Activated carbon

Activated carbon (Carbo activatus; synonym carbolenum) - coal animal and vegetable origin. Activated charcoal is used as means of adsorption with food intoxication, poisoning salts of heavy metals, alkaloids and other substances (20 - 30 g per reception in the form of a suspension in water), as well as gastrointestinal diseases accompanied by flatulence (0.5-2 g 3 times a day). The release form: granules or tablets containing 0.5 g of coal.

Activated carbon (Carbo activatus) - animal or vegetable charcoal with high adsorption capability. Absorbs gaseous, vaporous and dissolved substances. Is applied in case of poisoning acid, basic and neutral reactive substances (20-30 g), as well as gastrointestinal diseases accompanied by flatulence (on 0.5-1 g 3 times a day). In the treatment of poisoning after administration of activated charcoal should be used laxative Sol. Woody A. W. titled Carbolenum produced in the form of granules or tablets containing 0.5 g of coal.