Contained in yeast, liver, egg yolk, peas, legumes, grains.
Included in a number of coenzymes, it provides acetylcholine synthesis, ascorbic acid metabolism, has a detoxifying effect, activates redox processes in the body, stimulates the production of adrenal hormones in the body, which makes it a powerful tool for the treatment of arthritis, colitis, allergies and cardiovascular diseases system.
Indications for use.
Polyneuritis, neuralgia, acute and chronic bronchitis, bronchial asthma. Allergic reactions, toxicosis of pregnant women. Circulatory failure, potassium deficiency arrhythmias. With atony and constipation of the intestine. Withdrawal syndrome in alcohol and drug addiction.
They are also used in cosmetology and dermatology: eczema, trophic skin ulcers, photodermatosis, dry skin, early graying, circular hair loss, decreased immunity.
Rp: Calcii pantothenatis 0.1
D.tdN 50 in tabul.
S. 1 tab. 4 times a day
Rp: Sol. Calcii pantothenatis 20% 2.0 D.tdN 30 in amp. S. 2 ml intramuscularly every day. Assign with a decrease in immunity as an adjuvant in the treatment of diseases where B vitamins are needed. Mode of application.
The daily requirement for adults is 10-12 mg, for pregnant women 15-20 mg, for nursing mothers 15-20 mg, for children, depending on age and gender, 3-7 mg, for infants 2-3 mg.
For therapeutic purposes, up to 30 mg / day is prescribed in children, in adults, up to 10-50 mg / day intramuscularly and 400-800 mg / day by mouth.
Vitamin B6 (Pyridoxinum). Pyridoxine.
Participates in the exchange of trioptophan, methionine, cystine, histamine, Vitamin B6 takes an active part in the metabolism of amino acids, protein and fat metabolism, improves lipid metabolism in atherosclerosis, and liver function. Participates in hematopoiesis, the formation of red blood cells, regulates the activity of the nervous system, improves memory. Vitamin B6 strengthens the immune system, affecting the production of T cells. Pyridoxine supports the activity of the cardiovascular system, prevents the formation of blood clots, reduces the likelihood of a heart attack, stroke, atherosclerosis, and is able to regulate blood pressure.
Indications for use.
Diseases of the nervous system, cardiovascular system, atherosclerosis, toxicosis of pregnant women, peptic ulcer of the stomach and duodenum, hypochromic anemia, radiation sickness, hepatitis, dermatitis, dermatosis, herpes zoster, neurodermatitis, photodermatitis, urticaria, acne, rosacea fatty seborrhea intoxication.
Mode of application.
The daily need for pyridoxine for adults is about 2-2.5 mg; for children, depending on age, from 0.5 to 2 mg.
Therapeutic doses for adults are parenterally (under the skin, intramuscularly and intravenously) administered to adults at 0.05-0.1 g per day (1-2 injections), for children – at 0.02 g. The course of treatment for adults is 1 month, for children – 2 weeks.