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Medication Description: Tanalbinum

TANALBIN (Tannalbinum).

The product of the interaction of tannins from the leaves of skumpii (Сotinus сggygria Scop.) And sumach (Rhus coriaria L.) fam. sumach (Anacardiaceae) with protein (casein).

Amorphous powder dark brown color. Practically insoluble in water and alcohol.

Unlike tannin, it has no astringent effect on the mucous membranes of the mouth and stomach. Only by entering the intestines, is gradually split, releasing free tannin.

Used as an astringent in acute and chronic bowel disease (diarrhea). Tanalbin and other astringents should be used in infectious bowel disease (including dysentery origin) only as an aid in addition to specific treatment methods.

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

Storage: in a dry, dark place.

Tablets "Tansal" (Tabulettae "Tansalum") contain tanalbina 0.3 g and phenyl salicylate 0.3 g.

Applied as a binder and disinfectant for inflammatory bowel disease (colitis, enteritis) 1 tablet 3-4 times a day.

Form release: in a package of 6 tablets.

R p.: Tab. Tannalbini 0.5 N. 10

DS 1 tablet 3-4 times a day

R p .: Tannalbini

Bismuthi subnitratis aa 0.3

M.f. rulv.

DtdN 12

S. 1 powder 3 - 4 times a day

R p .: Tannalbini

Benzonaphtholi aa 1, 5

M.f. pulv.

DtdN 10