Ovidine Oint 15gm
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15g Ointment in Tube
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Ovidine 5 %W/W Description
Ovidine Ointment is a topical antiseptic that is used to treat & prevent infections in minor wounds or cuts. It provides infection protection against a variety of germs that can cause infection in mi
nor cuts, wounds, scrapes and burns. It contains povidone-iodine as its active ingredient. A person with a known allergy to povidone-iodine should not use this medicine. Ovidine Ointment is meant for external use and should be applied exactly as recommended by your doctor.
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|Uses||Wounds, cuts, and ulcers|
|Side effects||Rash, itching, burning, irritation, blisters|
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Uses of Ovidine 5 %W/W
Ovidine Ointment is used to treat infected wounds, cuts, and ulcers.
Contraindications of Ovidine 5 %W/W
- If you are allergic to Povidone Iodine or any other ingredient of Ovidine Ointment
- If you have a thyroid problem such as goiter or Hashimoto's disease (a thyroid disease).
- If you are taking a medicine containing Lithium, used for the treatment of a brain-related disorder.
Side effects of Ovidine 5 %W/W
Precautions and Warnings of Ovidine 5 %W/W
Can I apply Ovidine Ointment during pregnancy?
There is limited information available on the use of Ovidine Ointment during pregnancy. It is not recommended to use this Ointment during pregnancy.
Can I apply Ovidine Ointment while breastfeeding?
- Lactating mothers should avoid the use of Ovidine Ointment as it can increase the levels of iodine in breastmilk and cause thyroid-related disorder in a breastfed infant.
- Although it is minimally absorbed through intact adult skin, lactating mothers' exposure should be minimized by using it for a short duration in the smallest possible area and in a lower concentration....
Can I drive if I have applied Ovidine Ointment?
It is a topical preparation and may not affect driving ability.
Can I consume alcohol with Ovidine Ointment?
There is limited information available on the interaction of Ovidine with alcohol.
Other General Warnings
Talk to your doctor if
- You experience allergies or skin reactions after using this Ointment, discontinue the treatment and talk yo your doctor.
- Your skin is burnt or cracked because there are chances of absorption of iodine in toxic doses in your blood.
- You are going for any routine lab test for thyroid, as this medicine may affect the results.
- Do not use in eyes or areas near eyes or any sensitive area of your skin.
- This Ointment should not be used for the prolonged duration on larger skin areas.
- Ovidine Ointment should not be used for children below two years of age.
- It should not be used on eyes and for a prolonged duration.
Mode of Action of Ovidine 5 %W/W
How Does It Work?
Povidone Iodine is an antiseptic and works by killing the microbes. It enters the microbial cells, oxidises key components, and causes cell death. It is effective against a wide range of microorganisms such as bacteria, fungus, and viruses....
Directions for Use of Ovidine 5 %W/W
- Use Ovidine Ointment as directed by your doctor.
- Gently clean the affected area and let it dry.
- Wash your hands before and after using this Ointment.
- Apply a small amount of this medicine to the affected area.
- Let dry and cover with a sterile bandage if required.
Interactions of Ovidine 5 %W/W
Interactions with other medicines
Since Ovidine Ointment is to be applied externally on the skin, it is less likely to interact with other medicines. However, it is advisable to consult your doctor if you take other medicines to treat other health conditions....
Storage and disposal of Ovidine 5 %W/W
- Store Ovidine Ointment at room temperature.
- Keep it out of the reach of children and pets.
Dosage of Ovidine 5 %W/W
- Since Ovidine Ointment is meant only for external applications, cases of overdose are unlikely. However, upon accidental ingestion, contact your doctor or visit the nearest hospital immediately. If you have overapplied it, wipe out the excess Ointment with a clean tissue or cotton....
- Excessive use of it for a prolonged duration is not advised. If there is no improvement in your infection or wound, contact your doctor.
Missed a Dose
If you have missed the application of this Ointment as prescribed, apply it as soon as you remember. Do not overapply this medicine to compensate for the missed application.
Dr. Mansi Savla
B. Pharm, PharmD
Dr. Ritu Budania
MBBS, MD (Pharmacology)
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
Q: What is Ovidine Ointment used for?
A: Ovidine Ointment is used as first aid for cuts, burns and minor wounds. It provides infection protection against a variety of germs that can cause infection in minor cuts, wounds, scrapes and burns.
Q: How does Ovidine work?
A: Ovidine has antiseptic properties. It kills the microbes by oxidising certain cell components of microbes and thus prevents their growth.
Q: For how many days should I use Ovidine?
A: Your doctor will decide the duration of the application for this Ointment. Do not stop applying it on your own. If there is no improvement in your infection or wound after 7 days of use, get in touch with your doctor.
Q: Is Ovidine Ointment an antibiotic?
A: Ovidine Ointment is a topical antiseptic medicine.
Q: When should you not use Ovidine?
A: You should not use Ovidine for longer than 1 week without consulting a doctor. Also, if you experience any other unwanted symptoms like fever, nausea, headache, stop usage and immediately consult your physician.
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