Instruction for use: DesitinI want this, give me price
Active substance: Zinc oxide
ATX code D02AB Zinc Preparations
Nosological classification (ICD-10)
L25 Contact dermatitis, unspecified
Intertriginous dermatitis, Contact Eczema, Contact dermatitis, Contact dermatitis of non-microbial etiology, Contact dermatitis, Skin wetting surface, Fractures, Intertrigo,Skin Difficulty, Subacute and chronic contact dermatitis, Phlebotoderma, Simple contact dermatitis complicated by impetigo
L30.4 Erythematous intertrigo
Erythema of the buttocks, Dermatitis traumatic, Intertrigo, Interdigital intertrigo
L56.2 Photocontact dermatitis [berloque dermatitis]
Photoallergic contact dermatitis
T14.0 Surface injury of unspecified body region
Abrasions, Scratch, Skin Wounds, Wounds of soft tissues, Hematoma, Hematoma of traumatic origin, Hematomas, Hematomas of muscles, Hematomas of soft tissues, Healing of the skin, Bruise, Bruising due to sprains and bruises, Microtrauma, External bruises, Small combing, Superficial hematoma, Superficial damage to the skin and mucous membranes, Subcutaneous hematoma, Post-traumatic hematoma, Post-traumatic disturbance of microcirculation, Skinness of the skin, Traumatic plexus lesions, Injury, Contusion of soft tissues, Joint bruise, Traumatic bruises, Traumatic injury, Primary treatment of surface contaminated wounds, Abrasion, Bruise
T14.1 Open wound of unspecified body region
Secondary healing processes, Sluggishly granulating wounds, Sluggishly healing wounds, Sluggish wounds, Deep Wounds, Purulent wound, Granulating wounds, Prolonged non-healing wound, Long-lasting non-healing wound and ulcer, Long-lasting non-healing soft tissue wound, Healing of wounds, Wound healing, Capillary bleeding from superficial wounds, Bleeding wound, Radiation Wounds, Slowly epithelializing wounds, Minor cuts, Suppurated wounds, Violation of wound healing processes, Breach of skin integrity, Violations of the integrity of the skin, Violations of the integrity of the skin, Small cuts, Uninfected wounds, Uncomplicated wounds, Operating wound, Primary treatment of surface contaminated wounds, Primary wound treatment,Primary-delayed treatment of wounds, Poorly cicatrizing wound, Poor wound healing, Bad wound, Superficial injury, Superficial wound with mild exudation,Wound, The wound is large, Bite wound, Wound process, Wounds, Wound healing wounds, Stump Wounds,Wounds for gunshot, Wounds with deep cavities,Difficult healing wounds, Difficult wounds, Chronic Wounds
T30 Thermal and chemical burns, unspecified
Pain syndrome with burns, Pain in burns, Pain with burns, Sluggishly healing post-burn wounds, Deep burns with a wet scab, Deep burns with abundant compartments, Deep burn, Laser burn, Burn, Burn of rectum and perineum, Burn with mild exudation, Burn disease, Burn injury, Superficial burn, Superficial burn of I and II degree, Superficial skin burns, After-burn trophic ulcer and wound, Post-burn complication, Loss of fluid in burns, Sepsis burn, Thermal burns, Thermal skin lesions, Thermal burn, Trophic after-burn ulcers, Chemical burn, Surgical burn
Composition and form of release
Ointment 40% 1 g
zinc oxide 0.4 g
auxiliary substances: white petrolatum; cod liver oil; talc; butylated hydroxyanisole; flavored oil; anhydrous lanolin; methylparaben
in tubes of 57 g; in a pack of cardboard 1 tuba.
Description of dosage form
White homogeneous with a small grain viscous ointment with a characteristic smell of cod liver oil.
Pharmacological action - dermatoprotective, astringent.
Forms a protective coating on the skin, reducing the effect of irritants.
Provides a long-lasting (for 10-24 hours) protective effect, incl. from moisture.
Indications of Desitin
Diaper dermatitis, superficial wounds, burns, incl. sunny, cuts, scratches.
Dosing and Administration
Outwardly. Diaper rash in children from infancy: treatment - before use, it is necessary to wash and dry the affected area. When the first signs of redness, intertrigo or slight skin irritation appear, the ointment is applied to the skin 3 or more times a day (usually with any change of diapers or diapers).
Prevention - apply to the skin covered with diapers or diapers, before the onset of signs of irritation (especially at bedtime), when the child can be in wet diapers (diapers, diapers) for a long time.
Cuts, scratches and sunburn: apply a thin layer (if necessary, impose a gauze bandage). Apply only to superficial and uninfected lesions.
If the "diaper" rash does not disappear within 48-72 hours, it is necessary to consult a doctor. Do not use ointment for infected skin lesions.
At temperatures not higher than 30 į C (do not freeze).
Keep out of the reach of children.
Do not use after the expiry date printed on the package.