Products / Ebrimycin® gel
Ebrimycin gel contains two active substances. Primicin is an antibiotic, lidocaine is a local anesthetic. The pharmaceutical composition can be used for the prevention and treatment of bacterial skin infections due to the effects of the above ingredients. To prevent bacterial infection: - fresh, small-scale superficial lesions (abrasions), - first- and second-degree, small-scale, superficial burns. For the topical treatment of infections caused by primicin-susceptible pathogens: - infected small superficial lesions: abrasions, first and second degree burns; - area around surgical wounds; - superficial and deep pus such as folliculitis, acne, ringworm (impetigo), ulcerative purulent dermatitis (ecthyma), boiling (furuncle), purulent nail bed inflammation (panaritium).
Recommended dose: Apply thinly to the affected area 1-3 times a day. If necessary, a closed sterile dressing can be used, but in this case the alcohol must wait for the alcohol to evaporate before binding. The alcohol-containing gel can cause a painful, tingling sensation on the treated surface, which is usually mild and disappears in minutes. The gel can be washed off the surface with a sterile aqueous solution. After using the gel, the cap should not be screwed back firmly onto the tube, as this may lead to the cap cracking or breaking in half.