Description of the medicine: Bromized (Bromisovalum)
N- (-Bromisovalerianyl) -urea.
Synonyms: Bromural, Abroval, Albroman, Alluval, Alural, Bromisoval, Bromodorm, Bromuralum, Bromuresan, Dormigene, Isobromyl, Isoneurin, Isoval, Leunerval, Sedural, Somnibrom, Somnurol, Valurea, etc.
White crystalline powder with a bitter taste, with a faint odor. Very slightly soluble in water (1: 450), soluble in alcohol (1:17).
It has a calming and moderate hypnotic effect. Well tolerated.
Assign inside as a sedative at 0.3 - 0.6 g 1-2 times a day, as sleeping pills - at 0.6 - 0.75 g per reception half an hour before bedtime.
Children are prescribed for insomnia, chorea, whooping cough at 0.03 - 0.1-0.25 g per reception (depending on age); with whooping cough sometimes with codeine.
Higher doses for adults inside: single 1 g, daily 2 g.
Method of release: powder; tablets of 0.3 g in a package of 10 pieces.
Storage: List B. In well-sealed jars of orange glass; tablets - in a dark place.
Bromized is an integral part of the combined anticonvulsant drugs gluferal, pagluferal; is part of the Sereisky mixture (see Phenobarbital).