What is hemosin k?
Hemosin k® is a drugthat acts with the participation of two active ingredients, which are sodium sulfonate of carbazochrome and sodium bisulfite of menadione orvitamin k3, which belong to theline of drugs with antihemorrhagic effect.
To highlight: This medicine is commercially manufactured by the company namedLaboratorios Hormona, S.A. de C.V. (1)
What is hemosin k for?
- Hemosin k®contains a powerful hemostatic effectthanks to its mechanism of action, which acts quickly on damaged blood vessels, suppressing decreased capillary resistance. This preventsand treats blood loss in thebody.
- It is used to treat:
Dosage and routes of administration of hemosin k
Hemosin k®presentations are in tablets orcapsulesof 25 mg of sodium sulfonate of carbazochrome and 5 mg of sodium bisulfite of menadione or vitamin k3, in a box of 32 tablets; syrup of 100mg carbazochrome and 30 mg vitamin K and 10 mgsolution for injection.
On the other hand, the route of administration of hemosin k® is according to the presentation, being orally and the injectable solution can be used intravenously or intramuscularlytag. The informative dose can be as follows:
- Tablets: For adults, a dose of one tablet every 6 or 8 hours for as long as your doctor estimates.
- Syrup:Dose for children under 12 years of age, one teaspoon every 6 or 8 hours. In adults 2 teaspoons 3 to 4 times a day.
- Injectable solution: One intramuscular vial every 8 to 12 hours, only for the adult population.
Side Effects of Hemosin K
The use of hemosin k® can cause some of the following adverse effects in certain patients :
- Possible allergic reactions due to contact with any component of the formula.
- Rash (a type of skin eruption).
- Anorexia and upset stomach may eventually occur.
Important: If any of these symptoms appear during treatment with hemosin k®, please Stop treatment and consult your doctor .
Contraindications and warnings of hemosin k
Treatment with hemosin k® is contraindicated in the following circumstances:
- Hypersensitivity to any component of the hemosin k® formula.
- Patients prone to thrombophlebitis and phlebothrombosis.
- Elderly patients with physiological hypofunction.
- During the pregnancy period.
- In the Breastfeeding period .
You should know: Provide all the Information about your health history to your doctor, before starting treatment with hemosin k®.
Avoid if you have:
- History of hypersensitivity to any of the components of hemosin k®.
- Blood clots that block one or more veins.
- Medications such as hemosin k® should not be administered together with alcoholic beverages.
- This medicine must be administered with a prescription or prescription.
- Do not administer concomitantly with other anticoagulants.
- This product must be kept out of the reach of children.
- Keep this drug stored in a cool, dry place.
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