Tramadol 50 Mg, 100 Mg

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Has a strong analgesic (analgesic) activity, gives a quick and lasting effect. Inferior, however, to the activity of morphine at the same doses (applied, respectively, in large doses).

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Description

Indications For Use

Applied with severe acute and chronic pain: in the aftercare, in trauma, in cancer patients, etc., And also before surgery. For mild pain, the drug should not be used.

Mode Of Application

Adults and children over 14 years of age are administered intravenously (slowly drip) 50-100 mg (1-2 ampoules), up to 400 mg (0.4 g) per day. In the same dose administered intramuscularly or subcutaneously. Inside appoint (with a small amount of liquid) in capsules of 50 mg to 8 capsules (0.4 g) per day or as drops – 20 drops (contain 50 mg of tramadol) for intake in a small amount of water up to 8 times a day ,

You can appoint tramadol in the form of rectal (for administration in the rectum), candles, 0.1 g (100 mg), 1 candle up to 4 times a day.

With intravenous administration has analgesic effect after 5-10 minutes, with the introduction of the inside – after 30-40 minutes. Effective for 3-5 hours.

Side Effects

Tramadol is relatively well tolerated, does not cause in usual doses of expression. May, however, cause nausea, vomiting, dizziness, sweating.

Contraindications

Do not prescribe tramadol for acute alcohol intoxication (poisoning); patients with hypersensitivity to narcotic analgesics; patients taking MAO inhibitors. Pregnant prescribing should be done with extreme caution. Children under 14 years of age are not prescribed a drug.

The drug should not be used for a long time (to avoid addiction / weakening or lack of effect with prolonged repeated use).

Form Of Issue

Capsules with a content of 0.05 g (50 mg) of the preparation for 10 and 20 pieces per package; drops (with a content of 1 ml of 100 mg of the drug) in bottles of 10 pieces per package; 1 ml ampoules with a content of 50 mg (0.05 g) in 1 ml and a capacity of 2 ml with a content of 50 mg in 1 ml (total in a 100 mg ampoule) of 5 and 50 pieces per package; rectal suppositories with a content of 100 mg (0.1 g) in a package of 5 pieces.

Storage Conditions

List A (according to the rules established for morphine and other narcotic drugs).

Synonyms

Tramal, Tramadol hydrochloride, Crispin, Melanat.

See also the list of analogues of Tramadol.

Pharmacological Group

Painkillers and anti-inflammatories

Narcotic analgesics

Opioid receptor agonists

Attention!

Description of the drug “Tramadol” on this page is a simplified and augmented version of the official instructions for use. Before purchasing or using the drug, you should consult a physician and be familiar with the annotation approved by the manufacturer.

Information about the drug is provided solely for informational purposes and should not be used as a guide to self-treatment. Only the doctor can decide on the appointment of the drug, as well as determine the dose and methods of its use.

 

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