Galantamine

Galantamine (Galanthaminum; list a) - antiholinesteraznah means; alkaloidallocated in the USSR from tubers Voronova snowdrop. Applied in infants, progressive muscular dystrophy, movement disorders, and disorders of sensitivity associated with neuritis, "when the residual phenomena after a breach of cerebral circulation, the reconstruction period polio, atony bowel and bladder. Appointed as hydrobromide (Galanthamini hydrobromidum) under the skin on 0,25-1 ml of 1% solution 1-2 times a day. Higher doses: single 0.01 g daily 0.02, Released in ampoules to 1 ml of 0.25, 0.5 and 1% solution. Cm. also Anticholinesterase agents.