The drug is indicated for the treatment of microbial lesions, accompanied by separation of pus. Especially effective is the drug against streptococci, Neisseria gonorrhoeae, Staphylococcus aureus and Toxoplasma. The drug is often prescribed in the treatment of the causes of measles. "Soap" is used as an effective remedy for Shigella and Clostridium, also caused under the impact of these microbes States. For example, the drug often prescribed dysentery, enteritis, which are caused by bacteria.
Release form and application
"Soap" is produced in powder form and ointment and pills. Pills are prescribed in severe course of various diseases caused by bacteria, and dysentery. You should not use the medicine without consulting a doctor as some studies have shown its strong negative impact on liver cells. For treatment of the disease is usually used the dosage is 500 mg 3 times a day course, the duration of which is not more than 5-7 days. The duration of intake of the drug is determined by the degree of development of the disease and the severity of the patient's condition.
"Soap" is commonly used in sore throat and tonsillitis different. Also the drug is often administered in dentistry for the healing of ulcers in the mouth. Children: the drug is administered as a remedy for canker sores.
For the treatment of angina used powder blend of "Soap". Bacteria affected areas priporashivajut for 10 minutes and then the rinsing of the throat or other affected area with any disinfectant. The powder needs to be used more than 1-2 times in 2 hours. The best medicine shows effectiveness in the treatment of the disease in the first days of its development.
Streptocida ointment to treat burns, lesions of the follicles, carbuncles, boils and sores. For this purpose you can apply the powder prepared in the form of a mask. The use of drugs by this method is shown twice a day – morning and evening.
It is forbidden to take medicine during pregnancy because even a minimal amount of chemicals can cause serious damage to the fetus. You should not use the drug and during lactation. Also you should not use the medicine for anemia and problems with liver or kidneys.
Among the side effects of the "Soap" note allergic reactions and also headaches, intestinal dispersion, leukopenia, nausea, vomiting, and agranulocytosis.
Advice 2: How to apply streptocid
Streptocid is a one of the first tools, the scientists found that affects the habitat of bacteria and viruses and can lead to their complete destruction. This antibacterial drug is used to treat infections of the skin, ENT organs, urinary tract.
Streptocide produced in the form of a white powder, slightly soluble in cold water and alcohol, but completely soluble in boiling water and caustic alkalis. In addition, this drug is available in tablets, in the form of ointment and liniment.
The soap has antimicrobial action against streptococci, gonococci, meningococci, E. coli and other bacteria. When popadenii in the body the drug is quite rapidly absorbed, almost completely excreted by the kidneys in 6-8 hours.
Streptocid used for the treatment of angina, pneumonia, erysipelas, enterocolitis, cystitis, and other inflammatory and infectious diseases. It is given orally in a dosage of 0.5-1 gram every 4-5 hours, ie 5-6 times per day. For children 1-2 years old single dose of soap should not be above 0.05-0.1 g, 2-5 years, 0.2-0.3 g, 6-12 years – 0.3-0.5 g If the patient after taking the medication, observed vomiting and nausea, streptocide intramuscularly, subcutaneously or intravenously in solution.
With infections of the skin, mucous membranes, ulcers, and burns the drug used in the form of ointment or liniment. Streptocidlike ointment (10%) has a white or yellowish color, is used in the treatment of wounds, cracked skin, and also lesions due to burns and ulcers. Liniment (5 %) used to deal with purulent wounds, infected burns, and other inflammatory processes. When infection of the skin, the soap applied directly on the affected area or spread on gauze and applied to the site of inflammation.
The deep wounds, burns or ulcers streptocid make the wound in the form of ground powder, carefully prosterilizovannogo (5-15 g). Inside prescribe anti-inflammatory or antimicrobial drugs.
Contraindications for use streptotsida are diseases of the hematopoietic system, diseases of the kidney and urinary tract infections graves disease. In addition, it is not prescribed to pregnant and lactating women, and persons sensitive to sulfonamides.
As for side effects, after receiving streptotsida may experience headache, dizziness, vomiting, nausea. The use of the drug in large quantity can lead to the deterioration of the hematopoietic, the nervous and cardiovascular systems. Often there are skin reactions (dermatitis), as well as reactions from the gastrointestinal tract (diarrhea).
Advice 3: What is the variance
At school many people think that the wave theory of physics is boring and very confusing. But believe me, it is not so. For example, under not entirely clear, the term "dispersion" does not actually hide anything complicated.
The Experiments Of Newton
Physics dispersion of light is called the dependence of the index of refraction of matter from length of light wave. Most clearly demonstrates the phenomenon of dispersion of light, its decomposition under the action of any prism.
The first experiments with dispersion decomposition of light did Newton. He sent an ordinary beam of sunlight on the prism and received what many today see on a daily basis – prism spread the light beam a lot of colorful colors - from red to violet. After a series of other experiments with lenses and a prism Newton concluded that the prism does not modify the solar light, and only decomposes it into components. But what does that mean?
The fact that light has a certain speed. As experience has shown, a beam of light consists of many colors, here is something the speed is just different. That is, each color of the spectrum has its speed and its wave length. Different was the degree of refraction of the color rays. Remember how looks the color spectrum: red maximum speed in the environment and a minimal degree of refraction, and the violet color that is on the other end of the spectrum, the minimum speed of light in the medium and maximum degree of refraction.
Having done your experience with prism, Newton suggested that the difference in degree of refraction and velocity components of the light beam affects its disintegration. Color rays just do not have time for each other under the action of the refractive factor and decay.
In physics there is also the phenomenon of anomalous dispersion. Initially, Newton concluded that red light has the lowest degree of refraction of all the colors of the spectrum, but later it turned out that this is not always the case. Another physicist, Lera, during the experiments with the refraction of light in different media discovered that iodine vapour refracted blue rays to a lesser degree than red. A scientist called an open phenomenon of anomalous dispersion.
If normal dispersion of light the index of refraction with increasing frequency increases, the abnormal, on the contrary, decreases.
Where it is possible to observe the variance
In everyday life the phenomenon of dispersion, that is, the falling light beam on the spectrum, can be observed quite often. It is all perfectly familiar rainbow in the sky, the play of light in the faces of the diamonds and glasses, and multicolored sparks that scatter the morning dew on the grass. Sometimes the variance can be observed in rainy weather – often around lights in damp misty cloud you can see a real rainbow.