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Titanium glycerophosphate aquacomplex (Tizol) gel for local and external use – [10 g tube]

$45.54

Anti-inflammatory agent for topical use

SKU: 62933 Category:

Description

Tizol Pharmacodynamics
Tizol® is a titanium glycerosolvate aqua complex and is a metal complex compound.
As a metal complex compound Tisol® is sterile and has anti-inflammatory and antimicrobial effects. Tisol® accelerates reparative processes in the skin and reduces inflammatory phenomena (erythema, swelling, infiltration), contributes to the disappearance of itching. The presence of bound glycerol molecules and titanium atom in Tizol® molecule provides protective and dehydrating, anti-edema, local analgesic effect.
In Tizol® molecule, the titanium atom chemically bonded with glycerol is a complexing center for the fragments that make up the drug molecule: glycerol and water. This interaction determines the gel structure of Tizol®, which ensures its conductivity through biological tissues and its pharmacological properties. Tizol® promotes the conductivity of drugs through the skin and mucous membranes.

 

Indications
-Bursitis, arthritis, tendinitis, tendovaginitis;
-Psoriasis, neurodermatitis, seborrheic eczema, dermatitis, scleroderma, lichen planus;
-as a local radioprotector in radiation therapy;
-As a conductor of drugs.

 

Contraindications .
Hypersensitivity to Tizol®, acute inflammatory diseases of the skin and mucous membranes, septic wounds with marked exudation.
Pregnancy and lactation
There are not enough data on drug administration during pregnancy and lactation

 

Directions for use and dosages

 

  • Topically and externally.
  • Applied to the affected areas of the skin and mucous membranes thin layer 1-3 times a day. The course of treatment is individual, depends on the severity of the disease, localization, and the severity of the process. The effect of the drug comes during the first week of treatment. Repeated courses of treatment and long-term use for 2-3 months are possible.
  • When using the drug as a local radioprotective agent for protection against radiation damage Tizol® is applied with a thin layer to the area before the session and 12 hours after the session. After application it is necessary to avoid contact with clothing, do not use occlusive dressings. If there is a local radiation reaction the drug is used until it disappears.