Spazgan: Application Instruction

Indications for the use of Spazgan

Due to the combined composition of components with both spasmodic and analgesic properties, Spazgan provides enhanced action. The formulation includes sodium metamisole, which has analgesic and antipyretic effects, as well as phenpiverinia bromide and pythophenone hydrochloride, relaxing smooth musculature.

Spazgan is prescribed for spasms of smooth bowel musculature, ureter and bladder, weak or moderate pain syndrome during monthly, weak or moderate pain syndrome in renal, gall, gastric colic. The drug is used for biliary tract dyskinesia, diseases of pelvic organs, chronic colitis. Sometimes it is prescribed for short-term treatment of arthralgia, myalgia, neuralgia.

Instructions for the use of Spazgan

Spazgan are prescribed individually depending on the age of the patient and the disease. Tablets of the drug are taken inside after meals, capping them with water. Recommended dose of the drug for adults and children aged 15 years 1-2 tablets 2-3 times a day. The highest daily dose is 6 tablets or 10 ml.

Children aged 13-15 years are given one tablet 2-3 times a day (maximum – 3 tablets per day). Children aged 6-12 years – 0,25-0,5 tablets 2-3 times a day (maximum – 2 tablets per day). Intravenously, Spazgan needs to be administered slowly, controlling respiratory rate and heart rate, blood pressure. The injection solution must have room temperature.

Spazgan is used as an accessory after surgery or diagnostic procedures to relieve pain syndrome.

Side effects and contraindications to the use of Spazgan

Spazgan can have the following side effects: on the part of organs blood and cardiovascular system – blood pressure reduction, heart rate disorder, agranulocytosis, thrombocytopenia, leukopenia. On the side of the urination system: impairment of renal function, staining urine red, oliguria, anuria, proteinuria.

From the side of the central nervous system, dizziness or headache may appear. Allergic reactions are possible. In overdose, kidney and liver disorders, nausea, vomiting, hyptonia, drowsiness, cramps can appear. In this case, gastric washing is carried out and activated charcoal is prescribed.

Spazgan is not recommended for liver and kidney failure, hypersensitivity to drug components, tachyarrhythmia, severe stenocradia, intestinal obstruction, prostate hyperplasia.

In pregnancy and during breastfeeding, Spazgan is contraindicated. With intravenous administration, Spazgan is forbidden to prescribe newborns up to 3 months. Spazgan in tablets is contraindicated to children under 5 years old.

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