Table of contents:
- pharmachologic effect
- Release form Lespefril
- Indications for the use of Lespefril
- Method of using Lespefril
- Side effects
- Drug interactions
- Storage conditions Lespefril
- Lespefril: prices in online pharmacies
Video: The Drug Lespefril - Instructions For Use, Reviews
Instructions for use:
- 1. Pharmacological action
- 2. Release form
- 3. Indications for use
- 4. Contraindications
- 5. Method of application
- 6. Side effects
- 7. Drug interactions
- 8. Storage conditions
Prices in online pharmacies:
from 158 rub.
Lespefril is a herbal medicine used in the treatment of chronic renal failure.
The therapeutic effect of the drug Lespefril is due to the biologically active substances of the shoots of Lespedetsa bicolor, which are a unique natural corrector for all types of body metabolism at the cellular level, and also help cleanse the body of toxins.
In addition to flavonoids (quercetin, kaempferol, lespedin, eriodictiol, isoquercitrin), plant shoots contain vitamin C, saponins, an alkaloid, tannins and many vital trace elements (potassium, zinc, manganese, aluminum, selenium, boron).
In addition to the treatment of inflammatory kidney diseases, which are accompanied by chronic renal failure, the shoots of Lespedetsa bicolor, which are part of the Lespefril preparation, are effective in the treatment of urolithiasis, pyelonephritis, glomerulonephritis, as an effective anti-inflammatory, hypoazotemic, immunomodulatory, diuretic and salt stabilizing agent.
The drug is low-toxic, and also, unlike other herbal diuretics, does not irritate the kidneys and does not wash out potassium from the body. The use of Lespefril promotes:
- Increased renal filtration, diuresis and excretion of nitrogenous toxins in the urine;
- Decrease in azotemia;
- Increasing the rate of sodium excretion.
Release form Lespefril
The drug Lespefril is released in the form of a solution for oral administration, in bottles of 100 ml.
The analogues of Lespefril in terms of the mechanism of action are the drugs Vitaprost, Afala, Prostatilen, Flaronin, Ichthyol, Uroprost, Prostanorm, Bioprost, Superlimph, Kanefron N, Renelle, Speman, Tentex Forte, Flaronin and Cyston.
Indications for the use of Lespefril
According to the instructions, Lespefril is prescribed for the treatment of chronic renal failure (mainly as symptomatic therapy).
Lespefril is contraindicated to take:
- During breastfeeding;
- With diseases of the brain;
- During pregnancy;
- With alcoholism;
- Against the background of liver diseases;
- After traumatic brain injury;
- Against the background of epilepsy;
- In pediatrics up to 18 years of age;
- Against the background of hypersensitivity to the components of the drug.
Method of using Lespefril
Lespefril should be taken orally up to four times a day. A single dose can vary depending on the severity of the symptoms of the disease from one teaspoon to one tablespoon (5-15 ml).
According to the instructions, Lespefril can be diluted with water before use.
The most effective treatment course with Lespefril, according to reviews. - from three to four weeks. After consulting a doctor, you can undergo a second course of treatment, but not earlier than in 2-3 weeks.
In case of an overdose with Lespefril, an increase in side effects may be observed.
According to reviews, Lespefril can lead to the development of mild allergic reactions. In rare cases, hyponatremia may develop, which can be compensated for by drugs containing sodium ions.
If the described symptoms worsen during therapy, this should be reported to the attending physician.
Lespefril should not be taken simultaneously with disulfiram, sedatives, non-selective monoamine oxidase inhibitors, insulin, metformin, sulfonamide.
Storage conditions Lespefril
Lespefril belongs to a number of nonprescription herbal medicines with a shelf life of 36 months, provided it is stored at a temperature of 15-25 degrees Celsius.
Lespefril: prices in online pharmacies
Lespefril oral solution 100 ml 1 pc.
Lespefril solution for internal approx. 100ml
Information about the drug is generalized, provided for informational purposes only and does not replace the official instructions. Self-medication is hazardous to health!