Dexpanthenol Ph. EUR.
Dexpanthenol increases the healing of wounds, stimulates the epithelization, and has anti-inflammatory properties.
Dexpanthenol increases the healing of wounds, stimulates the epithelization, and has anti-inflammatory properties, which is why it is applied locally. The substance is applied orally (with other vitamins) as food supplement, or as therapeutic supportive for the treatment of inflammation of the oral cavity and the throat (lozenges). Furthermore, Dexpanthenol is applied parenterally in combination with other vitamins for the prophylaxis or therapy of malnutrition and drastic lack of vitamins, disorders of the vitamin absorption from the gastrointestinal tract, and vitamin-consuming diseases. In addition, such injectable vitamin preparations with Dexpanthenol are used for completing parenteral nutrition.
|Description:||Colorless to slightly yellowish viscous liquid or semicrystalline substance.|
|Regulatory Status:||Meets current USP, Ph. Eur. monographs.|
|Applications:||Dermaticum, treatment of wounds, promotion of epithelization.|