 times a day

Rp: Tanbalbini

Venzonaphtholi aa 1, 5

M.f. pulv.

DtdN 10