Aloe in ampoules

Aloe in ampoules is a liquid extract for injections from brownish-yellow to light-yellow color with a slight fruity odor. Auxiliary components: water for injection, sodium chloride.

The drug belongs to a group of medicines,capable of regulating metabolic processes, biogenic stimulants of natural (natural) origin. Aloe in ampoules enhances the physiological functions of the body, accelerating regenerative processes in tissues, enhances general nonspecific resistance (resistance).

Aloe vera in ampoules is used inophthalmology in the therapy of keratitis, conjunctivitis, blepharitis, iritis, opacities in the vitreous. The drug is also indicated for inflammatory vascular eye ailments, optic nerve atrophy, retinitis pigmentosa, trachoma, progressive myopia and others.

Aloe in ampoules is used for diseases infemale genital area, with cicatricial changes in tissues, bronchial asthma, trophic skin ulcers of different nature, tuberculosis lesions, scleroderma. In neurology, the drug is prescribed for peripheral neuritis, residual effects from stroke, polyneuritis and other pathologies.

Aloe in ampoules. Instructions

If there is a deposit before opening, the container with the preparation should be shaken until a uniform suspension is formed.

The drug is administered subcutaneously. Adults every day 1 ml, children after five years - 0.5 ml, up to five years - 0.2-0.3 ml. The daily (maximum) dosage for adults is 4 ml.

If the injections are painful, inject 0.5 ml of novocaine (2% solution) before injecting.

The therapeutic course consists of thirty to fifty injections. Repeated use of the drug is carried out after a two or three-month break.

Tuberculous lesions suggest the introduction of a drug with 0.2 ml, with a gradual increase in the dose.

With asthma (bronchial), the drug is used forfor ten to fifteen days, every day for 1-1.5 ml. Further introduction is carried out once in two days. Therapeutic course - thirty-thirty-five injections.

The use of aloe in ampoules can cause side effects in the form of allergic rashes, fever.

The drug is contraindicated for cardiovascular pathologies of severe course, pregnancy (especially in the second half of the term), hypertension, acute gastrointestinal disorders, severe jade forms.

With special care, the drug is administered to children. The use of medication in young patients should be supervised by a specialist.

Aloe enhances the effect of laxatives and medications that can stimulate blood formation.

The drug should be stored at a temperature fromeight to twenty-five degrees, in a place protected by light. The drug is good for three years. Do not use the product after the expiry date.

It is permissible for the presence of a suspension in the medicine, during storage, which precipitates. When shaking the ampoule, as a rule, it turns into a solution of a uniform consistency.

In pharmacies the drug is allowed for sale on prescription.

Aloe is also used as a cosmetica product containing gallestine hydrolyzate, collagen hydrolyzate, vitamin E, plant extract and thermal water. It is used for lifting the skin near the eyes. The agent in this composition provides protection from premature aging, prevents and eliminates wrinkles. Cosmetic preparation has tissue-strengthening and moisturizing effect, the effect of "suspenders" of a pronounced nature.

From the ampoule, the cosmetic is applied to the area near the eyes and rubbed with fingertips with light massaging movements.

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