Sulfathiazole Sodium

(BANM, rINNM)
Synonyms: Natrii Sulfathiazolum; Soluble Sulphathiazole; Sulfathiazol Sodique; Sulfathiazolum Natricum; Sulfatiazol sódico; Sulphathiazole Sodium.
Cyrillic synonym: Натрий Сульфатиазол.

💊 Chemical information

Chemical formula: C9H8N3NaO2S2,5H2O = 367.4.
CAS — 144-74-1 (anhydrous sulfathiazole sodium); 679171-5 (sulfathiazole sodium pentahydrate).
ATC — D06BA02; J01EB07.
ATC Vet — QD06BA02.

Pharmacopoeias.

In BP(Vet) (1 ⁄ H 2 O or 5H 2 O).

BP(Vet) 2008

(Sulfathiazole Sodium). A white or yellowishwhite crystalline powder or granules. Freely soluble in water; soluble in alcohol. A solution in water containing the equivalent of 1% of the anhydrous substance has a pH of 9.0 to 10.0. Protect from light.

💊 Profile

Sulfathiazole is a short-acting sulfonamide with properties similar to those of sulfamethoxazole. It is now rarely used systemically due to its toxicity. Sulfathiazole is used with other sulfonamides, usually sulfabenzamide and sulfacetamide, in preparations for the topical treatment of vaginal infections and is also used with other drugs in the treatment of skin infections. Sulfathiazole sodium has been applied topically with other drugs in the treatment of eye infections.

💊 Preparations

USP 31: Triple Sulfa Vaginal Cream; Triple Sulfa Vaginal Tablets.

Proprietary Preparations

Arg.: Blefarosan; Welt-Sulfazol; Yesterday†; Port.: Stopex†. Multi-ingredient: Arg.: Iodotiazol†; Leroid†; Otocuril; Otorinazol†; Belg.: Sultrin†; Braz.: Mentozil†; Otobel†; Vagi-Sulfa; Chile: Gotas Otologicas; Indocalm; Polvos Antibioticos†; Tru; Gr.: Sultrin; Irl.: Sultrin†; Ital.: Streptosil con Neomicina-Fher; Mex.: Unguento Cruz; Unguento Sulfatiazol Rojtier; Philipp.: Sultrin; Pol.: Sulfarinol; Port.: Sultrin†; S.Afr.: Sultrin; Spain: Cremsol; Polvos Wilfe†; Pomada Wilfe; Sabanotropico; Salitanol Estreptomicina; UK: Sultrin†; USA: Sultrin; Venez.: Otanol†.
Published May 08, 2019.