NEUROTOP retard. 600 mg. 50 tablets
NEUROTOP retard. 600 mg. 50 tablets
What's in prolonged svobozhdavane Neurotop Retard 600 mg?
Carbamazepine Each tablet contains 600 mg.
Other ingredients: eudragit (RS, RM, L30D), colloidal anhydrous silica, magnesium stearate, talc, sodium starch glycolate, microcrystalline cellulose.
Package Contents: 50 tablets.
How do prolonged-release tablets Neurotop Retard 600 mg?
Carbamazepine has anticonvulsant and antidepressant effect in various forms breakthrough. In some diseases of the nervous system, Carbamazepine reduces pain and / or discomfort. For the treatment of various forms of epilepsy and those with prevalent mental disorders, bipolar affective disorder, trigeminal neuralgia , diabetic polyneuropathy syndrome, alcohol withdrawal, diabetes insipidus.
When should you not use prolonged-release tablets Neurotop Retard 600 mg?
Prolonged-release tablets Neurotop Retard 600 mg should not be applied in case of: Hypersensitivity to Carbamazepine or chemically related substances (drugs, tricyclic antidepressants to treat depression), heart rhythm disorders, severe liver function abnormalities, abnormal function bone marrow, children under 1 year of age.
When should I take the tablets with extended release 600 mg Neurotop Retard with caution?
Caution and periodic medical examinations are required for patients with cardiovascular disease, impaired hepatic and / or renal function and in patients suffering from glaucoma (increased eye pressure).
Can pregnant women or those who are breastfeeding take prolonged-release tablets Neurotop Retard 600 mg?
Your doctor will examine you to can apply Neurotop Retard during your pregnancy. Since Carbamazepine passes into breast milk, breast-feeding should be discontinued gradually.
What other precautions required?
Inform your doctor or pharmacist if:
You suffer from any medical conditions or allergies you;
Take other medicines unless Neurotop Retard, including those not prescribed by a doctor;
Planning to become pregnant, are pregnant or breast-feeding your baby.
You should not start or stop taking Neurotop Retard without medical advice.
During treatment Neurotop Retard should be periodically monitored and blood chernodrobnipokazateli.
If signs or symptoms of side effects (especially skin reactions, fever, sore throat, sores in the mouth, throat or elsewhere, jaundice) should nezabavnoda consult your doctor.
Attention! Taking this medicine may affect reactivity to operate machinery or the ability to drive!
Neurotop Retard reduces reactivity. Caution should be exercised when driving or operating machinery.
During treatment Neurotop Retard should avoid alcohol intake.
The effect of hormonal contraceptives may be reduced by taking Neurolop Retard: zashtose is recommended to use other methods of contraception.
Keep this medicine out of the reach of children.
What other drugs could interact with tablets Neurotop Retard?
If you use other medicines unless Neurotop Retard you should discuss this with your doctor as Neurotop Retard can strengthen or weaken the effects of other drugs. Tell your doctor before starting treatment with Neurotop Retard about other medications, including those not prescribed by a doctor as Neurotop Retard may, for example, to reduce the effect of drugs affecting blood clotting (anticoagulants), oral hormonal contraceptives, some antibiotics (Hanp.doxycycline) or quinidine (used to abnormal heart rhythm).
Other medications may lead to an increase in the concentration of Carbamazepine in blood.
For example: antibiotics (erythromycin, troleandomycin, isoniazid), certain drugs for the treatment of cardiovascular diseases (verapamil, diltiazem), for the treatment of pain (dexpropoxyphene, viloxazine), other antiepileptic drugs (phenytoine, primidone, valproic acid), drugs to reduce gastric acidity (cimetidine).
Combined use with lithium (used to treat psychiatric disorders) could have a negative effect on the nervous system such as anxiety and confusion.
C Carbamazepine treatment can begin at least two weeks after suspension of MAO inhibitors (used to treat mental illness). Effect on laboratory tests - can be influenced results, reflecting funktsiyatana thyroid.
How to apply Neurotop Retard?
In the event that your doctor advises otherwise dosage, you should follow these instructions:
If necessary, the application of lower doses should be used Neurotop Retard 300 mg.
Adults and children over 10 years:
In general, treatment was initiated at 150 mg twice daily, then slowly increase the dose to achieve the optimal dose induvidualnata. Preferably, the dosage increases at the expense of the evening dose. Usually, the average dose is 600 mg (one tablet extended release). When the daily dose is administered once recommended it be taken in the evening.
Children between 1 and 5 years: 150 mg twice daily (morning and evening).
Children between 6 and 10 years: 150 to 300 mg twice daily (morning and evening).
The usual daily dose is 600 mg (one tablet extended release).
Starting with an initial dose of 300 mg (half tablet) per day and the dose gradually increased depending on the response to pain. Then establish a minimum effective dose by tapering. The average daily dose is 600 mg (one tablet extended release). Diabetic neuropathy, diabetes insipidus average daily dose is 600 mg (one tablet extended release). In some cases it may be prescribed to 1200 mg (2 tablets) during the first days of lechenieto.Ako suffer from impaired renal function. Your doctor will prescribe the dose reduced.
Method of application:
Prolonged-release tablets should be swallowed with some liquid during or after a meal. They can be broken or dissolved in a small amount of water or other liquids without affecting their impact.
What should I do in case of an overdose?
Symptoms of an acute overdose may include: vomiting, tremors, agitation, seizures, changes in blood pressure, respiratory depression, in some cases, respiratory arrest, changes in consciousness, even coma. Requires immediate medical attention.
What should you do if you forget to take regular dose?
When you find that you forgot to take your normal dose, do not take a double dose next dose and take your usual dose of the drug.
What side effects may occur during treatment with Neurotop Retard 600 mg?
Like all medicines, prolonged-release tablets Neurotop Retard 600 mg, along with the application sought by their actions and may cause side effects. Adverse side effects do not occur in all patients.
At the beginning of treatment may be a lack of appetite, dry mouth, nausea, diarrhea or constipation.
Sometimes it can be any of the following side effects: headache, dizziness, drowsiness, fatigue, impaired coordination or vision, paresthesia, paresis of the legs, speech disorders. In adults it is possible confusion, agitation, and rarely hallucinations. These side effects subside mostly between the eighth and fourteenth day of treatment or after a temporary reduction of dose prescription. In addition to skin reactions due to sensitization (redness, itching, allergy) in very rare cases can get serious skin reactions, fever, hair loss, allergic pneumonia or meningitis.
In rare cases may appear abnormal heart rhythms (slow heart rate), haematopoietic activity (pallor, increased fatigue, reduced resistance to infection, increased susceptibility to bleeding) or renal dysfunction (separation of blood or protein in the urine, and They need immediate medical attention.
EA reported rare cases of liver dysfunction (jaundice, abdominal pain), increase the lymph nodes, blood clots and clinical picture resembling lupus eritematodes (typical reddish skin patches along the nose and cheeks). At high doses may appear shaky or changes in blood pressure and heart rate. Upon the occurrence of any side effects not listed in this leaflet, please immediately consult your doctor.
Shelf life and storage conditions
Do not use this medicine after the expiry date stated on the packaging.