Ftalazol

Ftalazol (Phthalazolum; synonym Phthalylsulfathiazolum;list B) - sulfa drug active against intestinal flora.
Entering into the bulk of the drug is retained in the stomach; here is the removal and accumulation of the active part of the molecule of rice, a high concentration of the drug, which leads to its high efficiency in intestinal infections. Treatment rates for 5 to 6 days. In the first two days of the preparation is administered every 4 hours 1 g (daily dose of 5-6 g), in the following days, 1 g every 6-8 hours (daily dose of 3-4 g). The course of treatment is required 18-25 grams of the drug.
Higher doses of appointment: single - 2 g daily - 7, method of production: powder and tablets to 0.5 g Cm. also Sulfa drugs.