Indications "gliatilin" children
«Gliatilin" improves metabolism and the ability of tissues to plastic transformation (restoration of partially destroyed and the creation of new connections).The active ingredient of the drug - choline alfostserat.When injected into the blood, it breaks down into choline and glycerol phosphate, which are actively involved in the biochemical processes.
Choline is an additional source for the synthesis of acetylcholine in the body.Acetylcholine is a neurotransmitter, by neural impulses which are transmitted from cell to cell to the tissues of the brain.Glycerophosphate is the starting material for the synthesis of phospholipids, without which the existence of the membranes of nerve cells is impossible.
Head injuries in children are common, they can affect the entire subsequent period of devel
After the trauma in the rehabilitation period, the main means of helping to restore brain function (memory, thinking, imagination)."Gliatilin" is also prescribed to children with attention deficit disorder, hyperactivity, autistic children.The drug helps to correct emotional and personality changes and behavioral sphere.
How to apply "Gliatilin" children
«Gliatilin" shall appoint a neurologist.As a rule, children from 2 years give 1 capsule medication twice a day for 2 months.Young children (under 2 years), the drug most often prescribed in the form of injections.The required dose and treatment the doctor determined individually depending on indications.If the child is in a coma, he was doing intramuscular injections.After he regained consciousness, treatment "gliatilin" continue, however, instead of injections administered capsule formulation.
«Gliatilin" is contraindicated in case of hypersensitivity to the components of the body of the child means.The drug may exhibit the following side effects: allergic reactions (rash, itching, swelling), nausea.When nausea is recommended to reduce the dose of funds.For parenteral administration of the drug allergy can be severe, until the development of anaphylactic shock.