Tablets - 5 mg

Solution for injection - ( 0.1%) 1 mg/1 ml

Adrenaline is an endogenous substance that is produced in the adrenal medulla and has important physiological effects. It is a potent agonist at both alpha and beta adrenoceptors, although the effect on beta adrenoceptors is more marked, particularly at lower doses.

 The major effects of adrenaline are dose-related and include:

dilatation of the bronchi, narrowing of blood vessels, increased heart rate and contractility (positive chronotropic and inotropic effect) and stimulation at central level. Adrenaline is a histamine antagonist. It is used for the treatment of life emergencies.

Adrenaline is used in acute allergic reactions and anaphylactic shock.

It is also used in advanced cardiac life support.

Oral drops solution – (10.000 UI + 10.000 UI) / ml

Rectal solution - 5 mg/2.5 ml

Film-coated tablets - 10 mg

Film coated tablets - 180 mg

Film coated tablets - 180 mg

 

Film coated tablets - 120 mg

 

Film coated tablets - 120 mg

Ear dops, solution - 25 mg/ml

Alkool borik contains the active substance boric acid. Boric acid possesses weak bacteriostatic and fungistatic properties. Its alcoholic solution (in diluted alcohol) has analgesic effect in otalgia (earache). Boric acid penetrates with difficulty into undamaged skin.

Alkool borik ear drops solution is used as shown below:

Analgesic and antiseptic in otalgia.

Tablets – 100 mg

Alopurin is a medicine which inhibits the formation of uric acid (uricostatic).

Alopurin is indicated:

Adults

  • in cases where blood uric acid values are 500 µmol/l (8.5mg/100 ml) and above, provided it is dietary unmanageable, or in clinical complications with hyperuricemic conditions, especially manifested gout, renal damage caused by uric acid (urate nephropathy),treatment and prevention of uric acid stones, and to prevent the formation of calcium oxalate stones in concomitant hyperuricemia;
  • in raised blood uric acid levels and increased excretion of uric acid in urine, e.g. in strong cell decay, radiation or chemotherapy (secondary hyperuricemia).

Tablets - 300mg

Alopurin is a medicine which inhibits the formation of uric acid (uricostatic).

Alopurin is indicated:

Adults

  • in cases where blood uric acid values are 500 µmol/l (8.5mg/100 ml) and above, provided it is dietary unmanageable, or in clinical complications with hyperuricemic conditions, especially manifested gout, renal damage caused by uric acid (uratenephropathy),treatment and prevention of uric acid stones, and to prevent the formation of calcium oxalate stones in concomitant hyperuricemia;
  • in raised blood uric acid levels and increased excretion of uric acid in urine, e.g. in strong cell decay, radiation or chemotherapy (secondary hyperuricemia).

Film coated tablets - 10 mg

Tablets - 500 mg

Tablets - 0.25 mg

Tablets - 0.5 mg

Tablets - 100 mg

Tablets - 200 mg

Film coated tablets - 25 mg

Sugar coated tablets - 25 mg

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Film coated tablets - 180 mg

 

Tablets - 0.5 mg

Tablets - 25 mg

Rectal solution - 5 mg/2.5 ml

Solution - 10 %