Otitis media: acute medium, postinfluenza, barotraumatic, etc.
4 drops are instilled into the external auditory canal 2-3 times a day for 10 days (no more).
Ear drops in the form of a clear, colorless or yellowish solution with the smell of alcohol.
phenazone 40 mg
lidocaine hydrochloride 10 mg
Excipients: sodium thiosulfate - 1 mg, ethanol - 221.8 mg, glycerol - 709 mg, water - 18.2 mg.
mechanical damage to the tympanic membrane,
an allergic reaction to lidocaine.
The combined drug has anti-inflammatory, local anesthetic and analgesic effects.
Local reactions: allergic reactions, irritation, hyperemia.
Application in children
Application in infants is possible.
Before using the drug, you must make sure the integrity of the tympanic membrane.
If used with a perforated eardrum, the drug can come into contact with the organs of the middle ear and lead to complications.
Information for athletes: contains an active ingredient that can give a positive reaction under doping control.