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mouthwash, gargle, throat paint

  1. 1. Topic:THROAT PAINT
  2. 2. “Throat Paints are solutionsor dispersions of one or moreactive ingredients intended forapplication to the mucosa of thethroat or mouth.”
  3. 3. Throat paints are viscous dueto a high contact ofglycerin, which beingsticky, adhere to the affectedsite and prolong the action ofthe medicaments.
  4. 4. 1. Compound Iodine Paint (Mandl’s Paint) – used for pharyngitis or tonsillitis. Iodine throat paint is designed to kill germs. It can be used on sore throats and ulcers to ease them2. Crystal Violet Paint – used for thrush.
  5. 5. 1. Phenol glycerin (diluted with equal volume of glycerin to reduce its causticity) produces analgesic effect in tonsillitis and ulcerative stomatitis.2. Tannic acid Glycerin, has astringent action, relieves from sore throat.
  6. 6. e.g. Mandls Throat Paint Formula: Potassium iodide 25gIodine 12.5gAlcohol 90%v/v 40mlWater 25mlPeppermint oil 4mlGlycerol up to 1000ml
  7. 7. (i) Potassium iodide is dissolved inwater.(ii) Iodine is added in the concentratedpotassium iodide solutions to form KI3(or higher iodides).(iii) Peppermint oil is dissolved inalcohol 90%v/v and the alcoholicsolution is added to the iodinesolution.(iv) Volume is made up with glycerin.
  8. 8. USES: Tosilitis, PharyngitisROLE OF INGREDIENT Potassium Iodide: To make soluble iodine in water Iodine: Antiseptic, Penetrate inn pores and have germicidal effect, treat small abrasion and wounds in Skin Alcohol: Preservative Water: Solvent Peppermint Oil: Flavoring agent Glycerin: Vehicle, Viscous, sticky, adhere to affected site and prolong effect of medicament
  9. 9. A wide mouthed, fluted, light resistant, screw-capped, glass-jar is used.Dispense in amboured colored bottleA wax card liner is used for screw caps (because iodine attacks other materials). Sinceglycerin is hygroscopic solvent, it must be stored in tightly close container. A small quantity of Sodium Citrate or acetate is added as preservative for longer
  10. 10. Apply with the help of soft brush or a cotton swab.Food and water before and after application of throat paint, should be avoided for 1 hour
  11. 11.  For local applicationStore in a cool place.Shake the bottle before use.Not to be swallowed in large amount.Date: 01.01.03 Advice to the patient: Pharmacist should demonstrate the use of throat brush to the patient.
  12. 12. Definition of MouthwashA medicated liquid used forcleaning the oral cavity andtreating mucous membranes ofthe mouth. may contribute tosurface softening and increasedwear of dental resins andcomposite materials.
  13. 13. Types of MouthwashFluoride mouthwashes contain sodiumfluoride which helps to strengthen theteeth as well as adding extra protectionagainst tooth decay.cosmetic mouthwashes do not offer thesame protection as other types and are usedmore as a means of disguising bad breath(halitosis).Antiseptic mouthwashes contain chlorhexidinegluconate - a chemical which stops the growth ofbacteria and is suitable for people with a mouthinfection.
  14. 14. Natural mouthwashes are alcohol-free (and contain nofluoride) and work in much the same way as conventionalmouthwashes.They can also treat a mouth infection or injury.Total care mouthwashes contain anti-bacterial ingredientswhich help to reduce the build up of plaque and prevent gumdisease.
  15. 15. Advantages of Mouthwash: can boost your oral health. may prevent plaque from building up. Rinses with fluoride can help preventcavities. Fluoride protects against tooth decay(cavities). Mouthwash can help you target plaque. Prevents dry mouth.
  16. 16. Disadvantages ofMouthwash: Some mouth rinses contain high levels of alcohol—ranging from 18 to 26 percent. This may produce aburning sensation in the cheeks, teeth, and gums.
  17. 17. Preparation andDispensingof Mouthwashes
  18. 18. To prepare mouthwash followingingredients are added:Flavoring - such as eucalyptol ormentholPreservative- sodium benzoate.Vehicle - WaterSweeteners - sodium saccharineand sucralose.ColorantsAntiseptic agent - fluoride Detergent
  19. 19. Sodiun Bicarbonate..10gSodium Chloride…….15gChloroform……….500mlPepprmintoil……….25mlWater…….qty to prepare 1000ml•Dissolve Na bicarbonate $ Nacl in 10 ml•Add chloroform & peppermint oil•Makeup the volume•Dispense the solution
  20. 20. Containers:flutedplastic screw capsColorless bottles are used unlessprotection from light is necessary.narrow mouthedStorage: Store at room temperature Away from sunlight Keep out of reach of children
  21. 21. •Product information•Active ingredients•Uses•Warnings•Direction•Storage•Inactive ingredients
  22. 22. Before using a mouth rinse,brush and floss teeth. Measure the proper amount ofrinse Dilute it before use Thirty seconds is the suggestedrinsing time. Do not rinse, eat, or smoke forthirty minutes after using amouthwash.
  23. 23. Antisceptic: Listerene orPhenolic mouthwash Analgesic: lidocainehydrochlorideBactericidal (Cosmetic):Fluoride mouthwash Anticavity: Floride rinse
  24. 24. Gargles are aqueous and hydroalcoholic solution which is used totreat or prevent throat infection.
  25. 25. They are dispensed in concentrated formwith directions for dilution with warmwater. They are brought intointimate contact withthe mucous membraneof the throat and allow to remain forfew moments
  26. 26. • Deodorant effect• Anti-bacterial•Astringent• Mild anesthetic actions
  27. 27.  Store at room temperature Keep out of the reach of children. Storeaway from direct sunlight,heat and moisture.
  28. 28.  The label should include: (1) the name of the pharmaceutical product; (2) the name(s) of the active ingredients (3) the amount of active ingredient in a suitable dose-volume; (4) the name and concentration of any antimicrobial preservative and the name of any other excipient; (5) the batch (lot) number assigned by the manufacturer; (6) the expiry date and, when required, the date of manufacture; (7) any special storage conditions or handling precautions that may be necessary; (8) directions for use, warnings, and precautions that may be necessary; (9) the name and address of the manufacturer or the person responsible for placing the product on the market.
  29. 29. Warnings Always read the label. Use only as directed. Avoid contact with the eyes. NOT TO BE SWALLOWEDUsage Dilute 1ml to 20ml with water gargle for 30 seconds, repeat 3 to 4 hourly.
  30. 30.  The containers should be made of material that will not adversely affect the quality of the preparation containers should be made from material that is sufficiently transparent to permit the visual inspection of the contents preparation contains volatile ingredients, it should be kept in a tightly closed container
  31. 31.  Small flip top bottles Strong damp-proof, water-proof packing

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