Guide
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Take papaverine only on prescription and recommended by doses in smooth muscle spasm caused by cholecystitis, colitis, renal or biliary colic, as well as cerebral vasospasm, anginabronchospasm.
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your child may have to take papaverine six months of age at a dose of 2.5 mg at one time.Multiplicity of reception the doctor recommends.Do not exceed the maximum dose of 10 mg per daily intake.If your child is between three and five years, the doctor will prescribe 5 mg at a time.Do not exceed the maximum daily dose is 30 mg.If your child is between 5 and 6 years old, the prescribed dose can be increased to 10 mg single dose, ie 1 tablet of 10 mg.The maximum dose should not exceed
40 mg per day.A child of 7 years old can designate 1 to 2 tablets at a time.The maximum allowed daily dose should not exceed 80 mg.
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Young children given the drug in powdered form, dissolving it in one teaspoon of boiled water.
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If you make an appointment papaverine, follow your doctor's instructions as daily and a single dose for adult patients is determined by taking into account age, comorbidities, and indications for use of papaverine.Single dose for elderly patients with a bouquet of adverse comorbidities should not exceed 10 mg single dose and 40 mg per day.
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When using rectal suppositories enter 1-2 candles are not more than 2-3 times a day, that is the maximum daily dose should not exceed 60-80 mg, unless otherwise designated physician.
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If you are prescribed an intravenous, subcutaneous or intramuscular injection, the single dose will be from 10 to 20 mg, the interval between injections must be at least 4 hours.For elderly patients a single dose injection of 10 mg, the interval between injections to be equal to six hours.
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intravenous, intramuscular or subcutaneous injection appointed for children in exceptional cases, at the rate of 200-300 mg per 1 kg of child's weight at intervals of 4-6 hours.
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contraindications to the drug are: liver failure, atrioventricular block, glaucoma, hypersensitivity.Also, papaverine is not appointed for children under six months of age.