structure and pharmacological action "Papazol»

One pill "Papazol" contains 0.03 g bendazol and papaverine and the following auxiliary components: stearic acid, potato starch and talc.

Part of the preparation bendazol eliminates spasms, lowers blood pressure, dilates blood vessels, stimulates the function of the spinal cord, as well as a moderate stimulating effect on the immune system.The second active drug component - papaverine, also has a spasmolytic effect and hypotensive.

Indications, contraindications and side effects, "Papazol»

As indicated in the instructions, "Papazol" can be used in the treatment of the following diseases and conditions:
- labile forms of hypertension;
- cramps internal organs, r
esulting in gastric ulcer and duodenal ulcers, intestinal colic, spastic colitis, cholecystitis and other diseases;
- cramps cerebrovascular and peripheral arteries;
- residual effects of poliomyelitis;
- peripheral facial paralysis.

«Papazol" not appointed in case of hypersensitivity to the components in children under 1 year, and if the patient has kidney or liver failure, as well as bronchial obstruction or epilepsy syndrome.In addition, the drug is not used in respiratory depression and atrioventricular conduction disorders of the heart.During pregnancy and breast-feeding "Papazol" used with caution.

Side Effects "Papazol" may manifest as dizziness, nausea, constipation, arrhythmia, decrease myocardial contractility and atrioventricular block.Also, when using the drug may experience excessive sweating, and allergic reactions.When using high doses of "Papazol" may develop mild sedation.

How to apply "Papazol»

Recommended dosage instructions "Papazol" for adult patients is 1 or 2 tablets 2-3 times a day.The duration of treatment is determined individually, and the average can vary within 2-4 weeks.The dosage of the drugs used in the treatment of children, the doctor is set individually.

When using "Papazol" should be aware that the simultaneous use of the drug to sedatives, antispasmodics, tricyclic antidepressants, diuretics, quinidine and reserpine may lead to increased hypotensive effect, that is, an excessive decrease in blood pressure.