Vermox tablets: instructions for use
Description and composition of the drug
Tablets "Vermox" instructions for use is defined as an anthelmintic drug with a broad spectrum of action. This drug is especially effective for the treatment of enterobiosis and trichocephalosis. The basis of the beneficial effect of Vermox tablets, the instructions for use of which are included, is inhibition of the synthesis of cell tubulin and adenosine triphosphate, impaired glucose utilization, and depletion of glycogen accumulating in the tissues of worms. Mebendazole is included as an active active ingredient, and sodium saccharinate, lactose monohydrate, colloidal silicon dioxide, talc, corn starch, magnesium stearate and sodium lauryl sulfate are included as auxiliary ingredients. The medicine "Vermox" is produced in the form of white flat-shaped tablets.
The list of indications for appointment
Apply this antihelminthic agent for the treatment of such diseases provoked by intestinal parasites, such as ascariasis, ankylostoma, enterobiosis, strongyloidosis, gnatostomiasis, capillariosis and trichocephalosis. In addition, the use of the drug "Vermox" recommends that the application for teniasis, trichinosis, strongyloidosis, echinococcosis, ankilostomidoze and alveococcosis.
Features of the drug
During therapy, adults and children are usually prescribed a single dose of one hundred milligrams of medication. After two and four weeks, Vermox is re-used at the same dose to prevent recurrence of the disease. In case of ascariasis, trichocephalosis and ankilostomidosis, one hundred milligram medication is prescribed to adult patients and children over one year old in the morning and evening. Take the drug should be within three days. With strongyloidiasis and teniasis, adults are prescribed two hundred milligrams of Vermox medication twice a day, children — one hundred milligrams each — twice a day. The treatment is carried out for three days.
Possible adverse reactions
Nausea, dizziness, vomiting, headache, skin rash, angioedema, urticaria, diarrhea, and dominal pains are among the most common adverse reactions caused by taking this drug. Allergic reactions of various kinds, leukopenia, eosinophilia, transaminases, hematuria, hypercreatininemia, cylindruria, and anemia can also occur as a result of prolonged use of Vermox tablets. Instructions for use and indicates the risk of disruption of the liver, hepatitis and neutropenia.