What is Antisepsis Bolus
Antisepsis Bolus is a sterile preparation of 2% w/v chlorhexidine gluconate in a water-soluble base. It is a quick-acting, broad-spectrum antiseptic that is effective against a wide range of bacteria, including both Gram-positive and Gram-negative organisms.
Antisepsis Bolus is indicated for use as a topical antiseptic in the management of skin and mucous membrane infections. It is available as a powder for reconstitution with water or saline prior to use. When used as directed, Antisepsis Bolus is safe and effective for the treatment of a variety of skin and mucous membrane infections.
Benefits of Antisepsis Bolus
and Its Uses.
Antisepsis Bolus is a medication that is used to help cleanse and protect the mouth and throat from infection. It is a tablet that is dissolved in water and gargled or swallowed. Antisepsis Bolus may be used to help prevent infection in the mouth and throat before certain medical procedures, such as a tonsillectomy. It may also be used to help treat or prevent infection in the mouth and throat.
Side Effects and Dosage of Antisepsis Bolus
Antisepsis Bolus is a medication used to prevent infection in people who have a weakened immune system. It is also used to prevent infection in people who are having surgery. Antisepsis Bolus is available as a tablet and an injectable (injection) form.
The most common side effects of Antisepsis Bolus are nausea and vomiting.
The most common side effects of the injection form of Antisepsis Bolus are pain and swelling at the injection site.
Antisepsis Bolus is a prescription medication. It is important to follow the instructions of your healthcare provider regarding the dosage and use of Antisepsis Bolus.