"Analgin" is a very common drug that acts against pain and fever. But if you do not know how to take it and what side effects it can cause, you can cause immeasurably greater harm instead of health benefits.
"Analgin" is a very common drug that can be taken as an antipyretic
and a pain reliever, as well as for acute respiratory infections and rheumatism.
It is permissible to take no more than 250-500 mg at a time. The drug is taken up to 3 times a day. In 24 hours
it is permissible to take no more than 3 grams of "Analgin".
For infants under 1 year old, it is permissible to give the drug only in the form of injections intramuscularly. Temperature
solution should be close to body temperature.
"Analgin" is not recommended to be taken if the patient has a history of various diseases
blood. As contraindications, rheumatic attack, dysmenorrhea, renal and
liver failure. It is not recommended to use "Analgin" for pregnant women.
The drug can give various side effects: dizziness, fever, headache. Leukopenia and agranulocytosis are also possible.
Doses of the drug are different for adults and children. Depending on the method of administration of the drug (rectally, intravenously or orally), the dose of the drug administered may be different.
For children, a solution of "Analgin" is prescribed up to 3 times a day, and is calculated on the basis of 5-10 mg per 1 kilogram of the child's body weight.