Zytee RB

Zytee RB

Manufacturer:

Raptakos Brett

Distributor:

Raptakos Brett
Full Prescribing Info
Contents
Choline salicylate, benzalkonium chloride.
Description
Each 10 ml contains Choline Salicylate B.P. 9.0% w/v (0.9 g/10 ml), Benzalkonium Chloride Solution B.P. 0.02% w/v (0.002 g/10 ml).
Excipients/Inactive Ingredients: Sodium Carboxymethyl Cellulose U.S.P., Edetic acid B.P., Sodium Hydroxide B.P., Methylparaben B.P., Propyl paraben B.P., Saccharin Sodium B.P., Dementholised Mint oil B.P., Propylene glycol B.P., Glycerin B.P.
Action
Choline salicylate is an analgesic for topical application. It soothes away pain within 3-4 minutes and effect lasts for up to 3 to 4 hours.
Benzalkonium chloride has been widely used as a broad spectrum antimicrobial agent for disinfection, antisepsis and preservation of pharmaceutical products. Benzalkonium chloride exerts its antimicrobial effect through nonspecific interaction at the bacterial cytoplasmic membrane. Such action increases membrane permeability towards cytoplasmic materials such as amino acids and nucleotides resulting eventually in the lysis of the cell.
Indications/Uses
For Glossitis, Stomatitis, Mouth Ulcers and other inflammatory lesions of the mouth, denture irritations.
Dosage/Direction for Use
Put a drop or two of the gel on the tip of the index finger and rub gently onto the affected areas. It may be repeated every three to four hours as required or as advised by the physician.
Not to be used in children 12 years & younger.
Contraindications
Hypersensitivity to Benzalkonium chloride.
Special Precautions
The preparation should not be used after expiry date mentioned on the tube.
Adverse Reactions
None reported (inform the physician the unwanted effects after applying).
Drug Interactions
None reported.
Storage
Store at a temperature not exceeding 25°C.
Shelf-Life: 36 months.
ATC Classification
R02AA16 - benzalkonium ; Belongs to the class of antiseptics used in throat preparations.
Presentation/Packing
Oral gel 10 mL x 1's.
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