Ethylmorphine (Aethylmorphinum; synonym for dionine; List A ) is an antitussive . The effect on the body is close to codeine (see). Ethylmorphine hydrochloride (Aethylmorphinum hydrochloricum, Aethylmorphini hydrochloridum) is used in medical practice. Assign inside to soothe cough in chronic bronchitis, pulmonary tuberculosis at 0.01-0.02 g per reception. Higher doses by mouth: single - 0.03 g; daily - 0.1 g. With prolonged use may cause the development of drug dependence (addiction). In ophthalmic practice is used for keratitis, infiltrates in the cornea, inflammation of the iris. Enter into a conjunctival bag in the form of solutions or ointments, since 1 - 2% of concentration, then it is gradually increased to 6 - 10%.
Ethyl morphine release forms: powder and tablets of 0.01 and 0.015 g. See also Analgesics .
Ethylmorphine hydrochloride (Aethormorphini hydrochloridum; synonym Dioninum; list A) is an antitussive, a synthetic derivative of morphine; similar in action to codeine (see). It is used in doses of 0.01-0.02 g per dose. In these doses, practically does not cause other effects characteristic of analgesic drugs of the narcotic type. Higher doses for adults: single - 0.03 g, daily - 0.1 g. It is also used to treat eye diseases (iritis, iridocyclitis, corneal ulcers, etc.) in the form of 1-10% eye ointments and drops. Method of issuance: powder and tablets of 0.01 and 0.015 g.