Pomeran

Pomeran (Promeranum; list a) - mercury diuretic. Used in stagnant phenomena associated with circulatory failure, liver damage and lipid and amyloid-lipoid nephrosis with preserved renal function. Appoint inwards to 1 tablet after meals 3-4 times a day. After 4-5 days of the acceptance, make a break for 3-4 days. To enhance the effects of pomeran simultaneously appoint ammonium chloride. Signs of intoxication (diarrhea and other diarrhoeal disorders, a phenomenon irritation of the kidneys) requires the preparation. When treating primerana careful observation of the patient. Contraindications are the same as for Mercosul. Higher doses: single - 0.036 g (2 pills), daily - 0,144 g (8 tablets). The form of release: tablets on 0,0183,
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Pomeran (Promeranum: synonym: Chlormerodrin, Merparan, Percapyl; list A) - mercury diuretic effective when administered; C-chloro-mercury-2-methoxypropyl-urea. Use of pomeran at small and moderate congestive phenomena, developed in connection with cardiovascular failure, cirrhosis of the liver, lipid and amyloid-lipoid nephrosis saved with the functional ability of the kidneys. Usually appoint one tablet at 0,018 g 3-4 times a day after meals; in more severe cases, dose increase to 6-8 tablets per day. After every 4-5 days of reception of primerana recommended to make a break for 3-4 days. In some cases the appointment pastels can completely replace or reduce the number of injections Mercosul (see). Side effects in the treatment of P. are rare; the emergence of dyspeptic disorders, persistent headache, signs of irritation of the kidneys require drug discontinuation or interruption of treatment for them. Cm. also Diuretics.