Buro-Sol

Active Ingredient(s): Aluminum Acetate, Burow's Solution
Category: Skin Care



Buro-Sol Overview

Burow's solution is an aqueous solution of aluminium triacetate. It is available in the U.S. as an over-the-counter drug for topical administration, with brand names including Domeboro (Moberg Pharma), Domeboro Otic, Star-Otic, and Borofair.[1] The preparation has astringent and antibacterial properties and may be used to treat a number of skin conditions, including insect bites and stings, rashes caused by poison ivy and poison sumac, swelling, allergies, and bruises. However...

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Buro Sol discontinued?

I went to my pharmacy today here in Canada to be told that Smith Kline Glaxo is no longer making Buro Sol. Is this the case and, if it is, what are my alternatives? ## You mean the antiseptic powder? Unfortunately, since it's never been available in the U.S., I can't find much information on it or why it was discontinued. I can't even find a listing of the ingredients. Learn more antiseptic details here. Did you try asking a pharmacist if they can recommend an alternative? I would, but I'm not sure what's available in Canada. ## I currently am using Buro-sol powder with water to make solution. I live in a town west of Toronto Canada and its available here in most if not all the pharmacy's. some are now keeping the powder behind the counter but others have it with...

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Buro-sol...ear infections

Buro-sol has been removed from the Canadian market and states it's discontinued. I have used this product to manage a chronic infection that I have had for the past 45 years. Its the only medication that helped manage it. Not one specialist has been able to correct the reoccurring infection. Is there another close alternative that's availableL

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Possible Dosages for this and Related Drugs:

Aluminum Acetate, Burow's Solution
  • Powder, 648mg
  • Powder for Reconstitution: 1191:938mg;mg
  • Solution
  • Solution/drops: 2% + 0.79%
  • Tablet, Effervescent
Note: Above list includes dosages for all drugs with the same combination of active ingredients.

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