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Medication Description: Dipromonium

DIPROMONY (Dipromonium).

Diisopropylammonium dichloroacetate.

White crystalline powder bitter taste. Easily soluble in water and alcohol.

By chemical nature and biological activity, dipromonium has elements of similarity with pangamic acid. The drug has a lipotropic effect, improves liver ditoxidation function, stimulates oxidative processes, has a weak hypotensive and ganglioblokiruyuschey activity.

Dipromonium is used for chronic hepatitis and fatty liver, obliterating endarteritis and atherosclerosis of the brain vessels, chronic lung diseases, as well as to reduce adverse reactions associated with the use of anti-TB drugs.

Assign inwards in the form of tablets of 0.02 g (after eating) and intramuscularly.

Inside take 1 tablet 3 - 5 times a day. The course of treatment is 20 - 45 days. If necessary, repeat the treatment after an interval of 1 month.

Intramuscularly administered with obliterating endarteritis and other vascular diseases at 0.05 g once a day for 10 to 20 days; with chronic hepatitis and fatty liver - 0.05 - 0.1 g per day for 15 - 25 days; with adverse reactions in the case of the use of anti-tuberculosis drugs - 0.05 g for 30 days.

For intramuscular administration, immediately before use, the contents of the ampoule (0.05 g of lyophilized dipromonium) are dissolved in 2 ml of sterile water for injection.

When you take the drug inside possible nausea, vomiting; in these cases, reduce the dose or stop taking.

Method of production: tablets of 0.02 g (20 mg) in a package of 50 or 100 pieces in cans of orange glass; in ampoules containing 0.05 g dipromonium for injection (Dipromonium pro injectionibus 0.05) - white lyophilized dry porous mass of 5 ampoules complete with 5 ampoules of sterile water for injection.

Storage: tablets - in a dry, dark place; ampoules - in the place protected from light.