Aspirin. 500 mg. 20 tablets
Aspirin. 500 mg. 20 tablets
Aspirin is an analgesic and antipyretic drug and belongs to the group of anti-inflammatory substances.
- Weak to moderate pain
- Increased body temperature.
To treat symptoms of headache, toothache, sore throat, menstrual cramps, pain in muscles and joints, back pain, mild arthritic pain.
When cold or influenza for the symptomatic treatment of pain and fever.
Due to the risk of Reye's syndrome, Aspirin should not be given to children or adolescents with febrile illness, unless specifically prescribed by a doctor or if other therapeutic measures have proved ineffective (see also chapter "What special measures must to take in children? "). should not take Aspirin a long time or in large doses without talking to your doctor prior to your doctor or dentist.
When you should not take Aspirin?
You should not take Aspirin, if you have:
- Hypersensitivity to the active substance acetylsaiicylic acid, other salicylates or any other ingredients in the product;
- Peptic or duodenal ulcers;
- Abnormally increased tendency to bleed.
When to consult a doctor before taking Aspirin?
Below are described cases in which you can take Aspirin only under certain circumstances and with special attention. Please consult your doctor if any of these cases there is or was in such minaloto.Upotrebata of Aspirin require special attention (eg, longer intervals between doses or lower doses) and medical surveillance if:
- You are hypersensitive to other analgesic, anti-inflammatory and antirheumatic drugs, or if you have other allergies (see also section "Special warnings and precautions");
- While taking anticoagulant agents / eg. coumarin derivatives, heparin (with the exception of heparin into smaller portions);
- Suffer from asthma;
- Have chronic or recurrent gastric or duodenal complaints;
- You are at a previous kidney damage;
- You have serious liver dysfunction.
What precautions should be taken during pregnancy?
You should inform your doctor if you become pregnant during prolonged treatment with Aspirin. Without consulting Aspirin should not be taken during the first and second trimester of pregnancy. Acetylsaiicylic acid should not be taken during the last three months of pregnancy due to increased risk of complications for mother and child during childbirth. Like all non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs, Aspirin can suppress fertility in women of fertile age.
What precautions you should take if you are breastfeeding?
Small amounts of acetylsaiicylic acid and its metabolites in breast milk. As far not been reported any adverse effects, it is usually necessary to stop breast-feeding during short-term treatment of pain or fever with Aspirin at the recommended dose. If - in exceptional cases - are prescribed prolonged therapy or high doses (more than 6 tablets per day) should be considered early termination of breastfeeding.
What precautions should be taken in children?
Aspirin should not be given to children or adolescents with febrile illness, unless specifically prescribed by a doctor or other therapeutic measures have proved ineffective. Persistent vomiting in connection with such diseases can be a sign of Reye's syndrome. This is a very rare potentially fatal disease that requires immediate medical attention and treatment.
Special warnings and precautions
What precautions to take?
When concomitant treatment with anticoagulant drugs (used to thin the blood) History of gastrointestinal ulcers, including chronic or recurrent (repeated) ulcer disease or a history of bleeding from the gastrointestinal tract; Impaired liver function; Impaired kidney function Hypersensitivity to inflammatory or antirheumatic drugs, or other allergens. Medicinal products containing acetylsaiicylic acid, should not be used in children and adolescents with febrile illness after careful consideration of risks and benefits of such treatment because of the possibility of developing Reye's syndrome - a rare but very serious illness.
Acetylsaiicylic acid can precipitate bronchial spasms and trigger asthma attacks or other hypersensitivity reactions. Risk factors are present bronchial asthma, hay fever, nasal polyps or chronic respiratory disease. This is also true for patients with allergic reactions (e.g., skin reactions, pruritus, urticaria) to other substantsii.Vsledstvie of suppressing its effect on platelet aggregation acetylsaiicylic acid can lead to a tendency for increased bleeding during and after surgery (including small operations, eg. tooth extraction). At low doses acetylsaiicylic acid decreased excretion of uric acid. This may trigger gout in patients who already have a tendency to reduced excretion of urea acid.
