Cost of Zyloprim
Zyloprim is a white or cream coloured cryptocrystalline white powder, practically insoluble in water and alcohol. After the studies there is information about Zyloprim effectiveness in complex therapy of children with epilepsy. Believed, that the effect is due to the drug inhibiting influence on tryptophan pyrrolase and the biosynthesis of serotonin increasing. Zyloprim is used in addition to antiepileptic drugs, in the dose of 4 to 5 mg/kg 2 times a day, 10-day courses with a break of 1,5-2 months.
Zyloprim is used for the treatment and prophylaxis of diseases accompanied by hyperuricemia, i.e. a high content of uric acid in the blood.
Zyloprim is taken inside after eating. A dose set depending on the content of uric acid in the blood. The minimum therapeutic dose is 0.1 grams per day, maximum is 0,8 grams, At a moderate hyperuricemy the drug is taken 0.2 - 0.4 g / day in 2 - 3 weeks, then move on to supportive dose of 0.2 - 0.3 g / day (2 - 3 admission).
Zyloprim is prescribed in severe gout, with significant urate accumulation in the tissues and high hyperuricemy is prescribed 0.6 - 0.8 g fractional, not more than 0.2 g per reception, for 2 - 4 weeks, then move on to supporting dose of 0.1 - 0.3 g / day, which provide for several months.
In the Zyloprim discontinuation iricosuria and uricosuria return on the 3 - 4th day to the original level, so the treatment should be extended. Gaps in Zyloprim taking more than 2 - 3 days are undesirable.
The drug is prescribed to prevent hyperuricemy in radiation therapy and chemotherapy of tumors average of 0.4 g / day; the medication is taken for 2 - 3 days prior to the treatment starting or simultaneously, and continued for several days after a specific therapy.
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