Recoveron N is a topical formula, whose active principles are neomycin and acexamic acid, which serves mainly to stimulate and accelerate the healing of wounds, as well as other skin conditions such as bedsores, sores and ulcers. Similarly, it is an effective topical when treating some types of burns and an excellent adjunct in surgical wounds and skin grafts.

In the following article, you will be able to detail all the benefits it has, as well as the possible adverse reactions that may occur when using recoveron-N.

What is Recoveron N for?

This topical is an efficient tissue regenerator, muscle and epithelium regenerator, as well as a powerful healing agent, which, thanks to its active ingredients such as acexamic acid, which are indicated to be applied to wounds without infection, stimulate and accelerate healing.

It is used primarily against skin conditions such as burns, folliculitis, psoriasis, eczema, ulcers, bedsores, infected nipple cracks and seborrheic dermatitis.

How do its active ingredients work?

It is a formula for topical use that has an anti-infective and healing effect, which acts on the area, protecting it, eliminating the germs that cause infection and preventing the area from healing properly.

Each tube of this topical, either 100mg ointment or cream contains 5 grams of sodium acexamate and 0.4 grams of neomycin sulfate. It is recommended that it be kept at room temperature and in a place free from humidity, to maintain its properties.

Neomycin:

It is an antibiotic that when administered to the skin is not drastically absorbed, which allows it to remain in the affected area for longer and does not cause adverse problems in the body, so it can be used together with another medicine supplied by another route, always with prior medical approval. However, its poor or non-absorption is renally eliminated in the urine.

Among the main species of microorganisms that are killed by neomycin are:

  • Proteus vulgaris. bacteria that inhabit the intestinal tract of some animals and the urinary tract.
  • Escherichia coli. Bacterium that lives in the body.
  • Staphylococcus aureus. Type of microbe responsible for infections in almost any part of the body.
  • Mycobacterium Bacteria that cause the large number of tuberculosis cases worldwide.
  • Enterobacter aerogenes. Bacteria that cause nosocomial infections or infections spread in hospitals, which are transmitted from one sick patient to another. its presence in health centers and its resistance to antibiotics have made it alarming.
  • Klebsiella pneumoniae. Bacteria multiresistant to antibiotics, which exists in the intestine and can escape from it, reaching other areas of the body causing infections)
  • Enterococcus faecalis. Bacteria that inhabit the gastrointestinal tract of humans and other mammals, which can cause severe infections, especially in clinical settings.

Acexamic acid:

It acts in the healing process and regulates the production of fibroblasts, thanks to its collagen protein action.

Recommended application

It is used by applying it to the skin, it is not absorbed through this skin route, so its application is not altered. It is recommended that it be used one to two times a day, previously cleaning and disinfecting the area where it will be applied and due to its neomycin ingredient, it is recommended that it not be applied for a maximum period of 3 weeks.

Commercial presentation

The presentation in which this product can be found for sale to the public will be in boxes with a tube of cream or ointment, either with 20 or 40 grams of content.

By having different presentations, each one can be used for a specific condition and in a particular way, as mentioned below:

Recoveron Ointment

It is recommended to be used especially in deeper wounds, where it is necessary to use gauze for its application.

Recoveron Crema

Recommended for injuries, where applied and left uncovered.

Contraindications

This topical is contraindicated for those allergic or hypersensitive to the formula and although no information has been provided about any harm to pregnant women or breastfeeding women, it is recommended to consult a specialist beforehand and use it only if indicated.

Adverse reactions

To date, this drug has not been shown to produce any negative reactions, whether applied to the skin or swallowed, only the burning that occurs when it is being applied, but this usually lasts only a few minutes until it disappears.

On the other hand, if it can present a negative reaction in those patients who are allergic or hypersensitive to the active principle or any of its components.

Interaction with other medications

According to studies carried out with the components of this formula, it has been determined that no problem occurs if any interaction occurs with other medications or if it is used during any medical treatment, this thanks to the fact that its application is through the skin and said topical is not absorbs the body.

You should consult your doctor with any questions or concerns, since this article is only informative and is not intended to invite self-medication, we always hope that it is very useful and we invite you to visit the website and other similar articles.

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Dr. Samantha Robson ( CRN: 0510146-5) is a nutritionist and website content reviewer related to her area of ​​expertise. With a postgraduate degree in Nutrition from The University of Arizona, she is a specialist in Sports Nutrition from Oxford University and is also a member of the International Society of Sports Nutrition.

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