Description of the medicine: Didepil (Didepil)
Combination tablets containing procyclidine and phenobarbital.
Procyclidin (Procyclidin) -1-cyclohexyl-1-phenyl-3-pyrrolidinopropan-1-ol.
Synonyms: Apricolin, Kemadren, Kemadrin, Metanin, Osnervan, Procyclid.
It is a synthetic anticholinergic drug that affects central and peripheral cholinergic receptors. It has an antiparkinsonian effect. In combination with phenobarbital, it has sedative and general anticonvulsant activity.
It is used in connection with this both in parkinsonism and in epilepsy and other diseases accompanied by convulsive reactions (eclampsia, etc.).
Assign inside (after eating) to adults up to 6 tablets per day (in 3 divided doses), in severe cases - up to 8 tablets (2 tablets 4 times a day). Children under the age of 3 are given 1/2 tablet 2 to 3 times a day, from 3 to 8 years old - 2 to 2, 5 tablets per day (if necessary - up to 4 tablets), 8 - 14 years old - 3 - 4 (up to 6) tablets per day.
Possible side effects and contraindications are basically the same as for other anticholinergic drugs (see Cyclodolum).
Release form: tablets for adults, containing 0.025 g of phenobarbital and 0.01 g of procyclidine; tablets for children containing 0.02 g of phenobarbital and 0.006 g of procyclidine (in packs of 80 and 100 pieces).
Are made in Bulgaria.