Diacarb

Diacarb (Diacarbum; synonym: Fonurit, Diamox and others) is a diuretic. Inhibiting the activity of the enzyme carbonic anhydrase, diacarb increases the excretion of Na and NC; however, significantly increases the excretion of water. Diacarb reduces the alkaline reserve of blood; can develop disorders. After stopping diakarba alkaline reserve in 1-2 days back to the original. Diacarb combine well with mercury diuretics. Apply diakarb orally 1 time a day for 0.25 g within 2-4 days with an interval of 1-2 days swelling as a result of heart disease, principally, cirrhosis of the liver, glaucoma, epilepsy. Contraindications to the propensity to acidosis, increased secretion of sodium and potassium ions, acute inflammatory diseases of the liver and kidneys, Addison disease. The form of release - tablets 0.25 g Cm. also Diuretics, anti-Convulsants.