Disease bacteria that have got into the body as a result of non-observance of personal hygiene rules or in the absence of the necessary pre-treatment of food can lead to the development of colitis of the infectious form. They absorb a lot of beneficial bacteria living in the large intestine, and lead to disruption of the intestine.
That's why with infectious colitis specialists recommend the use of Enterofuril, a drug with antimicrobial effect. Getting into the stomach, it primarily affects the ability of pathogens to multiply, significantly reducing it, and then destroys their cells. This is ensured by reducing the activity of enzymes necessary for microorganisms for active life. Thus, Enterofuril provides a significant reduction in the area of localization of the inflammatory process in the intestines, which is accompanied by infectious colitis.
In addition, Enterofuril has an antitoxic effect. The administration of the drug ensures the removal of toxins, which are a product of the vital activity of pathogenic microorganisms that caused the development of colitis. It should be noted that the use of this drug does not lead to the destruction of the natural microflora of the intestine, so that its normal functioning is ensured and thus the development of dysbiosis is excluded.
According to reviews, Enterofuril is tolerated by the body well, not only in the adult population, but also in children. In the process of treating colitis there is a high risk of allergic reactions. In such circumstances, the use of this drug should be immediately interrupted.
Contraindications to the administration of Enterofuril in colitis include individual intolerance or increased susceptibility to the active substance and the adjuvant components of the drug. In addition, his reception is prohibited for newborn children under 1 month.
The use of enterofuril in colitis during pregnancy has its own characteristics. Despite the fact that official data on the negative effect of using this drug during pregnancy are absent, during this period, it is very rarely prescribed. The exception is those situations where the threat to the health of the mother exceeds the risk of negative impact on the development of the fetus.
A distinctive feature of Enterofuril is that after taking it it is not absorbed in the intestine. Accordingly, it helps to achieve the desired effect in colitis, but does not affect the functioning of other organs.