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Product name: FERESOL (FEREZOL)

Active substance: non-appropriated, phenol

Type: Cauterizing and mummifying agent

Manufacturer: РЕТИНОИДЫ ФНПП (Russia)
Composition, form of production and packaging
Solution for external use
100 g

phenol 60 g

tricresol 40 g

100 g - bottles of dark glass (1) complete with applicators - packs of cardboard.

INSTRUCTION FOR THE SPECIALIST.

Description of the drug approved by the manufacturer for the printed edition of 2010.

PHARMACHOLOGIC EFFECT

Ferezol has a cauterizing effect, coagulates the skin proteins.

INDICATIONS

- usual, threadlike and plantar warts;

- papillomas;

- pointed condyloma of the skin;

- dry calluses;

- Keratomas.

DOSING MODE

Feresol is for external use only.

The drug is applied exactly to the treated area with a small, thin wooden stick, preventing it from reaching neighboring healthy areas of the skin and mucous membranes.

On small papillomas (up to 2 mm in size) and threadlike warts of Feresol are applied once.

Larger papillomas and small warts (2-3 mm in size) are lubricated with the drug 3-4 times, taking breaks to dry the applied liquid.

Before removal of warts with dense cornified surface on hands, plantar warts, keratitis, dry corns, remove the corneous layers from their surface.
For this purpose, a keratolytic ointment (for example, 10% salicylic or other) is applied for several hours, covering the lubricated area with compress paper or polyethylene film, and then using a gauze dressing. It is possible to stick with an adhesive plaster. After that, the bandage or adhesive plaster is removed, the skin is steamed in hot water with the addition of soap and soda for 10-15 minutes and the horny layers are removed (cut with manicure scissors or forceps). Frozen seeds are applied to the dried skin several times, making 3-4-minute breaks to dry the preparation.
Warts on the hands and soles are treated with Feresol 7-10 times with an interval of 3-4 minutes.

Keratomy and dry calluses should be treated 3-4 times with an interval of 3-4 minutes.

If it is necessary to repeatedly apply the drug in order to avoid a burn of the surrounding skin, it is advisable to lubricate it with zinc paste.
The paste is removed with a dry gauze swab after drying the last servings of Feresol.
Genital warts are not recommended to be removed by themselves, their treatment with feresol is carried out in the procedure room of the clinic by a dermatovenerologist or urologist.
The drug Feresol is applied to each element individually 1-2 times with an interval of 3-4 minutes.
Repeated treatment is carried out if necessary 6-8 days after the crust has fallen off.
It is allowed to conduct 4-5 procedures.
SIDE EFFECT

Edema and redness of the skin when applied in the eye area, passing by yourself.
Allergic reactions.
CONTRAINDICATIONS

- pigment nevi (birthmarks);

- rashes, located on the red border of the lips and mucous membranes;

- do not apply the product to the skin surface area of ​​more than 20 cm 2 ;

- children under 7 years;

- increased individual sensitivity to the components of the drug.

PREGNANCY AND LACTATION

The use of the drug is possible in cases where the intended use for the mother exceeds the potential risk to the fetus or the child.
During lactation it is not recommended to remove the formations located on the mammary glands and hands.
APPLICATION FOR CHILDREN

Contraindicated in children under 7 years.

SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS

Do not allow the drug to enter the mucous membranes, especially the mucous membranes of the eyes.
In case of contact with eyes, rinse immediately with plenty of water and seek medical advice from an ophthalmologist.
It is inadmissible to bandage the areas treated with the drug, seal them with a band-aid, lubricate them with some ointments and remove the crust;
Do not reapply the drug earlier than the times indicated above. Clothing made of synthetic fabrics should not touch the skin area treated with the drug.
It is not recommended to apply Feresol to the lesions located in the skin folds (inguinal folds, anal region, interdigital spaces, etc.) and strongly sweating areas to avoid burns of the unaffected skin of the contiguous surface or as a result of spreading the drug over wet skin.

The area of ​​the skin treated with Feresol must be air-dried, it must not be lubricated with any ointments, washed with water on the first day after treatment.

If you accidentally get the drug on a healthy skin, immediately, carefully, without rubbing it, remove it from the skin, and then treat the affected places with ethanol 10-40% alcohol or alcohol-containing liquids (vodka, lotion, cologne) and thoroughly wash with warm water and soap.

If a burn occurs, burn and healing remedies are recommended.
With proper application, the drug does not leave scarring.
Special care and caution is required when treating children with the drug.

DRUG INTERACTION

The components of the drug are easily dissolved in the ointment base, therefore, it is not recommended to lubricate the skin treated with Feresol with any ointments.

TERMS OF RELEASE FROM PHARMACY

The drug is approved for use as a means of OTC.

TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF STORAGE

The drug should be stored in a tightly closed vial at a temperature of 18 ° to 22 ° C, protected from light and out of the reach of children.
Shelf life - 5 years. Do not use after the expiration date printed on the package.
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