Medication Description: Sulfamonomethoxin (Sulfamonomethoxinum)
SULFAMONOMOTOKSIN (Sulfamonomethoxinum). 4 - (para-aminobenzene sulfamido) - 6 - methoxypyrimidine, or 4-sulfamido - 6 - methoxypyrimidine.
Synonyms: Daimeton, Duphadin, Sulfamonomethoxine.
White or white with a cream tinge crystalline powder. Very little soluble in water, a little - in alcohol, it is easy - in diluted hydrochloric acid.
Belongs to the group of long-acting sulfa drugs. Rapidly absorbed; penetrates the blood-brain barrier. Relatively low toxic.
According to the spectrum of antibacterial action and indications for use is close to sulfapyridazin.
Assign inside tablets. The daily dose is given in one step.
For adults with milder forms of the disease and for the prevention of infections, 1 g is prescribed on day 1, and 0.5 g on subsequent days. In severe cases, 2 g is prescribed on day 1, and 1 g on subsequent days. per day. Duration of treatment is 7 to 14 days. With good tolerability and evidence, you can take the drug for a month.
Children are prescribed 25 mg / kg on the 1st day and 12, 5 mg / kg on the following days.
Possible side effects are the same as in the treatment of other sulfa drugs.
The drug is contraindicated in the presence of a history of evidence of pronounced toxic-allergic reactions to sulfonamides.
Method of production: powder, tablets of 0.5 g in a package of 15 pieces.
Storage: List B. In the dark spot.
Sulfamonomethoxin is included in the preparation of sulfatone (see).