Description of the medicine: Apilacum
Dry matter of native royal royal jelly (secret of allotrophic glands of worker bees).
It is proposed for use in infants and young children with hypotrophy and anorexia, and in adults with hypotension, eating disorders, in convalescents, neurotic disorders, lactation in the postpartum period, seborrhea of the facial skin.
Premature and newborn children are prescribed 0,0025 g (2,5 mg), and children over 1 month - 0,005 g (5 mg) in the form of suppositories 3 times a day. The course of treatment is 7-15 days.
Adults are prescribed sublingually in the form of tablets of 0.01 g (1 tablet) 3 times a day for 10 to 15 days.
When seborrhea of the face is applied to the skin 2 - 10 g of ointment with apilak 1 time per day (directly or under a bandage); With other skin lesions 1 -2 times a day.
With increased individual sensitivity to the drug, sleep disorders can occur, which requires a dose reduction or drug withdrawal.
Apilac is contraindicated in Addison's disease and idiosyncrasy to the drug.
Forms of release: a) apilac lyophilized (Apilacum lyophilisatum) crumbly mass or porous tiles of cream-yellow color; Used for the preparation of dosage forms; B) Apilac powder (Pulvis Arilasi) consists of 7 parts of lyophilized apilac and 93 parts of milk sugar; C) Apilac tablets (Tabuletae Arilaci) contain 0.01 g (10 mg) of apilac for application under the tongue; D) Suplikator suppositories (Suppositoria "Apilacum") contain 0.005 or 0.01 g of apolac lyophilized in a package of 5 candles); E) 3% ointment apilaka (in tubes of 50 g), as well as creams with 0.6% apilaka; Apply for seborrhea of the face, intertrigo, skin itch, etc.
Storage: in a dry, dark place at a temperature of not more than +20 C; Candles - at temperatures from +12 to +15 'C.
RR .: Tab. Arilaci 0.01 N. 25
DS 1 tablet 3 times a day sublingually
RR .: Supp. "Arilacum" 0.005 N. 12
DS 1 candle in the rectum 3 times a day (child)
For application in ophthalmic practice, as a wound healing and antibacterial agent in traumatic keratitis and damage to the cornea of the eye, eye medicinal films (Membranulae ophthalmicae cum Apilaso) have been developed. Polymeric plates of oval form of yellow or brownish-yellow color (length 9 mm, width 4, 5 mm, thickness 0.35 mm).
The film is placed in the lower conjunctival arch 1 to 3 times a day for 7 to 10 days.
Just like with the application of other eye films, it is possible that the foreign body is anointed in the eye. In case of development of edema and redness of the eye, the film is removed.
The use of films with apilac is contraindicated in cases of allergic reactions to bee products.
Form release: 10 films in a contour package (3 packs per pack).
Storage: in a dry place protected from light.