The Pharmacological Market: Atripla, Chantix, Contramal

Breakthrough in Medicine

This article focuses on a few medications which turned to be a breakthrough in medicine. Atripla Scientists have discovered a few ways to put off the clinical course of AIDS (Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome) which is the last stage of HIV (human immunodeficiency virus). This drug is called Atripla. It is the first medication consisting of three anti-retroviral medications which may forestall HIV-infection progression and delay its development to AIDS.

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The medication inhibits the multiplication of human immunodeficiency virus. The medication is taken once a day on an empty stomach before going to bed to reduce the body’s oppression. A standard dosage for adults is one pill per day. Atripla may interact with other medications. These drug-to-drug interactions may change the concentration of the medicine in plasma, and may bring on overdose or reduce the potency.

Atripla Side Effects

Common Atripla side effects include tiredness, giddiness, joint pain, stomachache, itching, sometimes hallucination and insomnia. Chantix The number of smokers around the world is going up. Millions of people try to quit the habit, but fail to do it on their own. Pfizer has introduced an efficacious medicine which helps stop smoking in 33% of patients.

How does it Work?

The medicine works by linking with neural nicotinic receptors located in the brain. Chantix prevents full activation of receptors under the nicotine effect. These receptors are responsible for enjoying smoking with the subsequent addiction formation. Chantix affects the receptors, thus, making a smoker unwilling to smoke cigarettes. Therefore, a person gets rid of smoking addiction. Chantix is taken orally.

 

Recommended Chantix Dosage

A recommended Chantix dosage is 1 mg twice a day. Chantix pills should be taken whole with water during 12 weeks. Common side effects are depression, insomnia, irritability, difficulty in concentration, gain of body weight. Contramal Contramal is a narcotic painkiller. Yet, the medicine is not such a strong analgesic as other medications, for example morphine. Contramal trigger fewer side effects.

As a rule, Contramal has by scotch influence on the body. Contramal is usually administered to relieve pain resulting from traumas, before and after operation, and also in oncological patients. Contramal is characterized by a prompt and long influence. The maximal concentration in plasma is observed in five – ten minutes after intravenous administration. When the medicine is administered orally, the maximal concentration is observed in thirty – forty minutes. Yet, Contramal should not be taken with ethanol. Patients should take additional care during treatment while being involved in activities that require maximal concentration. Provided the medicine is administered as required, side effects are not observed.

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