Description of the medicine: Adroxonum
Adenochrome monosemycarbazone, or 5-semicarbazone 1-methyl-3oxy-2, 3-dihydroindol-5, 6-quinone (hydrate).
Synonyms: Adcal, Adchrolin, Adedolon, Adnamin, Adozon, Adrenostan, Adronoxil, Anaroxyl, Beostop, Carbazochrom, Chromadren, Cromadren, Cromosil, Cromostan, Cromoxin, Hemostat, Hemostine, Sangostasin, Styptochrome, Styptoject and others.
Fine crystalline powder of orange color without smell and taste. Very little and slowly soluble in water and alcohol.
Has a haemostatic effect with capillary bleeding, characterized by increased permeability of the capillary walls. With massive bleeding (especially arterial) does not work. The drug does not increase blood pressure, does not affect the activity of the heart and blood coagulability.
Assign to stop parenchymal and capillary bleeding in injuries, operations, to prevent postoperative bleeding and bruising (after removal of tonsils, adenoids, operations on the nasopharynx, prostate gland, extraction of teeth, etc.).
To stop parenchymal and capillary hemorrhages apply: a) topically - the imposition of gauze napkins or tampons, moistened with 0,025% solution (one or several times for 1 - 2 ml of solution); B) intramuscular or subcutaneous injections of 1 ml of 0.025% solution 1 to 4 times before, during or after the operation. A combination of local and parenteral administration is possible. It is possible to appoint in a complex with other haemostatic agents.
With gastrointestinal bleeding (mainly with peptic ulcer of the stomach and duodenum), it is possible to use adroxone (1 to 3 ml of solution per day under the skin or intramuscularly) in combination with other agents and methods of treatment.
Form release: 0.025% solution in ampoules of 1 ml in a package of 10 ampoules.
Storage: List B. In the dark place.