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Xymedon - instructions for use, analogs, reviews and release forms (tablets of 250 mg) medicament for the treatment of thermal and chemical burns, wounds and trophic ulcers in adults, children and in pregnancy. Composition

Xymedon - instructions for use, analogs, reviews and release forms (tablets of 250 mg) medicament for the treatment of thermal and chemical burns, wounds and trophic ulcers in adults, children and in pregnancy. Composition

In this article, you can read the instructions for using the drug Xymedon. There are reviews of visitors to the site - consumers of this medication, as well as opinions of doctors specialists on the use of Ximedon in their practice. A big request is to actively add their feedback on the drug: the medicine helped or did not help get rid of the disease, which were observed complications and side effects, possibly not declared by the manufacturer in the annotation. Analogues of Xymedon in the presence of existing structural analogues. Use for the treatment of thermal and chemical burns, wounds and trophic ulcers in adults, children, as well as during pregnancy and lactation. Composition of the preparation.

 

Xymedon - a drug that accelerates the processes of tissue regeneration and shortens the healing time of the burn surface. Improves the engraftment of skin grafts with autodermoplasty. Promotes the normalization of the relationship between the content of fibrinogen in the blood and its fibrinolytic activity, improves regional blood circulation. Normalizes the immune system, increases the phagocytic activity of T-lymphocytes and nonspecific resistance of the body.

 

Composition

 

Hydroxyethyl dimethyldihydropyrimidine + auxiliary substances.

 

Pharmacokinetics

 

With oral administration of Ximedon, it is rapidly absorbed during 0.5-1 hours. As a result of a low percentage of binding to serum albumin (9%) and lack of biotransformation in the body, the drug does not have a competitive effect with other medications.

 

Indications

  • deep and superficial thermal and chemical burns (preparation of patients for autodermoplasty);
  • infected wounds, including post-traumatic wound infection;
  • trophic ulcers, including with varicose veins of the lower extremities.

 

Forms of release

 

Tablets 250 mg.

 

Instructions for use and dosing regimen

 

Xymedon is taken orally, before meals, 0.5 g (2 tablets) 3-4 times a day. The course of treatment is from 1 to 5 weeks.

 

Side effect

  • dyspepsia;
  • allergic reactions.

 

Contraindications

  • leukemia (acute and chronic);
  • erythremia (increase in the number of erythrocytes in the blood);
  • hypersensitivity to the components of the drug.

 

Application in pregnancy and lactation

 

In the presence of indications due to low toxicity and a wide breadth of therapeutic effect, the use of Xymedon during pregnancy and lactation is permitted.

 

Use in children

 

In the presence of indications Xymedon is used in childhood with the observance of the dosing regimen.

 

Application in elderly patients

 

Older patients do not need a dose reduction.

 

special instructions

 

Xymedon does not irritate the skin and mucous membranes of the eyes, it does not have a skin-resorptive and sensitizing effects.

 

Drug Interactions

 

The incompatibility of Xymedon with any medications has not been identified.

 

Analogues of the drug Xymedon

 

Xymedon does not have structural analogs for the active substance.

 

Analogues of the drug Xymedon on the pharmacological group (regenerants and reparants):

  • 1,3-Diethylbenzimidazolium triiodide;
  • 2-Allyloxyethanol;
  • Adelon;
  • Actovegin;
  • Aloe extract is liquid;
  • Alginatol;
  • Amprovisol;
  • Apilak;
  • Aurobin;
  • Balarpan;
  • Bezornil;
  • Bepanten;
  • Betacarotene;
  • Betamecil;
  • Biartrin;
  • Bioral;
  • Vinylin;
  • Vitanorm;
  • Gebreolone;
  • Gepalpan;
  • Hepatrombin;
  • Hyposol;
  • Humisol;
  • D Panthenol;
  • Dalargin;
  • Deoxynate;
  • Dexpanthenol;
  • Depanthol;
  • Immeran;
  • Intragel;
  • Inflamystin;
  • Cambiogenplasmid;
  • Kombutec;
  • Kontraktubeks;
  • Korneregel;
  • Curious;
  • Liniment balsamic (according to Vishnevsky);
  • Methyluracil;
  • Meturacol;
  • Sodium deoxyribonucleate;
  • Sea buckthorn oil;
  • Okovidit;
  • Olesesin;
  • Paylex;
  • Panagen;
  • Panthenol;
  • Pantoderm;
  • Pentoxyl;
  • Piolizin;
  • Polyvinox;
  • Simpletons;
  • Relief Ultra;
  • Reparff;
  • Retinalamine;
  • Rumalon;
  • Sinoarth;
  • Solcoseryl;
  • Stellanin;
  • Stisamet;
  • Strix;
  • Superlimph;
  • Tyqveol;
  • Ulzep;
  • Fitostimulin;
  • Fusimet;
  • Rosehip oil;
  • Ebermin;
  • Eberprot P;
  • Eplan;
  • The index;
  • Etaden.

 

Surgeon's doctor's opinion

 

It is always difficult to combat trophic ulcers with varicose veins of the lower extremities.Almost all patients, in addition to local treatment with external agents, I prescribe Ximedon tablets. The drug has proved itself over many years: healing of ulcers occurs much faster. And, importantly, patients of different ages always tolerate it well. During all my work, none of them had any adverse reactions to this drug, even with prolonged use.

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