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Product name: JOXВ®-TEVA (JOX-TEBA)

Active substance: allantoin, povidone-iodine

Type: The drug with antimicrobial and anti-inflammatory action for topical application in ENT practice

Manufacturer: Teva Pharmaceutical Industries (Israel) manufactured by TEVA Czech Industries (Czech Republic)
Composition, form of production and packaging
Spray for topical application in the form of a transparent or slightly opalescent liquid of red-brown color, unlimitedly miscible with water.
1 ml of 1 fl.

Povidone-iodine 85 mg 2.55 g

allantoin 1 mg 30 mg

Excipients: levomenthol 0.3 g, citric acid monohydrate 0.06 g, sodium citrate dihydrate 0.06 g, ethanol 96% 6 g, propylene glycol 9 g, purified water up to 30 ml.

30 ml - polyethylene bottles (1) with a mechanical spray, a lid and an applicator - packs cardboard.

30 ml - polyethylene bottles (1) with mechanical spray, cover and applicator with swing arm - packs cardboard.


Description of the drug approved by the manufacturer for the printed edition of 2014.


The drug with an antimicrobial and anti-inflammatory effect for topical use in diseases of the oral cavity and in ENT practice.
Upon contact with the skin emits iodine.Has antiseptic and anti-inflammatory effect. Has a wide spectrum of antimicrobial action. It is active against bacteria, viruses, fungi, protozoa.

Data on the pharmacokinetics of the preparation are not provided.


- Infectious-inflammatory diseases of the oral cavity and pharynx, incl.
tonsillitis, tonsillitis, tonsillopharyngitis, glossitis, stomatitis, aphthae;
- for treatment of the oral cavity and pharynx during surgical interventions on the respiratory tract and oral cavity and in the postoperative period;

- to treat infections of the mouth and throat that occur during chemotherapy;

- when streptococcal angina is used as an additional remedy for antibiotic treatment.


The drug is used 2-4 times / day, one injection to the right and left into the oral cavity and pharynx.
If necessary, the drug can be used more often, every 4 hours.
Before use, remove the protective cap and install the applicator.
Press 2-3 times on the applicator to allow the solution to enter the nebulizer and spray after spraying.After that, place the applicator tube 2-3 cm into the mouth, hold the breath and press 2 times on the cap so that one irrigation was done to the right, and the second - to the left. The applicator is washed with hot water before and after application.

In some cases: reactions of hypersensitivity to the drug, local manifestations of an allergic reaction to iodine (pruritus, hyperemia), which may require withdrawal of the drug.

With long-term use (more than 7-10 days), the phenomena of iodism (including metallic taste in the mouth, increased salivation, swelling of the eyes, larynx) are possible.


- dysfunction of the thyroid gland (hyperthyroidism);

- heart failure;

- herpetiform dermatitis of DГјhring;

- simultaneous use of radioactive iodine;

- Children's age till 8 years;

- Pregnancy;

- the period of lactation (breastfeeding);

- hypersensitivity to iodine and other components of the drug.


Contraindicated in pregnancy and lactation (breastfeeding).


Contraindicated in children under the age of 8 years.


The patient should be warned about the need to stop taking the drug and consult a doctor if there are signs of iodism.

The drug is not intended for ingestion, it should not be inhaled or swallowed.


Data on the overdose of the preparation of Joeks В® are not provided.


It is inappropriate to simultaneously use the preparation Jox В® with other antiseptic agents for topical application in the oral cavity and pharynx, especially containing hydrogen peroxide, due to inactivation of the drug.


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


The drug should be stored out of reach of children, protected from light at a temperature of 10 В° to 25 В° C.
Shelf life - 4 years.

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