Instructions for use "Crestor»
«Crestor" is prescribed for primary hypercholesterolemia (high cholesterol in the blood), and mixed hypercholesterolemia in addition to diet, when the family homozygous hypercholesterolemia in case of failure of other treatment or in addition to,.Currently ongoing studies on the effect of the drug on the reduction of complications (such as coronary heart disease), which causes lipid disorders.The therapeutic effect is a week after the administration, the maximum effect is observed in the period 15 to 30 days after initiation of drug. In the case of existing liver function abnormalities during predisposition to myopathy drug should be taken at an initial dose of 5 milligrams a day.
«Crestor" need to drink one tablet (10 mg) once a day, regardless of meals.If necessary, a month can increase the do
contraindications, side effects, "CRESTOR»
«Crestor-20" is contraindicated while receiving cyclosporin, myopathy, liver disease in the active stage,
severe impaired renal function, hypothyroidism, intolerance and deficiency of lactose, susceptibility to the manifestation miotoksicheskihcomplications, hypersensitivity to the components."Crestor-40" is not prescribed for hypothyroidism, liver disease in the active stage, concomitantly with cyclosporine, fibrates, kidney failure, moderate, excessive use of alcohol, deficiency or lactose intolerance. «Crestor" be taken with caution while the use of other drugs.
wary appoint "Crestor 10 ', 20, 40 with sepsis, uncontrolled seizures, liver disease in the history of the disease, renal failure, excessive use of alcohol, hypotension, trauma or extensive surgery, in severe metabolic, endocrine, or electrolyte disturbances.
«Crestor" generally well tolerated, in rare cases may occur one or more side effects: headache, dizziness, thyroid dysfunction, pancreatitis, abdominal pain, nausea, constipation, itching, hives, rash, muscle pain, asthenic syndrome.In applying the "Crestor 10" violations of the musculoskeletal, urinary and central nervous system have been identified.