Ammonium chloride

Ammonium chloride (Ammonium chloratum; synonym ammonia) is a diuretic and an expectorant. Slimming alkaline reserve, causes acidosis, in the compensation process which is sodium with the appropriate amount of water. Applied courses for 5-6 days oedema resulting from heart disease, often to enhance the effects of Mercosul inside the capsules 1 to 2 g 5 times a day; as an expectorant - 0.2-0.5 g 3-5 times a day. Cm. also Diuretics, Expectorants.

Ammonium chloride (Ammonium cliloratum; synonym: ammonium chloride, ammonium chloride; formula NH4Cl). Ammonium chloride has diuretic and expectorant action. Apply for edema of cardiac origin in the form of 2.5-5% aqueous solution or powder (capsules or pills) several times a day (daily dose of 8-12 g) for 5-6 days. As an expectorant for 0.2 - 0.5 g 3-5 times a day. Admission A. Kh. possible dyspepsia. A. Kh. is contraindicated in acute kidney damage due possibilities there was disorders. The form of powder. Cm. also Diuretics. Expectorants.