Dibikor - a drug that improves tissue energy and metabolism.
Release form and composition
Dibikora dosage form - tablets.
The active ingredient of the drug is taurine, which is a product of the exchange of sulfur-containing amino acids, methionine, cysteamine and cysteine. Its concentration in a single tablet can be 250 or 500 mg.
Auxiliary components used in the production of Dibikor are microcrystalline cellulose (23 mg), potato starch (18 mg), gelatin (6 mg), calcium stearate (2.7 mg), colloidal silicon dioxide (0.3 mg).
Dibikor tablets packaged in 10 pieces are sold. in blisters, 3 or 6 packs in a carton box.
Indications for use
Taurine - the active substance of Dibikor - has membrane-protective and osmoregulatory properties, normalizes the exchange of potassium and calcium ions in cells, has a positive effect on the phospholipid composition of cell membranes. Also, this component has an anti-stress and antioxidant effect, regulates oxidative processes; with heavy physical exertion - increases efficiency; in case of cardiovascular insufficiency, it reduces congestion in the large and small circles of blood circulation, due to which it reduces intracardiac diastolic pressure and increases myocardial contractility.
Given these properties, Dibikor, according to the instructions, can be used in the treatment of:
- Cardiovascular insufficiency of different nature of origin;
- Intoxication caused by the use of cardiac glycosides;
- Type I diabetes;
- Type II diabetes, incl. if the disease is accompanied by moderate hypercholesterolemia.
In addition, as a hepatoprotective agent, Dibicore is often recommended for patients undergoing treatment with antifungal drugs.
The use of Dibikor, according to the instructions, is contraindicated in case of hypersensitivity to taurine or any excipient;
Due to the lack of data on the safety of the drug in pediatrics, Dibicore is not prescribed to children and adolescents under the age of 18 years.
The safety of using Dibikor during pregnancy and lactation has not been established; therefore, the doctor decides whether to take the medication during these periods in each case, taking into account the ratio of the expected benefits for the woman and the potential risks to the child.
Dosing and Administration
In accordance with the instructions, take the drug twice a day, 20 minutes before meals:
- In heart failure - 250-500 mg. Depending on the severity of the effect, a single dose may be reduced to 125 mg or an increase in the daily dose to 2-3 grams. The duration of treatment is 30 days;
- In case of intoxication with cardiac glycosides, the dose is determined depending on the patient's condition, but is not less than 750 mg per day;
- In case of diabetes mellitus type I, 500 mg in combination with insulin therapy, the course is 3-6 months;
- In diabetes mellitus type II - 500 mg, can be used as a single agent or in combination with another oral hypoglycemic agent;
- As a hepatoprotector - 500 mg throughout the entire period of taking the antifungal drug.
According to the instructions and medical reviews, while respecting the recommended dosing regimen, in most cases this drug is well tolerated. In some cases - with hypersensitivity or intolerance to the active or any auxiliary component - the development of allergic reactions is possible. If any adverse events on the part of the body appear, stop taking the medicine and consult a doctor - he will consider the option of replacing Dibikor with a drug with a similar mechanism of action, but with a different active ingredient.
Data overdose Dibikor missing.
It is forbidden to independently increase or decrease the dose of Dibikor, even if its action seems to be too strong or, on the contrary, weak, it is necessary to consult with your doctor.
With the simultaneous use of Dibikor and insulin or other oral hypoglycemic drugs may develop hypoglycemic state. In this case, it should be borne in mind that taurine cannot cause hypoglycemia, therefore, it is necessary to reduce the dose of other drugs.
Patients who take cardiac glycosides or blockers of slow calcium channels, when prescribing Dibikor, their dosage should be reduced, sometimes by 2 times (depending on individual sensitivity), since taurine may enhance their effect.
The possibility of using any other drug during the period of treatment with Dibicor should be coordinated with your doctor.
Dibikor does not have a negative effect on the speed of mental and physical reactions, visual acuity and ability to concentrate; therefore, it can be used by people engaged in any kind of activity.
The active substance analogues Dibikora are Taufon, CardioActive Taurine, Taufon-AKOS.
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Terms and conditions of storage
Dibikor belongs to the category of drugs permitted for sale in non-prescription mode.
According to the instructions, it should be stored in a dry place, protected from sunlight, at temperatures up to 25 ºС. With proper storage, the shelf life of the tablets is 3 years.