BRAUNOL 75mg dermal solution 30 ml

BRAUNOL 75mg dermal solution 30 ml


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Braunol is an antiseptic and disinfectant containing iodinated povidone. It is used to disinfect, treat and antisepsis intact or damaged skin and mucous membranes in adults, adolescents, children and newborns. 

Package size is 30ml.

Dosage and method of use

1) Without consulting a doctor 

 Also for reuse :

The product is used to disinfect intact skin and oral mucosa, to hygienically disinfect hands and to treat minor injuries and burns.

2) Only on the recommendation of a doctor

For single use :  

For disinfection of undamaged skin and mucous membranes, eg before surgery, biopsies, punctures, blood sampling and catheterization. 

For repeated, time-limited use:

For antiseptic treatment of wounds and disinfection of damaged skin (eg bedsores, shin ulcers), burns and infectious skin diseases. For preoperative hand disinfection.


The active substance is iodinated povidone. 100 g of solution contains 7.5 g of iodinated povidone containing 10% of usable iodine.

The other ingredients are sodium dihydrogen phosphate dihydrate, sodium iodate, lauromacrogol 450 (macrogol lauryl ether 9 EO), sodium hydroxide, purified water.


Read the package leaflet carefully.

Do not use this medicine if you are allergic to iodinated povidone or any of the other ingredients. 

Do not use if you have an overactive thyroid gland or other thyroid disease.

Avoid regular use in newborns . The use of Braunol requires thyroid function tests. Any accidental ingestion of Braunol by young children should be carefully avoided.

During pregnancy and breast-feeding , Braunol should only be used on the advice of a doctor and its use should be severely restricted. Thyroid function tests in children are required after the use of Braunol in the mother. Care must be taken to avoid accidental ingestion of Braunol by infants during breastfeeding through contact with treated parts of the mother's body. Prolonged use on large wounds and mucous membranes can lead to significant iodine absorption, which can affect fertility.

Elderly patients are at risk of iodine-induced thyroid function, and these patients should consult a physician before using Braunol. In elderly patients with goiter and a tendency to thyroid dysfunction, Braunol should be used for a long time and over a large area only on the advice of a doctor. Thyroid function tests should be performed if necessary.

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