Medication Description: Suprastin (Suprastin)
SUPRASTIN (Suprastin) *.
N-dimethylaminoethyl-N- (p-chlorobenzyl) -aminopyridine hydrochloride, or N- (2-pyridyl) -N- (p-chlorobenzyl) -N ', N'-dimethylethylenediamine.
Synonyms: Allergan S, Chlorneoantergan, Chloropyraminum, Chloropyramine, Chloropyribenzamine hydrochloride, Chlortripelenamine hydrochloride, Halopyramine, Sinopen, Synopen.
Chemical structure refers to ethylenediamine derivatives and is similar to some other anti-histamine drugs, including diprazine (in this compound one of the nitrogen atoms is included in the phenothiazine core).
It has antihistamine and peripheral anticholinergic activity.
Applied with allergic dermatoses (urticaria, eczema, pruritus, dermatitis), allergic rhinitis and conjunctivitis, hay fever, angioedema, drug allergies, in the initial stage of bronchial asthma. The drug has a sedative effect.
Assign adults inside during meals to 0.025 g (1 tablet) 2 to 3 times a day; if necessary, increase the daily dose of up to 6 tablets.
Depending on age, children are prescribed 1/4 - 1/3 - 1/2 tablets 2 3 times a day.
In severe and acute cases of allergic and anaphylactic phenomena, suprastin is administered intramuscularly or intravenously in a dose of 1 to 2 ml of a 2% solution.
Possible side effects: drowsiness, weakness, gastrointestinal disorders.
Precautions are the same as when using Dimedrol. Suprastinum should not be prescribed to patients with glaucoma, prostatic hypertrophy, gastric ulcer.
Method of production: tablets of 0.025 g (25 mg); 2% solution in ampoules of 1 ml (0.02 g).
Storage: List B.
Rp .: Tab. Suprastini 0.025 N. 20
DS 1 tablet 2 - 3 times a day
R p.: Sol. Suprastini 2% 1 ml
DtdN 5 in ampull.