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Platyphylline and papaverine – [10 tablets]


Antispasmodic with myotropic and m-anticholinergic action

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Platifylline and Papaverine Pharmacodynamics
Combination drug.
Platifylline is a m-cholinoblocker, it disrupts transmission of nerve impulses from postganglionic cholinergic nerves to the effector organs and tissues (heart, smooth muscle organs, secretory glands) innervated by them. It penetrates through the blood-brain barrier. By reducing the influence of the vagus nerve, it improves atrioventricular conduction, increases myocardial excitability, increases the number of heart contractions and the minute blood volume. It has direct myotropic antispasmodic effect, causes dilation of small skin vessels. Reduces smooth muscle tone, amplitude and frequency of peristaltic contractions of the stomach, duodenum, small and large intestine. In persons with biliary tract hyperkinesia moderately decreases gallbladder tone; in hypokinesia increases gallbladder tone to normal. Relaxes smooth muscles of the uterus, bladder and urinary tract (eliminates pain syndrome against their spasm), and bronchi (including against the background of bronchoconstriction caused by increased tone of the vagus nerve or cholinostimulants, increases respiratory volume, inhibits bronchial gland secretion).
Papaverine is an antispasmodic, has a hypotensive effect. Inhibits phosphodiesterase, tones down and relaxes smooth muscles of internal organs (gastrointestinal tract, respiratory and urogenital systems) and blood vessels.

Spasm of smooth muscles of abdominal organs (cholecystitis, pylorospasm, spastic colitis, cholelithiasis, colic, renal colic, biliary colic), cerebral blood vessels; endarteritis; angina pectoris (in combination therapy); bronchospasm; peptic ulcer.

Contraindications .
Individual sensitivity to the components of the drug.

Dosage and administration.

  • Inside, 1 tablet 2-3 times a day. The duration of treatment is set by the doctor.