Burnheal 1/0.5 % Cream 15 Gm
Chlorhexidine gluconate is a germicidal mouthwash. It is an oral rinse which is used as an antiseptic for treating gingivitis that caUSES swelling, redness, and bleeding of gums. Additionally, Chlorhexidine gluconate is used for regular brushing and gum disease.
How does the drug work?
Chlorhexidine gluconate is an antiseptic agent. It acts by disrupting the cell wall of the fungus or bacterium, thereby damaging the infected cells.
What are the common side effect?
The most common side effect of Chlorhexidine gluconate is skin irritation. Prolonged exposure to the drug may cause discoloration of teeth, alteration in the taste, burning sensation on tongue and tooth damage.
• Women who are pregnant and planning to become pregnant should use Burnheal medication if only the benefits overweigh the risks.
• Avoid using Burnheal drug if any hypersensitive reactions are experienced in the past to the drug and its ingredients.
• Patients with weak immune system and diabetes should use Burnheal cream with caution.
• For maximum benefits of Burnheal do not brush the teeth, eat, drink, or wash mouth at least for 30 minutes after the use of Burnheal.
• Take Burnheal medication after the meal, as it changes the taste of food and beverages.
• Do not stop using Burnheal drug abruptly, as the infection may relapse therefore, use the full course of treatment.
• Nursing mothers should not apply Burnheal drug near nipples, as it can cause vomiting or diarrhea in the infants.
1. Is chlorhexidine gluconate safe during breastfeeding? No, chlorhexidine gluconate is not safe during pregnancy as it may affect the newborn.
2. Can we get chlorhexidine gluconate naturally? Chlorhexidine gluconate is a natural organic chemical obtained from chicory and green tea.
3. Does chlorhexidine gluconate have antimicrobial properties? Yes, chlorhexidine gluconate has antimicrobial activities too.
4. Can chlorhexidine gluconate be used as an anesthetic agent? Yes, chlorhexidine gluconate, when applied to the painful area, can reduce the sensation of pain.
5. Is chlorhexidine gluconate used in perfumes? Yes, chlorhexidine gluconate is used in perfumes as a stabilizing agent.