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Set of 4 phages- Otophage Phagoderm Phagogin Phagodent 50 ml each

Set of 4 phages- Otophage  Phagoderm Phagogin  Phagodent 50 ml each
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Set of 4 gel with bacteriophages

Otophage -Gel with bacteriophages for ENT hygiene "Otophage" is used for normalization of microflora in ENT organs. Otophage helps prevent bacterial pyoinflammatory diseases of ear, nose and throat. Otophage includes a complex of 72 types of bacteriophages from the collection of RPC Micromir

Phagodent -Gel with bacteriophages for gums "Phagodent"  is used to normalize microflora of the oral cavity. Phagodent helps prevent the development of inflammatory diseases in the oral cavity. 

Phagoderm -Phagoderm  is used to normalize the skin microflora. Phagoderm helps prevent bacterial infections of skin

Phagogin-Gel with bacteriophages for intimate hygiene Phagogyn  is used to normalize the microflora of the intimate area. 

                 Natural safe analogue of antibiotics. Available to everyone without a prescription

How do bacteriophages differ from antibiotics?
The first difference is their way of acting. Antibiotics are aimed at destroying bacteria, but they target a variety of mechanisms common to good bacteria, too. So, it affects human normal flora.
Another aspect is the increasing antibiotic resistance of bacteria, which makes it difficult to treat diseases caused by them. In their turn, bacteriophages can adapt to varying conditions. and the set of phages contained in drugs virtually eliminates any bacterial resistance developing. Phages often work when antibiotics were ineffective. In light of the increasing antibiotic resistance of bacteria, many scientists find phage therapy to be a possible solution.
In addition, humans are in contact with phages throughout life and no side effects have been described. While allergic reactions, dysbiosis and secondary fungal infections are possible when taking antibiotics.

Thus, instead of starting with antibiotics, use phages as a means of first choice in treatment and prevention of bacterial diseases.

How bacteriophages affect bacteria

Using 3D Cell Explorer and CamScan S2 microscopes, we obtained photographs and videos of the impact of bacteriophages on cell cultures and biofilms of Klebsiella pneumoniae.

Bacteriophages are viruses that kill bacteria selectively: each type of bacteriophage is active only to the certain bacterial species.

The bacteriophages applied in clinical practice destroy pathogenic bacteria, don’t affect the normal microbial flora of humans and don’t interact with their organs and systems. It makes it possible to give the phages to all categories of patients as an effective and safe antibacterial agent for treatment and prevention. It is practically true to take bacteriophages preventively in cases where there are no clinical signs of bacterial infection, and the use of antibiotics is undesirable because of their side effects.
An important condition for effective phage therapy is a preliminary determination of the causative agent's sensitivity to bacteriophage, as well as early use of the preparation.

Active ingredient: a sterile suspension of phage particles in a physiological solution, purified water, carbopol, calendula extract, nipazol.
Origin: Russia.

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