Eglonil (Eglonil)

Name:Эглонил (Eglonil) Indications for use: – Psychoses; – sluggish schizophrenia; – psychosomatic diseases; – psychoaffective disorders; – migraine; – behavioral disorders in childhood. Pharmacological action: Eglonil is a product with a moderate antipsychotic effect, a slight antidepressant and stimulant effect. The antipsychotic effect of the product is achieved by selective blockade of dopamine receptors. A dose […]

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Egilok (Egilok)

Name:Egilok (Egilok) Indications for use: – arterial hypertension (increased blood pressure), including in patients over 60 years of age; – rhythm disturbances associated with an increase in heart rate (supraventricular arrhythmias, extrasystoles); – prevention of migraine attacks; – cardiac ischemia; – heart failure; – myocardial infarction. Pharmacological action: Cardioselective beta blocker without sympathomimetic and membrane

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EftoxLong 50 (Efoks long 50)

Name:Efoks long 50 (EftoxLong 50) Indications for use: Long-term treatment of coronary heart disease, prevention of angina attacks, treatment of post-infarction conditions with persistent angina pectoris, pulmonary hypertension (increased pressure in the vessels of the lungs), treatment of severe chronic heart failure in combination with cardiac glycosides or diuretics. Pharmacological action: Prolonged (long-acting) form of

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Ectericidum (Ectericide)

Name:Ectericide (Ectericidum) Indications for use: Wounds complicated by pyogenic flora, boils (inflammation of the hair follicle of the skin that has spread to surrounding tissues), carbuncles (acute diffuse purulent-necrotic inflammation of several adjacent sebaceous glands and hair follicles), burns, festering trophic ulcers (not healing for a long time skin damage) for sanitation (treatment) of carriers of

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Ecdistenum (Ekdisten)

Name:Ecdisten (Ecdistenum) Indications for use: As a tonic in asthenic and astheno-depressive conditions (weakness, depression) associated with a weakening of protein-synthesizing processes, with prolonged intoxication (poisoning), neurasthenia, neuroses, hypotension (low blood pressure), in athletes during intense training with dysfunctions of the cardiovascular system, especially with pronounced signs of overstrain of the myocardium (heart muscle) and

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