Description of medicine: Baralgin (Baralgin)
Synonyms: Berlon, Bral, Zologan, Maksigan, Minalgin, Minalgin, Nebalgan, Piafen, Spazvin, Spazgan, Spasmagan, Spasmalgin, Spasmalgon, Spazmogard, Trigan, Berlon, Bral, Maxigan, Minalgan, Spasgan, Spasmagan, apshasmament, Berlon, Bral, Maxigan, Minalgan, Spasgan, Spasmagan, apshasmament, Berlon, Bral, Maxigan, Minalgan, Spasgan, Spasmagan, aastasmama, Berlon, Bral, Maxigan, Minalgan, Spasgan, Spasmalgon, Spasmalgon Trigan et al.
Combined preparation containing 0.5 g of dipyrone in a single tablet, 0.005 g (5 mg) of pitofenone hydrochloride (holinoblokator) and 0.0001 g (0.1 mg) of fenpiverinium bromide (ganglioblokator); injection solution in ampoules (5 ml) includes 2.5 g of dipyrone and the remaining ingredients, 0.01 and 0.0001 g, respectively; rectal suppositories - 1; 0.01 and 0.0001
The drug has been widely used as an analgesic and antispastic agent, especially in renal, hepatic, intestinal colic, as well as in spastic dysmenorrhea, spasms of the coronary vessels and brain vessels.
It is usually taken orally in 1 (less frequently in 2) tablets 1 to 3 times a day.
In case of acute pains, they are administered intramuscularly or intravenously (very slowly!) In 5 ml (if necessary, repeat injections after 6-8 hours). After removal of acute pain, the drug is used in the form of rectal suppositories or tablets 2-4 times a day.
With the use of baralgin, allergic reactions, arterial hypotension, oligo- and anuria, pain at the injection site, with long-term use - granulocytopenia are possible.
Due to the fact that the drug contains 0.5 g of dipyrone per tablet, you should take appropriate precautions and take into account contraindications.
Baralgin is contraindicated in angle-closure glaucoma, prostatic hypertrophy, tachyarrhythmias, during pregnancy (in the first trimester and in the last 6 weeks).