PYRANTELUM (Pyrantel). 1, 4, 5, 6-Tetragidro-1-metil-2-[trans-2-(the 2nd thienyl) - vinyl] - a pyrimidine.
Synonyms: Kombantrinum, Nemotsid, Aguipiran, Bifantrel, Cobantril, Combantrin, Helmex, Medintel, Nemocid, Pamex, Pamintel, Pamotrin, Pelmintrel, Pyrantel embonate, Strongid P, Trilombrin, etc.
Is issued in the form of the pamoat (3-oxy-2-naftoata) or the embonat.
The domestic name of the embonat of a pirantel - embovin.
It is effective in an enterobiosis, an ascaridosis, an ankilostomidoza, a necatoriasis and to a lesser extent at a trichuriasis.
Due to high efficiency and hypotoxicity it is widely applied at treatment of an enterobiosis at children.
Take the drug inside (without intake of laxative) once a day (after breakfast) in the form of tablets or syrup. Tablets before ingestion should be chewed carefully.
In an enterobiosis and an ascaridosis appoint once at the rate of 10 mg/kg; in a necatoriasis and a combination of a necatoriasis to an ascaridosis - on 10 mg/kg within 3 days or on 20 mg/kg within 2 days.
Drug is usually well transferred; nausea, vomiting, a diarrhea, a headache, dizziness are in some cases possible.
Drug is contraindicated at pregnancy.
Packagings: tablets on 0, 25 g in packing on 3 pieces; the suspension containing on 50 mg of drug in 1 ml, in bottles 15 ml.
Storage: list B.