What special precautions should be taken when driving, operating machinery or in places with unstable support?
Not observed any effect on ability to drive and use machines.
Interaction with other medicinal products and other forms of interaction
If other medicines do not affect the operation of Aspirin and what precautions you should take if concomitantly taking other drugs? Please note that this information may also apply to drugs that currently apply: Aspirin increased:
- Operation of the antenna and coagulants (medicines that affect blood clotting) (eg coumarin derivatives and heparin);
- The risk of gastrointestinal bleeding with concomitant alcohol or medicines that contain cortisone Zone or cortisone-like substances;
- The effect of some medicines that decrease blood sugar (sulfonylurea agents);
- Desirable and undesirable effects of methotrexate;
- Plasma concentrations of digoxin (a medicament for increasing contraction of cardiac muscle) in the blood, the barbiturates (sleeping pills) and lithium (a drug for the treatment of manic disorders);
- Desirable and undesirable effects of a single group analgesic and anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs);
- The effect of certain antibiotics (sulfonamides and their combinations) (e.g. sulphamethoxazole / trimethoprim);
- The effects of triiodothyronine, a medicament for the treatment of hypothyroidism (underactive thyroid gland);
- The effect of valproic acid, a medicinal product for the treatment of epilepsy. Aspirin reduces the effects of:
- Certain medications for increasing the excretion of urine (aldosterone antagonist diuretics and long-acting);
- Antihypertensive drugs;
- Anti-gout drugs with uricosuric action (eg, probenecid, sulfinpyrazone). Consequently, patients should not take Aspirin concomitantly with any of rope-mentioned drugs unless specifically prescribed by a doctor.
What foods and drinks should be avoided?
As far as possible during the therapy with Aspirin should be avoided alcohol.
Dosage and administration:
Unless otherwise prescribed by your doctor Aspirin use as described below. Please, follow the instructions as otherwise Aspirin will not work effectively.
Aspirin how much to take and how often?
Unless otherwise prescribed:
Age Single dose
7-14 1/2 - 1 tablet
over 14 years and adults 1-2 tablets
Where necessary, the dosage unit may be taken 3 times a day at intervals of 4-8 hours.
The dose should be reduced or the interval between doses to fall in patients with impaired hepatic or renal function.
How and when to take Aspirin?
Aspirin tablets should be swallowed with a large quantity of liquid. Do not take Aspirin on an empty stomach. Misuse and overdose
What to do if you have ingested a large quantity of Aspirin?
Dizziness and tinnitus, especially in children and the elderly, may be indicators of serious intoxication. Please tell your doctor if you overdose Aspirin. He will decide according to the degree of intoxication what measures should be taken.
What side effects may occur with the use of Aspirin?
Common side effects are gastrointestinal complaints such as stomach pain and mild blood loss from the gastrointestinal trakt.Ponyakoga may appear nausea, vomiting and diariya.V rare cases may occur bleeding and ulcers in the stomach; hypersensitivity reactions (difficulty breathing, skin reactions), mainly in astmatitsi.Dokladvani isolated cases of hepatic and renal function, reduction of blood sugar (hypoglycemia) and particularly strong skin rash (including erhythema exsudativum multiforme). Acetylsaiicylic acid in a low dose reduces the excretion of uric acid, which may cause gout attack in patients with podagra.Udalzhena or prolonged use may lead to disorders in the central nervous system, e. headache, dizziness, vomiting, tinnitus, blurred vision, drowsiness, or anemia due to loss of iron. In rare instances, after long-term use of Aspirin may appear anemia due to acute bleeding from the gastrointestinal trakt.Ako notice any side effects not listed in this leaflet, please tell your doctor or pharmacist.
How to do if you develop any of these side effects?
If you notice any of these side effects, do not take more Aspirin and tell your doctor. If there are signs of hypersensitivity should discontinue using Aspirin.Ako your stools are black (tarry stool, a sign of serious bleeding from the stomach) immediately inform your doctor.
The shelf life of this product is printed on the carton. The drug should not be used after this dataSahranyavayte medicine out of the reach of children.