Tsiteal - instruction , application reviews


1. active substance

2. Product form

3. Composition

4. Indications

5. Contraindications

6. dosage and Administration

7. Side effects

8. Cautions

9. Terms and Conditions of storage

Tsiteal - disinfectant, antiseptic, anti-fungal drug.

active substance

Chlorhexidine (Chlorhexidine).

Product form

Tsiteal is available as a solution for outdoor applications.The preparation is realized in plastic flasks (250 and 1000 ml) placed in cardboard boxes to 1 pc.


solution for outdoor applications

100 ml


hexamidine diizotionat

20% solution of chlorhexidine bigluconate

(which is equivalent to the content of chlorhexidine bigluconate)

30 mg

100 mg

0.5 ml

100 mg

Excipients: diethanolamide coconut oil fatty acids, cocamidopropyl betaine (laurilamidobetain 30%) acid, ethylene diamine, lactic acid, flavoring "koniferol", purified water.

Indications The indications for purpose Tsiteala are th

e following diseases and conditions:

  • Antiseptic hand surgeon and the medical staff.
  • Processing mucous and skin (acne, diaper rash, ulcers, eczema, fungal infections, dermatitis associated with infections of bacterial nature, cervicitis, vaginitis, vulvitis, etc.).
  • infections, sexually transmitted infections - for the purpose of prevention.


contraindications to the drug is:

  • Pregnancy and breast-feeding (lactation).
  • Increased individual sensitivity to the ingredients of the drug.

Dosage and Administration

Tsiteal designed for outdoor use (need to avoid contact with mucous membranes of the ear and the eye).The drug is used in diluted (1:10) and undiluted.

drug Administration is carried out every day, the average course of therapy is 10-15 days.In order to prevent - 2 times a week for 3-6 months.

After treatment, mucous membranes and skin of necessary space required their copious rinsing with water.

solutions should be prepared immediately before use.

Side effects

use of the drug may cause the following side effects: feeling of tingling, burning, itching, redness, dry skin (with prolonged use).It is also possible to develop contact dermatitis and eczema, especially when applied to ulcerated or injured skin.


not recommended to use the drug in ophthalmic practice, as well as for the purpose of processing the external auditory canal in the case of suspicion of perforation of the eardrum.Tsiteal should be used with extreme caution in repeated applications, particularly in damaged skin (particularly calcined) under an occlusive dressing, for the mucous membranes and in children.

drug is not used for skin antisepsis before performing medical procedures: blood sampling puncture.

After opening the bottle possible microbial contamination of the drug.

Tsiteal not used with liquid and solid soaps.

drug is not recommended for the treatment of surgical material.

In case of accidental ingestion of the drug can not be performed gastric lavage (foam solution).

prepared solutions of the drug can not be stored.

Conditions and terms

Keep out of direct sunlight at a temperature not exceeding 25 ° C.Keep away from children.Shelf life - 3 years.


Product description posted on this page is a supplement and a simplified version of the official version of the annotations to the drug.The information is provided for informational purposes only and is not a guide to self-medication.Before using the product you should consult with a specialist and to get acquainted with the instructions approved by the manufacturer.

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