Etazol

Etazol (Aethazolum; synonym Sulfaethidolum; list B) - sulfa drug. Effective against grampolaugitionah bacteria, Escherichia coli, pathogens of dysentery and pathogenic anaerobov. Apply for dysentery, pielita, cystitis, pneumonia, erysipelas, angina, peritonitis, wound infections. Appoint etazol inside of powders and tablets of 1 g every 4 hours for 6 days, then after a 3-day break on 1 g every 4 hours for 3 days. Higher doses: single - 2 g daily - 7, Sometimes etazol prescribed topically in the form of powder or 5% ointment.
Method of production: powder and pills to 0.25 and 0.5 g
Etazol soluble (Aethazolum solubile; synonym Sulfaethidolum Natricum; list B). Administered intravenously and intramuscularly in the form 10 and 20% solution of 5 to 10 ml on introduction.
Method of production of etazol: powder, 10, and 20% solution in vials of 10 ml Keep in a well-corked banks in a dry place.
Cm. also Sulfa drugs.

Etazol (Aethazolum; list B) - sulfa drug; 2-(paraaminobensanaya)-5-ethyl-1,3,4-thiadiazole. Etazol rapidly absorbed and rapidly excreted from the body. For infections of the gastrointestinal tract, urinary tract, angina shall be appointed within 6 days inside, in a daily dose of 6 g on 6 receptions every 4 hours with rich alkaline water. Repeat the treatment after 4 days. When wound infections, peritonitis, infected burns etazol also used topically and powder 5, Etazol not cause christallurii. While dyspeptic complaints is recommended to reduce the dose of etazol or to stop treatment. Method of production: powder and tablets to 0.5 g Cm. also Sulfa drugs.