Description of the medicine: Tilidium (Tilidium)
DL-trans-2-dimethylamino-1-phenyl-3-cyclohexene-1-carboxylic acid ethyl ester.
Synonyms: Valoron, Centrac, Kitadol, Perdolat, Tilidate, Tilifort, Volaren.
Available in the form of hydrochloride.
Has elements of structural similarity with promedol and tramadol. It has a strong analgesic effect.
Apply inside in the form of drops or capsules, as well as in the form of suppositories and solutions for injection. When taken orally, it gives a quick analgesic effect.
It is prescribed for pain associated with injuries, surgical interventions, burns, tumors, myocardial infarction, etc.
Inside, adults are prescribed 20 drops (0.05 g) or 1 capsule 4 times a day. Capsules can be chewed (to accelerate the onset of the effect). Children are given 1 drop per 1 year of life 3-4 times a day (not more than 10 drops for children under 14 years of age). Rectally administered 1 suppository 4 times a day (adults).
0.05 - 0.1 g of valorone (1 - 2 ml of 5% solution) is administered 1 to 2 times a day (adults) under the skin.
Method of release: in bottles of 10 ml of a solution containing 25 drops of valorone in 10 drops; candles containing 50 mg of the drug (10 pieces each); 5% solution in ampoules of 1 and 2 ml (0.05 and 0.1 g) in a package of 5 and 50 ampoules.
Storage: List A.