Table of Contents
- 1 What is Betadine Ointment?
- 2 Uses of Betadine Ointment
- 3 How does Betadine Ointment work?
- 4 How to use Betadine Ointment?
- 5 Common Dosage for Betadine Ointment
- 6 When to Avoid Betadine Ointment?
- 7 Precautions while using Betadine Ointment
- 8 Side-Effects of Betadine Ointment
- 9 Drug Interactions to be Careful About
- 10 Buyer’s Guide – Betadine Ointment Composition, Variant and Price
- 11 Substitutes of Betadine Ointment
- 12 FAQs – 10 Questions Answered about Betadine Ointment
- 13 Authored By –
1What is Betadine Ointment?
Used mainly to prevent or treat infections by providing disinfection in cases of minor cuts, infected wounds, bruised skin, vaginal infection, and cold sores. Low blood pressure, redness, and itching of skin are the common side effects of Betadine Ointment. It should be totally avoided in the case of patients sensitive to iodine and thyroid disease.
Betadine Ointment Composition: Povidone-iodine 10%w/w
Manufactured by: Win Medicare.
Prescription: Not required as it is available as OTC.
Form: Cream, Powder, Gargles, ointment, and solutions.
Price: Rs 119.00 for 1 pack of 15gm Ointment.
Expiry/Shelf Life: 2 years from the date of manufacturing
Type of Drug: Antiseptic.