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Hydroperite is an antiseptic agent from the group of oxidants. It is a complex compound of hydrogen peroxide with urea. When hydrogen peroxide comes into contact with damaged skin and mucous membranes, active oxygen is released, and mechanical purification and inactivation of organic substances (proteins, blood, pus) occurs.
- Sore throat.
- Gynecological diseases (for washing and rinsing).
- Small superficial wounds.
- Small capillary bleeding from superficial wounds.
1 tablet for preparing a solution for topical use contains:
- Urea peroxide 1.5 g
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Dosage and Administration
To rinse the mouth and throat dissolve 1 tablet in a glass of water (0.25% hydrogen peroxide solution). For washing dissolve 4 pills in a glass of water (1% solution). One tablet corresponds to 15 ml of 3% hydrogen peroxide solution.
Perhaps a burning sensation when processing the damaged surface of the skin and mucous membranes. In some cases - allergic reactions.
- Hypersensitivity to urea peroxide.
Unstable in alkaline medium, in the presence of metal salts, complex radicals of some oxidants, as well as in the light and in the heat.
Pregnancy and Lactation
Do not use for irrigation cavities; avoid contact with eyes.
It should be borne in mind that the action of hydrogen peroxide is not sterilizing, with its use only a temporary decrease in the number of microorganisms occurs.
Cases of overdose are not established.
- Brand name: Hydroperite
- Active ingredient: Carbamide peroxide
- Dosage form: Pills
- Manufacturer: Tatkhimpharmpreparaty
- Country of Origin: Russia
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