Apressin

Apressin (Apressinum; list B) - hypotensive means. Used in hypertension and eclampsia in gradually increasing doses of 0.01 to 0.05 g per reception 3-4 times a day after meals. Higher doses: single 0.1 g daily 0.3 g Possible complications: nausea, vomiting, edema, headache, tachycardia, pain in the heart, erythematous rash, orthostatic collapse. If these effects are persistent and pronounced, apressina dose should be reduced. Contraindications: cardiac failure, chronic kidney disease, and sclerotic changes of vessels of a brain and heart. Method of production: powder and pills to 0.01g, 0.025 and 0.05 g Cm. also antihypertensives.

Apressin (Apressinum; synonym Hydralazini hydrochloridum; list B) - hypotensive means; hydrochloride 1-hydrazinophthalazine. Causes of persistent blood pressure lowering effect on the Central nervous system; may moderate sympatholytic and adrenolytic action). Used to treat hypertension and eclampsia. Assign inside, beginning with the 10 mg 2-4 times a day; dose can be gradually increased to 200 mg (3 to 4 admission).
Possible complications: nausea, vomiting, edema, headache, pain in the heart, erythematous rash, orthostatic collapse. Contraindications: cardiac failure, chronic kidney disease, and sclerotic changes of vessels of the brain. Method of production: powder and pills to 0.01g, 0.025 and 0.05 g Cm. also antihypertensives.