Bio-Max is a complex belonging to the pharmacotherapeutic group “Polyvitamins with macro- and microelements”.
Release form and composition
The drug is available in the form of a coated biconvex round tablets, painted white and having a specific smell.
As active components in the composition of each tablet include:
- Retinol acetate (vitamin A);
- α-tocopherol acetate (vitamin E);
- Thiamine hydrochloride (vitamin B1);
- Cyanocobalamin (vitamin B12);
- Nicotinic acid (vitamin PP);
- Riboflavin (coenzyme of vitamin B2);
- Pyridoxine hydrochloride (vitamin B6);
- Ascorbic acid (vitamin C);
- Folic acid (vitamin B9);
- Rutin (vitamin P);
- Calcium Pantothenate (Vitamin B5);
- Ferrous iron;
- Lipoic (thioctic) acid.
As excipients in the manufacture of Bio-Max tablets, sucrose (sugar), crospovidone (collidon CL), potato starch, povidone, aerosil, talc, citric acid, colloidal silicon dioxide are used.
The composition of the shell: sucrose, flour, gelatin, polysorbate (twin-80), titanium dioxide, magnesium hydroxycarbonate, wax, talc, povidone.
Bio-Max tablets are sold in 10 pcs. in blister packs packed in cardboard packs of 3 or 5 pcs.
Indications for use
According to the instructions to Bio-Max, the use of this vitamin complex is appropriate for the treatment and prevention of vitamin and mineral deficiencies. As a rule, such states develop in the background:
- Physical and mental overload;
- Immune insufficiency after the postponed somatic diseases, traumas, surgeries, antibiotic therapy, etc .;
- Malnutrition (including compliance with unbalanced diets for weight loss);
- Nutritional deficiency of vitamins, manifested in winter and spring;
- Diseases of the digestive tract, which cause a violation of the absorption of minerals and vitamins (these include chronic colitis, gastritis and enteritis);
- Active growth in adolescents, which coincides with the onset of puberty.
Studies have shown that taking the drug in the recommended therapeutic doses does not adversely affect the development of the fetus and the condition of the child who is breastfed, therefore Bio-Max is approved for use by pregnant and lactating women.
Contraindications to the use of Bio-Max are:
- Children's age up to 12 years;
- Hypersensitivity to one or more of its components.
Dosing and Administration
According to the instructions to Bio-Max, vitamins are intended for oral administration. The optimal time of admission - immediately after meals.
When hypovitaminosis Bio-Max is recommended to drink two tablets per day (the dose is divided into two doses) for four weeks. After 3-5 months, the course is repeated.
To prevent the development of nutritional deficiency of vitamins, to restore the body's defenses and increase its resistance to the effects of harmful factors, all patients over 12 years of age are recommended to take one tablet daily. The course duration is usually from 3 to 4 months.
During pregnancy and lactation prescribed to take 1 table. per day.
According to the annotations to the drug and the numerous reviews of patients who took these vitamins or gave them to their children, while respecting the recommended dosing regimen, Bio-Max does not have any negative effect on the body, even after prolonged use.
However, the manufacturer does not exclude the possibility that in the presence of hypersensitivity or intolerance to any component of Bio-Max, allergic reactions may develop.
During the period of taking Bio-Max, urine can be colored bright yellow. This is explained by the presence of riboflavin (vitamin B2) in the composition of the tablets. Such a reaction is considered normal and is not a reason to discontinue the drug.
The simultaneous use of Bio-Max with other preparations containing vitamins and minerals is not recommended. The pharmacological interaction of this vitamin-mineral complex with other drugs is not described in the instructions. However, the possibility of the simultaneous use of any other medication is recommended to be coordinated with your doctor.
Cases of overdose of vitamins Bio-Max are currently not reported.
In terms of composition, Biot-Max analogues are drugs: 9 months, Vitaspectrum, Berokka Plus, Vitaftor, Vitrum (including Beauty, Baby, Kids, Prenatal, Prenatal Forte, Superstress, Teenager, Centuri, Circus, Junior), Glutamevit, Jungle, Doctor Theiss, Duovit, Kaltsinova, Complivit (including Mom, Ophthalmo, Trimester 1, Trimester 2, Trimester 3, Active), Lavita, Maxamin Forte, Multi-Tabs, MultiMax (including for pregnant and nursing, for schoolchildren), Oligovit, Pikovit D, Pregnakay, ReddiVit, Selmevit, Supradin, Teravit, Triovit, Fenyuls Zinc, Centrum, Elevit Pronat l.
According to the mechanism of action, the following vitamin means can be considered as analogues of Bio-Max: Additive (Multivitamins and Multivitamins with Minerals), Atioxipax with Zinc, Atioxypax with Selenium, Berocca Calcium and Magnesium, Megadin Junior and Maxadine Megadin Pronatal, Multi-Tabs Calcium and Magnesium, Megadin Junior and Maxigin Megadin, Multi-Tabs Mexine, Multi Bacca Calcium and Magnesium, Megadin Junior and Maxi Megadin Pronatal, Multi-Tabs Calcium and Magnesium, Megadin Junior and Maxigin Megadin, Multi-Tabs Mengie, Mengie Calcium and Magnesium Vitrum Centuri Forte, Royal Vit, Pregnavit.
Terms and conditions of storage
Bio-Max - vitamin-mineral complex, which can be bought at the pharmacy, the doctor's prescription is not needed for this. According to the manufacturer's recommendations, the drug should be stored in a dark, dry place. The optimum temperature is up to 25 ° C. Under these conditions, the shelf life of tablets is 24 months.