Aktovegin - an antihypoxant, activates the metabolism of glucose and oxygen.
Aktovegin causes an increase in cellular energy metabolism. Its activity is supported by an increase in consumption and an increase in the utilization of glucose and oxygen by cells. These two effects are conjugate, they cause an increase in ATP metabolism and, therefore, enhance energy metabolism. The result of this is stimulation and acceleration of the healing process, characterized by increased energy consumption.
Indication of use:
Pregnancy and breast-feeding:
Dosing and Administration:
At ulcerative lesions pretreatment with the aim of cleansing is carried out using a gel that is applied to a thick layer and cover with a compress with 5% ointment of Actovegin or gauze bandage soaked in the ointment. Change of the bandage carried out 1 time / day, with much weeping ulcers - several times a day. Subsequently the treatment should be continued with the cream Actovegin 5% and finish the treatment by Actovegin in the form of 5% ointment qwhich is applied in a thin layer. After initial therapy with Actovegin 20% in the form of a gel cream is applied thinly.
At the beginning of treatment with Actovegin in the form of 20% gel may be pain in the application area, which is associated with an increase in secretion. This is not an indication of intolerance. In case if painful sensations persist or expected effect of the drug has not been reached, contact your doctor. Patients with hypersensitivity reactions ia anamnesis, in rare cases can develop allergic reactions.
Interaction with other drugs is currently unknown.