NEURALGIN 20 tablets
Metamizole has a strong painkiller, high temperature and moderate anti-inflammatory effect.
Vitamin B1 is involved in the composition of the enzyme cocarboxylase, which plays an important role in vglehidratnata exchange. Deficiency of this enzyme leads to the accumulation of lactic and pyruvic acid, and is manifested by inflammation of nervous tissue.
Vitamin B6 improves the recovery of unsaturated fatty acids, and transfer of the amine and carboxyl groups on the amino acids.
Vitamin B12 is involved in the synthesis of methionine and choline, improves recovery of cysteine, glutathione and coenzyme A. Helps construction of nucleic acids.
Neuralgin is indicated in diseases of the peripheral nervous system (inflammatory diseases of the nerve roots and endings, radiculitis, radikulopleksiti, neuritis, polyneuritis, polyneuropathy); inflammatory and degenerative diseases of the musculoskeletal system
(Broken ribs, fractures as a result of dilution of the bone structure); under conditions associated with a rise in body temperature.
INFORMATION REQUIRED BEFORE medication use
Allergy to metamizole or vitamins in the composition of the medicament, as well as to preparations in the same group.
Neuralgin is contraindicated in conditions associated with a decrease in the number of white blood cells, anemia, acute vessel blockage by blood clots, bronchial asthma, deficiency of enzymes involved in hematopoiesis (glucose-6-phosphate dehydrogenase deficiency).
2. PRECAUTIONS AND WARNINGS
In children under 14 years to be taken under medical supervision, also in subjects with impaired renal function and an active ulcer of the gastrointestinal
Upon reception of the preparation urine may turn red, which is not dangerous!
Neuralgin reduces the therapeutic effect of L-dopa in Parkinson's disease / effect of vitamin B6 /. While taking contraception infringes exchange contained in Neuralgina vitamin B6. Antagonists of vitamin B6 are isoniazid, penicillamine, cycloserine, thiosemicarbazones, in the presence of the drug effects are reduced.
Applied once Neuralgin inhibits drug metabolism and during prolonged use can enhance the activity of some enzymes involved in the metabolism of drugs.
The risk of allergic reactions is higher in concomitant preparation with other high temperature, pain relievers and anti-inflammatory agents. There is a high risk of damage to WBC in adopting Neuralgin with preparations suppressing the bone marrow, such as preparations based on gold, for the treatment of malignancy and the like.
Some funds affecting the nervous system (neuroleptics and tranquillizers etc.) enhance analgesic effect of Neuralgin. Certain drugs used to treat depression (w. N. Antidepressants), contraception, Alopurinol, slow down the breakdown of the composition and may increase its toxicity.
Pregnancy and lactation
The preparation is not recommended for pregnant women in the first three months and the last 6 weeks and in nursing mothers.
EFFECTS ON THE ABILITY TO DRIVE AND USE MACHINES
The preparation can be taken during the drive and / or operate machinery!
Information about the correct use of medication
METHOD AND DOSAGE
It is one film-tablet 2-3 times daily during or after meals.
Not recommended for children under 14 years of age. May exceptionally be used in children over 10 years old / one tablet a day /.
When taking a high dose, contact a doctor!
In cases of poisoning a decrease of pikochootdelyaneto, bruising, seizures, loss of consciousness. First measures poisoning include vomiting, gastric lavage, administration of activated charcoal, followed by symptomatic treatment.
In the event of other complaints during treatment with the preparation, except those for which he was appointed, tell your doctor!
Adverse reactions are rare.
In some cases, can occur dizziness, low blood pressure, loss of appetite, nausea, vomiting.
Very rarely observed suppression of bone marrow function.
Keep dry and protected from light, at a temperature below 250c.
Keep out of reach of children!
Do not use after the expiry date stated on the packaging!