Acebutolol (Acebutolol)

Name:Acebutolol Indications for use: Angina pectoris. Hypertension (persistent increase in blood pressure). Pharmacological action: A cardioselective beta-blocker (selectively blocking beta! adrenoreceptors of the heart), which has its own sympathomimetic (prevents slowdown in heart rate, which develops as a result of blockade of beta! adrenoreceptors of the heart) and membrane stabilizing (normalizes the physiological state of the […]

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Acebutolol (Acebutolol)

Indications for use: Angina pectoris in case of combination with arterial hypertension (persistent rise in blood pressure); hypertension (persistent rise in blood pressure); arrhythmias (heart rhythm disturbances): atrial tachycardia, paroxysms of supraventricular reciprocal tachycardia, including an atrioventricular node in the chain; tachycardia involving abnormal pathways, flutter and atrial fibrillation (to slow the ventricular rate), ventricular extrasystole. Pharmachologic effect:

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ame:Accupro (Accupro) Indications for use: Hypertension (persistent increase in blood pressure), heart failure. Pharmacological action: Hypotensive (lowering blood pressure) product. Inhibits (suppresses) the activity of angiotensin-converting enzyme, with the participation of which angiotensin I is converted into angiotensin II, which is the most active endogenous (formed in the body) pressor (increasing blood pressure) compound. By inhibiting the

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Name: ACC (ACC) Name:ACC (ACC) Indications for use: ACC is prescribed in all cases of diseases with accumulation of thick viscous sputum in the bronchial tree and upper respiratory tract, namely: • Acute and chronic bronchitis, including obstructive; • Bronchiolitis; • Tracheitis; • Bronchial asthma; • Bronchiectasis; • Cystic fibrosis; • Laryngitis; • Sinusitis; • Average

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Abominum (Abomin)

Name:Abomin (Abominum) Indications for use: Diseases of the gastrointestinal tract, accompanied by a violation of the digestive capacity and a decrease in the acidity of gastric juice: gastritis (inflammation of the gastric mucosa), gastroenteritis (inflammation of the mucous membranes of the stomach and small intestine), enterocolitis (combined inflammation of the small and large intestine), etc.

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