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Troxevasin Neo gel 40gr

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Troxevasin Neo user manualYou can buy Troxevasin Neo gel on this pageSee also - Troxevasin capsulesCompositionIn the composition of 1 gram of Troxevasin Neo gel contains 20 mg of troxerutin, 1.7 mg of heparin sodium, 50 mg of dexp..

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Troxevasin Neo user manual

You can buy Troxevasin Neo gel on this page

See also - Troxevasin capsules

Composition

In the composition of 1 gram of Troxevasin Neo gel contains 20 mg of troxerutin, 1.7 mg of heparin sodium, 50 mg of dexpanthenol.
Additional substances: trolamine, propylene glycol, carbomer, propyl parahydroxybenzoate, methyl parahydroxybenzoate, water.

Form of issue

Yellowish transparent gel.
    40 grams of gel in an aluminum tube - 1 tube in a pack of cardboard.
    40 or 100 grams of gel in a plastic tube - 1 tube in a pack of cardboard.

pharmachologic effect

Local antithrombotic, venotonic, angioprotective and regenerative action.

Pharmacodynamics and pharmacokinetics

Pharmacodynamics

Polycomponent preparation for topical application.
Troxerutin is an angioprotective agent. Demonstrates P-vitamin activity: it has a venoprotective, venotonic, anti-inflammatory, anti-edematous, antioxidant and anticoagulant action. Reduces permeability and fragility of small vessels, strengthens their tone. Increases the density of the vessel wall. Promotes the normalization of perfusion and tissue trophism, it stops stagnant processes.
Heparin refers to anticoagulants of a direct type, a natural anti-coagulant factor. It inhibits thrombus formation, stimulates fibrinolytic indices of blood, improves local blood flow. Has anti-inflammatory effect, improves the repair of connective tissue due to inhibition of hyaluronidase.
Dexpanthenol in skin cells is transformed into pantothenic acid, which is an integral part of coenzyme A, which regulates in the processes of oxidation and acetylation. Improving metabolism, dexpanthenol promotes the restoration of tissues that are damaged; stimulates the absorption of heparin.

Pharmacokinetics

With local application, all of the above active ingredients are actively absorbed by the skin.
Troxerutin after half an hour is found in the dermis, and after 3-5 hours - in the subcutaneous fatty tissue. In the systemic circulation Troxerutin almost does not penetrate.
Heparin usually accumulates in the surface layers and reacts actively with the skin proteins. With topical application, only a small amount of heparin penetrates into the bloodstream without causing a systemic effect without altering the coagulation index. Through the placental barrier does not penetrate.
Dexpanthenol actively penetrates into skin cells and is transformed into pantothenic acid, reacts with plasma proteins (beta-globulin and albumin). In turn, pantothenic acid in the body is not metabolized and is eliminated in its original form.

Indications for use

    Thrombophlebitis.
    Varicose disease.
    Periphlebitis.
    Venous insufficiency of a chronic type with concomitant pain in the legs, swelling, a feeling of heaviness and fatigue of the legs, cramps, vascular asterisks, paresthesia.
    Varicose dermatitis.
    Edema and pain of post-traumatic nature (with sprains, bruises, injuries).

Contraindications

    Open infected wounds or wounds with severe exudation in the area of ‚Äč‚Äčapplication.
    Hypersensitivity to the components of the drug.
    Age to 18 years.

Side effects

Allergic reactions: rash, itching.


Instructions for Use Troxevasin Neo (Method and Dosage)

Troxevasin Neo is used exclusively externally. A thin layer of the drug is applied to the desired area up to twice a day (morning and evening), distributing it evenly over the skin with rubbing movements until it is completely absorbed. If necessary, the gel is allowed to be applied under elastic stockings and bandages.
The effect of the drug treatment is mainly dependent on its regular use for a long time. The course of therapy is usually 2-3 weeks. The need for a longer treatment is determined by the doctor.
It is recommended to conduct additional courses of therapy up to 3 times a year.

Overdose

It is unlikely because of the insignificant systemic absorption of the active components of the gel.

Interaction

Interactions of the drug Troxevasin Neo with other medications have not been identified.

Terms of sale

You don't need a prescription to buy Troxevasin Neo.

Storage conditions

Store at room temperature. Keep away from children.
Shelf life - two years.

special instructions

It is necessary to avoid getting medication on mucous membranes, in the eyes and on open wounds.
Troxevasin Neo can not be used in ophthalmology, and also introduce intravaginal or rectal.
When taking the drug, there was no adverse effect on the ability to drive vehicles.

Children

The drug is not intended for the treatment of children.

In pregnancy and lactation

The preparation can be used in the specified periods without restrictions.

Reviews of Troxevasin Neo

Reviews of the gel indicate a high effectiveness of the drug when used according to the above indications. The occurrence of side effects is extremely rare.

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