Special Medicine To Treat Big Liver Fluke
On the market today there are a number of brands available for sale to treat large liver fluke including Deworm, with active ingredient Triclabendazole 250mg. For more information on the drug, see here. However, we do not recommend patients to buy drugs by themselves, because they must be diagnosed with the right disease, they must use the right quality medicine to ensure the elimination of the parasite, and must use the right dosage at the right age to not work. side of the drug.
Triclabendazole is indicated for the treatment of Fasciola-induced fascioliasis and Triclabendazole is indicated for the treatment of pulmonary fluke.
Be careful when using Deworm
Infections of patients treated at the hospital can cause nerve damage, severe fascioliasis and acute abdominal pain due to obstruction of the bile ducts by biliary tapioca death.
A slight to moderate increase in serum liver enzyme levels (ASAT, ALAT, alkaline phosphatase) and total bilirubin have been noted in some patients taking triclabendazole and in animals. So we should be cautious when using this drug for patients with liver and kidney dysfunction
There are currently no data for patients with renal impairment and no recommendations for treatment for this group of patients
We should be cautious when using triclabendazole in patients with glucose-6-phosphate dehydrogenase deficiency due to the potential for hemolysis.
Keep out of reach of children.
There have not been any studies with an appropriate control group in pregnant women, triclabendazole should only be used during pregnancy when the expected benefits outweigh the possible risk.
However, it is not clear whether triclabendazole is excreted in human milk or not, we need to be cautious when using Tricbendazole during breastfeeding and it is recommended that patients only breastfeed after 72 hours of medication.
Deworm side effects
Very common: Sweating theft
Common: weak body, chest pain, fever, fatigue.
Very common: Abdominal pain, epigastric pain.
Common: Anorexia, diarrhea, nausea
Hepatic / biliary system
Common: Jaundice, biliary colic appears
Common: Dizziness, lightheadedness, headache.
Uncommon: Allergy, itching
Uncommon: Back pain, joint pain.
Common: Shortness of breath, wind cough
Renal / metabolic disorders
Uncommon: A slight increase in reversible serum creatinine will return to normal, after the end of therapy (previous studies have shown biochemical, hematological and liver function parameters - the kidneys remain unchanged and no cases of abnormal renal and hepatic function of the patient are abnormal).
Notice that the drug has unwanted effects that patients encounter when using the drug we need to warn patients that dizziness, headache, dizziness, tinnitus may occur in this case.
. People should not drive, operate machines that are potentially dangerous, or engage in other activities that could be seriously dangerous.
Fascioliasis: Adults and children over 4 years of age take 10 mg per kg, take a single dose.
Fasciolosis: Adults and children over 4 years of age take 20 mg per kg, in 2 divided doses
PIMOZIDE, QUINIDINE: There is a risk of Erogin poisoning that can lead to limb necrosis due to inhibition of ankaloid hepatic metabolism in barley. and vice versa
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