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Medication Description: Fish Oil (Oleum jecoris)

FISH OIL (Oleum jecoris).

Purified fish oil for internal use (0leum jecoris depuratum pro usum interno) is obtained from the liver of codfish: Atlantic codfish (Gadus morrhua Linne), Baltic codfish (Gadus morrhua callarias Linne), haddock (Melogrammus aeglefinus L. northsuser, and North America, and North America, and North America, in a North America pattern, North America sweatshirt). ; Risso) of the cod family (Gadidae), sturdy macroule (Сorphaenoides rupestris G.) of the Macrouridae family.

Transparent oily liquid from light yellow to yellow color with a weak specific, non-rancid odor and taste; density 0.917 - 0.927; acid number not more than 2.

Contains in 1 g from 350 to 1000 IU of retinol (vitamin A).

Apply fish oil inside for the prevention and treatment of hypo-and avitaminosis A, rickets; as a general tonic; to accelerate bone fractures and other indications for the use of vitamins A and D. They are also used topically to treat wounds, thermal and chemical burns of the skin and mucous membranes.

Inside, prescribe fish oil to children from 4 weeks of age to 3 to 5 drops 2 times a day, gradually increasing the dose to 1/2 to 1 teaspoon per day; 1 year old children - 1 teaspoon per day, 2 years old - 1 to 2 teaspoons, 3-6 years old - a dessert spoon, and from 7 years old - 1 tablespoon 2 - 3 times a day.

Externally used for wetting dressings and lubrication of the affected surfaces.

Product form: in tightly corked vials of 50 and 100 ml and in glass bottles of 3 and 10 l.

Storage: in a dark place at a temperature not higher than +10 C.

Vitamin-rich cod fish oil (Oleum jecoris Aselli vitaminisatus).

Cod fish oil, enriched with vitamins A and D, contains retinol acetate 1000 IU and ergocalciferol (vitamin D) in oil 100 IU per 1 g of fish oil.

A clear, oily liquid of a light yellow (to yellow) color with a weak, specific, non-rancid odor and taste.

Vitaminized fish oil is prescribed to children up to 1 year old, starting from 3 - 5 drops to 1/2 tsp (not more); from 1 year old and older 1 - 1, 5 tsp; pregnant and lactating women - 2 teaspoons per day. For medical reasons, doses of this drug may be increased.

Externally used for wetting dressings and lubrication of the affected surfaces.

Fish oil is part of the Livian aerosol (see), used to treat burn wounds.