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Ozonol Ointment consists of Phenol, Zinc Oxide.

Phenol - Buccal Pain or irritation of the mouth and throat

Adult: Spray (1.4%): Spray directly in throat; rinse for 15 sec then expectorate. May repeat every 2 hr. Gargle (1.4%): Gargle or swish for 15 sec then expectorate. May repeat every 2 hr.

Child: Spray: 2-12 yr: 3 sprays of 1.4% solution or 5 sprays of 0.5% solution onto throat or affected area; may repeat every 2 hr. ≥12 yr: 5 sprays of 1.4% solution directly onto throat; rinse for 15 sec then expectorate. May repeat every 2 hr. Gargle: 6-12 yr: Using gauze pad, apply 10 ml of 1.4% solution to affected area, or gargle or swish for 15 sec, then expectorate. ≥12 yr: Gargle or swish 1.4% solution for 15 sec then expectorate. May repeat every 2 hr. Oral Pain or irritation of the mouth and throat

Adult: Suck up to two 29-mg lozenges every 2 hr as necessary.

Child: 6-12 yr: One 14.5 or 29-mg lozenge every 2 hr as needed. Max: Eighteen 14.5-mg lozenges or ten 29-mg lozenges in 24 hr. ≥12 yr: Up to two 29-mg lozenges every 2 hr as necessary. Injection Sclerotherapy of haemorrhoids

Adult: Inject 2-3 ml of Ozonol Ointment (Phenol) 5% in a suitable fixed oil (Oily Ozonol Ointment (Phenol) Inj, BP) into the submucosal layer at the base of the pile; several inj may be given at different sites. Max: 10 ml at any one time. Topical/Cutaneous Antiseptic

Adult: Apply small amount of 1.5% paint to affected area 1-3 times daily. Incompatibility: Incompatible with alkaline salts and nonionic surfactants.

Topical/Cutaneous Antiseptic

Adult: Apply small amount of 1.5% paint to affected area 1-3 times daily. Mouth/Throat Sore throat pain, mouth, gum, and throat irritations

Adult: Up to two 29-mg lozenges every 2 hr as necessary.

Child: 6-12 yr: One 14.5 or 29-mg lozenge every 2 hr as needed. Max: Eighteen 14.5-mg lozenges or ten 29-mg lozenges in 24 hr. ≥12 yr: Up to two 29-mg lozenges every 2 hr as necessary. Buccal Sore throat pain, mouth, gum, and throat irritations

Adult: Spray (1.4%): Spray directly in throat; rinse for 15 sec then expectorate. May repeat every 2 hr. Gargle (1.4%): Gargle or swish for 15 sec then expectorate. May repeat every 2 hr.

Child: Spray: 2-12 yr: 3 sprays of 1.4% solution or 5 sprays of 0.5% solution onto throat or affected area; may repeat every 2 hr. ≥12 yr: 5 sprays of 1.4% solution directly onto throat; rinse for 15 sec then expectorate. May repeat every 2 hr. Gargle: 6-12 yr: Using gauze pad, apply 10 ml of 1.4% solution to affected area, or gargle or swish for 15 sec, then expectorate. ≥12 yr: Gargle or swish 1.4% solution for 15 sec then expectorate. May repeat every 2 hr. Injection Sclerotherapy of haemorrhoids

Adult: Inject 2-3 ml of Ozonol Ointment (Phenol) 5% in a suitable fixed oil (Oily Ozonol Ointment (Phenol) Inj, BP) into the submucosal layer at the base of the pile; several inj may be given at different sites. Max: 10 ml at any one time. Incompatibility: Incompatible with alkaline salts and nonionic surfactants.

Indications:

Adult: Mouth/throat Pain or irritation of the mouth and throat As loz: Up to two 29 mg loz 2 hrly if needed. Buccal Mouth, gum and throat irritations As 1.4% spray: Spray and rinse for 15 sec, then expectorate. May repeat 2 hrly. As 1.4% gargle: Gargle for 15 sec then expectorate. May repeat 2 hrly. Inj Sclerotherapy of haemorrhoids As Ozonol Ointment (Phenol) 5% in a suitable fixed oil (Oily Ozonol Ointment (Phenol) Inj, BP): Inject 2-3 mL into the submucosal layer at the base of the pile; several inj may be given at different sites. Max: 10 mL at any one time. Topical Antiseptic As 1.5% paint: Apply 1-3 times/day.

Zinc Oxide - Topical/Cutaneous Haemorrhoids

Adult: As cream/ointment: Use as required. Topical/Cutaneous Eczema

Adult: As cream/ointment: Use as required. Topical/Cutaneous Nappy rash

Child: To apply as often as needed with each diaper change, especially at bedtime. Incompatibility: In the presence of light, black discoloration occurs when Ozonol Ointment (Zinc Oxide) and glycerol are in contact.

Topical/Cutaneous Eczema, wounds, haemorrhoids, skin itching and minor skin infections

Adult: As cream/ointment: Use as required. Topical/Cutaneous Nappy rash

Child: To apply as often as needed with each diaper change, especially at bedtime. Incompatibility: In the presence of light, black discoloration occurs when Ozonol Ointment (Zinc Oxide) and glycerol are in contact.

Indications:

Adult: Topical Eczema ; Haemorrhoids As cream/oint: Use as directed.

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Active ingredients: Phenol/Zinc Oxide
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