Norsulfazol

Norsulfazol (Norsulfazolum; synonym Sulfathiazolum; list B) - sulfa drug. Used for treatment of diseases caused by hemolytic Streptococcus, pneumococcus, Staphylococcus, gonococcus and Escherichia coli (pneumonia, cerebrospinal meningitis, gonorrhea, staphylococcal and streptococcal sepsis and other infections). Assign inwards for the first reception of 2 g (loading dose), followed by 1 g in 6-8 hours. At the rate of 20-30, Higher doses norsulfazola: single - 2 g daily - 7 g (after each dosing is recommended to drink 1 glass of water with the addition of 0.5 teaspoon of bicarbonate of sodium or a glass of Borjomi). Sometimes there nausea, vomiting, complications of kidneys. Method of production: powder and pills to 0.25 and 0.5 g
Norsulfazol soluble (Norsulfazolum solubile; synonym Sulfathiazolum natricum; list B) is administered intravenously as a 5 or 10% solution at the rate of 0,5-1-2 g per injection and local. Also used in the form of eye drops (10% solution). The introduction of concentrated solutions norsulfazola soluble in the veins can cause phlebitis; getting under the skin and in muscles causes irritation of tissues, up to necrosis. The release form: powder.
Cm. also Sulfa drugs.