Albothyl

From Biopedia.kr

Albothyl is developed and manufactured by NYCOMED (formerly Byk Gulden) in Germany. It contains polycresulen.
It is used for the treatment of stomatitis and vaginitis. In Korea, it imported and sold by Takeda Pharmaceuticals Korea.

The treatment method is to remove the pain and help the wound regeneration process by chemically burning and dropping the necrotic area that suffers from inflammation. After a certain period of time, white skin like dandruff will come off. Stomatitis symptoms are easily cured after a certain period of time.

However, since our mouth is a breeding ground for all kinds of bacteria, a continuous bacterial infection occurs on the wound. Therefore, the wound recovery can be slow, and Albochil acts to prevent bacterial invasion from the outside and to recover quickly by having a wound site.

The commonly known in-mouth version is a concentrate that comes in a small brown glass bottle and is a light brownish liquid. The new component is polycresulen solution 50w/w% aqueous solution 720mg / g. In the past, there were gels.

In the old paper case, as a description of how to use the product, a picture of a cotton swab with a cotton stick flying in a smiling woman's mouth was drawn. After it was used and passed on to Takeda Pharmaceuticals, the same packaging as the first photo in this document is being used.

Original use
Originally, it was used as a treatment for vaginal inflammation prescribed by obstetrics and gynecology, but how did it turn out to be effective against stomatitis. The intravaginal suppository version is a polycrezulene concentrate 50w /w% aqueous solution 180mg / g. For reference, in the vaginal suppository Albochil's has a warning; 'Restrain sexual intercourse during treatment'.  

Usage
Once the affected area is gently pressed with a tissue, etc., the saliva is completely removed. Subsequently, a cotton swab is applied to the solution of the Albochil vial, and the Albochil is impregnated with the cotton swab. When the cotton swab is applied to the wound, the affected part is exfoliated white by chemical reaction. Do not keep pressing with a cotton swab. You have to do it like a drop. Alternatively, if you take a thin rod or soaked in a medicine bottle and take it out, about one or two drops of medicine will come out on the rod, and you can quickly put it on the affected area before spilling it. Although there is a difference depending on the size and severity of the wound, if you apply Albochil, the unbearable pain of the pain level when you brush your teeth around the tooth with a toothbrush lasts for tens of seconds. After the affected area has turned white, it will not hurt at all if you touch the affected area.

It doesn't matter if you use it after diluting it with the symptoms or applying it as it is. If it is necessary to use it after diluting it, it should be used for infants who have severe pain or are unbearable. In addition, even if a small amount of albochill is applied, the effect is the same, but some people dilute it because it is useless without dilution. 

Albochil's effect is that it lasts until the medicine dries. Therefore, after applying Albochil to the affected area, it is good to dry it by not touching the saliva on the area applied for about 10 seconds. If there is a wound in the area where the saliva unconditionally accumulates, it will be very difficult to apply Albochil due to saliva. If you are concerned about the remaining albachil in your mouth, it is okay to rinse your mouth with water after confirming that the affected area turns white.

Albochil is generally good to stomatitis caused by loosening of the mucous membrane of the mouth rather than an intravenous injection. Once applied, it works well, and stomatitis condition becomes better if applied a few days. Occasionally, stomatitis increases even though Albothyl has been applied continuously for more than 2 weeks.

Also, when using Albothyl, it is good to be sure to apply the medicine exactly to the stomatitis area. Basically, it has strong acidity, so even a fine part can be damaged, and if the medicine penetrates between the teeth and the gums, the teeth may be sore or throbbing, and if it is severe, the teeth may be corroded.