According to the clinical and clinical results, ointment in the mammary gland reduces inflammation and swelling and accelerates the normal course of treatment and prevents infection of the diabetic wound.
The mechanism of the work:
The active ingredients in the formulation of this ointment, including the combination of napkinonones such as alkanin and shikonin, and phenolic compounds such as flavonoids derived from Abu Khulsa extract, have anti-fungal antimicrobial properties that are inflammatory. The antioxidant compounds in the ointment cause trapping of free radicals, which play an important role in wound healing and preventing the infection of diabetic wounds. Also, the presence of bee wax in this compound has increased the therapeutic effects of the drug in the repair of diabetic wounds.
Avoid contact with ointment.
Keep ointment out of the reach of children.
Consult your doctor if you are allergic to ointment.
Exit of the secretion from the site of the wound during the stages of treatment with the ointment is a sign of improvement and discharging of the infection and is not a cause for concern.
Control of the patient's diabetes is very effective in reducing the time of wound healing, according to the doctor's prescriptions and recommendations.
Concomitant use of other topical compounds, especially corticosteroids, and any known history of skin sensitivity.
Consumption during pregnancy and lactation:
Drug use during pregnancy and lactation is a disincentive.
Each drug, along with the desired therapeutic effects, may also cause unwanted side effects. Although not all of these effects are seen in one person, consult with a doctor or pharmacist if you have any complications. The possible side effect of this drug is a cutaneous rash (topical swelling) around the wound area.
How to use:
First, rinse the wound with normal saline, then cover the wound with enough ointment, dressing up with the wound pad of the Abu Khlasa bed or the gas vase. Open the dressing after 48 hours and repeat the steps listed above. Continue this process every 48 hours until complete wound healing.
Keep the medicine in a cool, dry place away from direct sunlight and protect from frost.