Advice 1: How to use soap

The soap has a pronounced antimicrobial action. It is effective against gonococci, streptococci, pneumococci, meningococci and other bacteria. Depending on indications the drug may be taken inside or used externally for the treatment of purulent wounds.
How to use soap
Instruction
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For the treatment of pyelitis, cystitis, enterocolitis, and take 1-2 tablets of soap 5-6 times a day. Keep the daily dosage does not exceed 3-6 g. If the treatment of a child 6-12 years old, give him one appointment 1/2-1 tablet streptotsida. Children under 6 years should not drink more than 1/4-1/2 tablet at a time.
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The soap is very effective in the treatment of diseases of the throat. Angina or pharyngitis 3-4 times a day slowly dissolve one pill of the drug. The medication has a bitter taste, but to drink it is not recommended. The fluid will reduce the concentration of soap on the mucous membrane of the throat and will make the treatment ineffective.
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Streptocid for local use. Grind tablet to a powder and sprinkle nonhealing wound. From top, apply the gauze and fix it with a bandage. Change the dressing 2-3 times a day. A few days later the wound heals. The same tool can be used to treat burns, felon and infectious diseases of the skin.
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In a glass of warm boiled water pour the powdered soap (1 tablet per 200 ml of water) and wait until it dissolves. Stir the liquid so that the active substance is evenly distributed. With stomatitis mouth rinse resulting solution. Also liquid can be used for gargling for colds. This is a very effective solution for washing wounds and for instillation into the nose when a protracted cold.
Note
Do not use soap during pregnancy (especially in 1st and 2nd trimesters) and lactation. Also the drug is contraindicated in nephritis and diseases of the hematopoietic system. When a strong headache or nausea, immediately stop treatment and contact your doctor.

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.
How to apply streptocid
Instruction
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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.
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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.
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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.
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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.
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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.
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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.
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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).
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