Ventrisol - a drug used to treat diseases of the gastrointestinal tract.
Release form and composition
Ventrisol coated tablets are produced in blister packs of 16 pcs. Each tablet contains 0.12 g of bismuth tri-potassium dicitrate.
Indications for use
Ventrisol is prescribed for duodenal ulcer and gastric ulcer associated with Helicobacter pylori gastritis, as well as in cases of exacerbation of gastroduodenitis that occurs on the background of peptic ulcer.
The use of Ventrisol is contraindicated during the first trimester of pregnancy, with acute gastritis, pronounced impaired renal function, as well as in cases of hypersensitivity to the components of the drug and during the breastfeeding period.
Dosing and Administration
The drug is taken orally three times for half an hour before meals and once after 2 hours after dinner, 0.12 g, or prescribed 0.24 g Ventrisol twice a day (half an hour before and 2 hours after meals).
The dose of the drug for children is calculated based on the proportion of 7-8 mg of Ventrisol per 1 kg of body weight of the child per day.
The instructions for Ventrisol indicate that the drug may cause allergic reactions, nausea, diarrhea and vomiting.
Do not use Ventrisol in large doses. For half an hour before and after using the drug is recommended to refrain from ingestion of solid foods, liquids and antacids. During the period of therapy means can not consume alcoholic beverages.
Synonyms of the drug are medicines Tripotassium dicitrate and Bismutat. Analogues of Ventrisal include Bismuth tri-potassium dicitrate, De-Nol and Novobismol preparations.
Terms and conditions of storage
The instructions for Ventrisol indicate that the drug should be stored in a dry, well ventilated, out of reach of children and light room, at room temperature.
Release the drug from pharmacies without a prescription of a doctor, its shelf life should not exceed two years.