Description of the medicine: Pyritramide (Piritamidum)
PYRITRAMID (Piritamidum). 1- (3-Cyano-3, 3-diphenylpropyl) - [1, 4-bipiperidine] -4-carboxamide.
Synonyms: Dipidolor, Piridolan, Piritramid, Pyrium.
Fast acting strong narcotic analgesic.
It is used for pain of various origins, especially during surgical operations and in the postoperative period.
Applies pyritramide intramuscularly at a dose of 15 mg (2 ml of a 0.75% solution). If necessary, re-enter (after 2 to 3 hours) in a reduced dose.
There is evidence of the use of the drug in combination with other neurotropic drugs - tranquilizers, diprazine (pipolfen) and others for "balanced analgesia" (atralgesia), including during labor pain relief.
Possible side effects and complications when using pyritramide: nausea, vomiting, respiratory depression.
Contraindications are the same as when using other narcotic analgesics: general severe exhaustion, respiratory failure, senile age.
Release form: in 2 ml ampoules containing 15 mg of the drug, in a package of 5 ampoules.
Storage: List A. It is released with the same restrictions as morphine.