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Composition, farmakologicheskie action and instructions for use 5-NOC cystitis

Medication 5 NOC instructions for use when cystitis has to be carefully considered each particular patient, since the drug is aimed at the destruction of the causative agent of the disease due to the presence in its composition of active substances of the hydroxyquinoline group.

The value of drugs in urology is in the breadth of its therapeutic effects on the body of the patient.

Composition and pharmacological action

Cystitis cure main active ingredient 5 NOK - nitroksolin. It is a potent inhibitor of DNA of the microorganisms that caused the disease.

The active ingredient of the drug helps to create an important compound that ensures the work of the nucleic acids in the cell. In a medical drug is also important in its ability to regulate protein synthesis in microbial cells.

Not to mention the bactericidal properties of nitroxoline, allowing you to destroy many strains of pathogenic microbes belonging to gram-positive and gram-negative anaerobes. Medication 5 NOC cystitis contributes to the elimination of the infection in the urinary tract, prevents rapid bacterial growth.

Цистоскопия для диагностики цистита

A specific reaction may occur with repeated drug administration. Contraindications to the appointment of a drug is the presence in the patient's history of diseases such as:

  • cataract;
  • bronchial asthma;
  • pregnancy;
  • children up to age 3 years.

In the case of the patient with acute renal failure receiving nitroxoline should cease immediately.

Prolonged treatment with oxichinolina necessary to monitor the patient's condition and to implement all recommendations of the attending physician.

Hepatitis B a physician can prescribe medication if liver disease is in remission. In pregnant women with cystitis 5 of the NOC is not used, because the drug has a negative effect on the development of the unborn child.

Side effects and adverse reactions

Side effects of 5 NOK occur with prolonged use of the drug, there is an acute inflammation of the oculomotor nerve. Some patients have marked dyspeptic symptoms - vomiting, nausea, heaviness in the epigastric region, loss of appetite. Often develop allergic dermatitis.

The clinical picture of lesions of the nervous system pronounced with prolonged use of nitroxoline. Observed destructive changes accompanied by the development of cerebral symptoms:

  • headaches;
  • fatigue;
  • weakness.

With the appearance of severe adverse reactions in the patient, there is often a heartbeat. Mainadverse symptom of gastro-intestinal tract is profuse diarrhea accompanied by progressive weight loss and intoxication.

The liver is the final severe side effects after the use of nitroxoline in individual patients.

Dosing regimens

Patients with cystitis should eat five knock on doctor's orders by taking a pill shortly before eating. To provide the necessary treatment the usual dose of the drug is determined by the doctor, given the survey data the patient.

In some cases, the urologist may increase the amount of the drug. The patient suffering from decompensated chronic renal failure, the therapist performs a correction treatment with nitroxoline, reducing the daily dose into several times.

With the appearance of edema, protein in the urine, decrease in daily urine output, the physician cancels the medication.

It should be remembered that patients with cystitis it is necessary to increase the daily fluid intake to enhance excretion of pathogens in urine.

There are certain advantages and disadvantages in the treatment of urinary tract infections recommended tablets. 5 knock the instructions for use in cystitis should be maintained throughout the course of therapy.

Additional sources:

  • Drannik G. N. Clinical immunology and Allergology. - Odessa: "Astropia", 1989;
  • Fedukovich, N. And. Pharmacology for nursing schools and colleges. - Rostov-on-don: Feniks, 2004.