Askorutin user's manual
Ascorutin is a drug from the group of vitamins.
Active substances of the drug are ascorbic acid and rutin. As auxiliary substances, sucrose, potato starch, talc, calcium stearate are used.
Ascorutin is a combined drug that helps restore the deficiency of vitamins P and C.
Rutin in combination with vitamin C takes part in oxidation-reduction reactions, in the processes of carbohydrate metabolism, tissue regeneration and blood coagulability, increases the body's resistance. Ascorutin helps to provide antioxidant and antiaggregant effects, improves microcirculation.
The active components of the tablets contribute to strengthening the vascular wall, reducing its edema and inflammation, as well as reducing the fragility and permeability of capillaries.
Indications for admission
Indications for the use of Ascorutin is the therapy and prevention of the following conditions:
- Hypo-and avitominosis C and P.
- Defeat of capillaries, which are provoked by the effects of drugs from a group of indirect coagulants and salicylates.
Ascorutin is also used in the complex treatment of diseases accompanied by damage and impairment of vascular permeability:
- With hemorrhagic diathesis.
- Hemorrhage in the retina of the eye.
- Radiation sickness.
- Septic endocarditis.
- With allergic diseases.
- Cory, scarlet fever, typhoid.
- Thrombocytopenic purpura.
The drug is also used in the complex treatment of varicose veins, which is accompanied by the development of pain syndrome; With the development of superficial thrombophlebitis, trophic ulcers, with chronic venous insufficiency.
Use of Ascorutinum is not recommended in case of individual intolerance of active or auxiliary substances of a preparation.
Tablets with extreme caution apply in the case of the development of conditions accompanied by hypercoagulable blood, as well as with a tendency to thrombosis.
Dosing and Administration
Adults are recommended to take the drug 1 tablet several times a day for 14-21 days. The dosage and course of treatment can be changed according to the doctor's prescription, which takes into account the origin of the disease and the accompanying symptoms.
The use of Ascorutin can cause the development of allergic reactions (skin rash, itching), as well as side effects from the gastrointestinal tract: swelling, vomiting, nausea, abdominal pain.
In case of side effects, it is recommended to consult a doctor. You may need to adjust the dosage or change the medicine.
Interaction with other drug groups
Ascorbic acid can help increase the absorption of penicillin and iron in the stomach. With simultaneous use, there may be a decrease in the pharmacological effect of heparin and drugs from the group of indirect coagulants.
Analogues of Ascorutin
An analogue of Ascorutin is the drug Prophylactin C. If it is necessary to choose a replacement, it is recommended to consult a doctor beforehand.
Storage Ascorutin is recommended to be carried out in a dark place, protected from direct sunlight at a temperature of no more than 25 degrees.
Price for Ascorutin
The cost of Ascorutin for the period of August 2015 was as follows:
- Tablets 50 mg + 50 mg, 50 pcs. - 55-75 rubles.