BIZOR table. 5 mg

BIZOR table. 5 mg
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Bizor belongs to a group of medicines called beta-blockers
Bisoprolol is used to treat angina and hypertension



BIZOR table. 5 mg
 

BIZOR WHAT IS AND WHAT IT IS USED

Bizor belongs to a group of medicines called beta-blockers
Bisoprolol is used to treat angina and hypertension
 

BEFORE YOU TAKE BIZOR

 
Bizor not take if:
 
Suffer from severe asthma or other illnesses associated with difficulty breathing;
 Taking a medicine called floctafenine which is used to relieve pain and inflammation of joints or sultopride which is used in psychiatric disorders;
 You have a slow heart rate before treatment;
 Have very low blood pressure;
Suffer from severe blockage of peripheral vessels karvonosni and serious circulation problems;
 Are allergic to bisoprolol or any ingredients of the tablets;
 Suffer from conduction or heart rhythm disorder;
 You have heart failure or shock caused by heart problems;
 Have increased acidity of the blood;
 Suffer from untreated tumor of the adrenal gland known as phaeochromocytoma
Take special care with Bizor if:
 You have kidney or liver disease;
 Suffer from diabetes. Taking the pill may mask the symptoms of low blood sugar
 You suffer or have suffered from psoriasis
 Are undergoing treatment to reduce allergic reactions. Bisoprolol fumarate may increase the sensibility to the substances you are allergic to and aggravate allergic reactions
 You have a thyroid problem. Taking tablets may mask the symptoms of hyperactivity of the thyroid gland
You suffer from asthma or other diseases accompanied by shortness of breath
 You're on a strict diet
-Suffer from cardiac conduction abnormalities, so called. AV-block I-Grade
 Suffer from Prinzmetal's angina / tightness and chest pain at rest /
 Have problems with blood flow to the extremities of the body such as hands and feet
 Have chronic heart failure
 To consult a doctor, hospital or visiting a dentist for surgery, including anesthesia, you should know that you are taking bisoprolol.
 
This medicine contains the active substance is bisoprolol, which gives positive results in doping tests for athletes
 

ADMISSION OF TABLETS BIZOR Food and Beverage

 
Bizor tablets can be taken with or without food and should be swallowed whole with water. You should not drink alcohol while taking Bizor
 
Pregnancy and lactation
 
Bizor should not be taken during pregnancy.
It is not known whether bisoprolol is excreted into breast milk and therefore is not recommended for use Bizor during lactation.
 

DRIVE AND USE MACHINES


 

Bizor tablets can make you feel tired, drowsy or dizzy. If you get such side effects occur, do not drive or operate machinery.
Be aware of the likelihood of these side effects, especially at the beginning of treatment, a change in dosage or administration of alcohol.
 
Important information about some of the ingredients of BIZOR TABLETS
 
Bizor contains milk sugar / lactose / If your doctor has warned you that you have an intolerance to some sugars, contact your doctor before taking this medicine.

HOW TO TAKE BIZOR

 
Always Bizor tablets exactly as your doctor tells you. If you're not sure, ask your doctor
The tablets should be swallowed whole with water.
Your doctor will prescribe the appropriate dose for you starting with the lowest possible dose. The usual dose is 10 mg once daily, the maximum recommended dose is 20 mg. The tablets should be taken daily at the same time.
 
Patients with kidney disease
 
In patients with severe renal disease, the dose should not exceed 10 mg once daily bisoprilol.
 
Patients with liver disease
 
You do not need dose adjustment
 
Elderly
 
Your doctor will prescribe the lowest possible dose / 5 mg /
 
Children under 12 years of age and youth
 
Not recommended due to lack of data on the drug in children under 12 years of age and youth.
 
If you take more than the dose
 
Tell your doctor immediately. Take with you any remaining tablets and this leaflet, so that medical staff can understand exactly what you have taken.
Symptoms of overdose may include lightheadedness, dizziness, fatigue, shortness of breath and / or wheezing. it is also possible to observe slow heartbeat, decreased blood pressure, heart failure and low levels of blood glucose.
 
If you forget to take Bizor
 
If you forget a tablet-take it if you remember within 12 hours after the time of admission. If more than 12 hours should not take the missed dose and take the next tablet at the usual time.
Do not take a double dose to make up.
 

POSSIBLE SIDE EFFECTS

 
Common - fatigue, headache, dizziness, feeling of coldness or numbness in the extremities, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, abdominal pain, constipation
 
Uncommon - dizziness when standing up suddenly due to low blood pressure, sleep disorders, depression, slow or irregular heart rate, worsening heart failure, muscle weakness, cramps and joint pain
 
Rare - nightmares, hallucinations, hearing impairment, inflammation of the nasal mucosa, causing an itchy runny nose, allergic reactions, dry eyes caused by decreased tear production, inflammation of the liver that causes abdominal pain, loss of appetite, jaundice, sometimes as whites of the eyes turn yellow, and skin.
 
Lupus symptoms, such as swollen joints, fever, fatigue, skin rash, decreased sexual activity, low blood sugar, elevated blood fat n, elevated levels of liver enzymes in the blood.
 
Very rare - can worsen the skin disease psoriasis or cause similar to that in psoriasis rash with peeling dry skin and hair loss, eye irritation, itching and redness.
 

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION:

 
What Bizor contain:
Active substance - bisoprololov fumarate
Each tablet contains 5 mg 5 mg bisoprololov fumarate
Other components - lactose monohydrate, microcrystalline cellulose, magnesium stearate and crospovidone, yellow color / which contains lactose and iron oxide yellow - red and yellow
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