«Analgin»



as the active ingredient in this drug is used metamizole sodium, which prevents the passage of pain impulses to the brain."Analgin" also increases the body's heat and reduces the excitability of the centers of pain sensitivity in the human body.

«Analgin" has little anti-inflammatory effect.Thus, the drug has minimal impact on the activity of the gastrointestinal tract and maintains water and electrolyte balance.The drug has antipyretic effects.Tablets also have spasmolytic effect, which occurs in about 30 minutes after ingestion. as antipyretic "Analgin" shows greater efficacy than "aspirin", "ibuprofen" and "Paracetamol".

«Analgin" can be assigned in fevers, mild to moderate pain (neuralgia, arthralgia, intestinal colic, etc.)."A
nalgin" is widely used to relieve post-operative, headaches and toothaches until a safe means of anesthesia and analgesia.

To date, "Analgin" is a prohibited drug in most of the western countries because of the increased risk of agranulocytosis, which is 7% of cases can lead to death.

«Citramon»



Unlike "Analgin", "Citramon" is composed of aspirin, caffeine and paracetamol, what is the difference between these agents.Each of the substances included in the composition, has a different effect, by which the drug received its initial distribution.

Acetylsalicylic acid (aspirin) has antipyretic effect, that can be triggered by inflammation.Aspirin relieves pain, improves blood circulation and reduces blood clotting.Caffeine helps the brain by expanding blood vessels and improving blood flow, relieve pain and eliminate sleepiness.Caffeine also stimulates physical and mental activity.Paracetamol has antipyretic activity and is capable of acting as an analgesic. Despite its sufficient efficacy, "Citramon" has a large number of contraindications, ranging from hives, asthma or acute rhinitis and ending with increased excitability, and sleep disorders.

drug prescribed for pain syndromes of different severity, fever, acute respiratory infections and flu.Like "Analgin", "Citramon" is rarely used in Western countries because of its negative impact on the internal organs, especially the liver.