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Orochlor Spray Solution Antibacterial & Anaesthetic 100 ml
Each 100 ml of solution contains:Benzocaine - 266,625 mg.Chlorhexidine gluconate solution 20% - 1,071425 ml.Alcohol 96% - 30% v/v.Preservative: nipasept - 0.005% m/v.www.aspenpharma.com.Hotline: 0800 122 912.Scheduling status:Proprietary name (and dosage form).Orochlor spray solution:Pharmacological classification:A 16.3 surface anaesthetics.Pharmacological action:Chlorhexidine is a bactericidal cationic antiseptic. It acts by destroying the cell membrane and precipitating the cell cytoplasm. It has been shown that chlorhexidine binds on to the hydroxyapatite of tooth enamel, on to the pellicle of the tooth surface and on to salivary mucins. It slowly desorbs from these sites to exert a prolonged bactericidal effect for several hours. Benzocaine has mild local anaesthetic properties.Indications:Orochlor spray solution is indicated for temporary relief of pain and discomfort in sore throats due to colds (and accompanying tickling cough). It is also recommended for minor mouth irritations.Orochlor spray solution is an antibacterial spray solution which inhibits the formation of dental plaque. It is indicated as an aid in the treatment and prevention of gingivitis, and in the maintenance of oral hygiene, particularly in situations where toothbrushing cannot be adequately employed (e.g. following periodontal and other oral surgery or in mentally or physically handicapped patients).Contra-indications:Orochlor spray solution is contra-indicated in patients with a history of sensitivity to local anaesthetics, chlorhexidine gluconate or any of the active ingredients.Benzocaine is contra-indicated in patients with low plasma-cholinesterase concentrations or in those receiving anticholinesterases.Known symptoms of overdosage and particulars of its treatment:Excitation with subsequent depression of the central nervous system. Methaemoglobinaemia has occurred after absorption of benzocaine.When systemic reactions occur steps should be taken to maintain the circulation and respiration and to control convulsions. Treatment is symptomatic and supportive.Identification:Clear, orange-red liquid.Presentation:Amber bottles of 100 ml.
Quantity in pack:
Orochlor®.Spray solution.Antibacterial & anaesthetic.Pain in sore throats.Gingivitis.Mouth infections.Maintenance of oral hygiene.Aspen Pharmacare.100 ml.
Dosage and directions for use:Adults:4 - 8 sprays every 4 hours with a maximum of 32 sprays per day.Children 6 -12 years:2 - 4 sprays every 4 hours with a maximum of 16 sprays per day.Do not eat for at least 60 minutes after application.Bottle must be upright when spraying.