Description of the medicine: Dimenhydrinate (Dimenhydrinatum)
DIMENHYDRINATE (Dimenhydrinatum) *. Benzhydrol (diphenhydramine) 8-chloroetophyllinate b-dimethylamino-ethyl ester.
Synonyms: Dedalon, Dedalon, Adrasine, Anausin, Anautin, Andramine, Antemin, Antivomit, Aviomarin, Chloranautine, Daldalon, Diphenhydramintheoclat, Dramamin, Dramyl, Emedyl, Marevit, Menhydrinate, Nauseal, Permital, Vermidrin, Teramid Vertidrin, Vertomin, Vertomin, Teramid
Available in tablets of 0.05 g (50 mg) in a package of 10 pieces.
Used for the prevention and relief of manifestations of sea and air sickness, with nausea and vomiting of various origins, with Meniere's disease, etc.
Assign inside (before meals), depending on the condition of the patient, 0.05 - 0.1 g (1 - 2 tablets) 4-6 times a day. For the prevention of air and sea sickness, 1 to 2 tablets are prescribed half an hour before boarding an airplane or ship.
Possible side effects: dry mouth, drowsiness, disturbance of accommodation. These phenomena are eliminated by reducing the dose. Storage: List B.