Activated carbon


Activated carbon

📜 Basic information about the drug
1 tablet contains: active substance: 250 mg of activated charcoal; excipients: potato starch.

💧 Active substance (XPN):
activated carbon.

📝 Trade name of the drug:
Ugol activated MS

🧬 Pharmacological group:
enterosorption agent.

💊 Dosage form:

🧪 Tariff:
black, flat cylindrical, slightly rugged, chamfered tablets.

🔥 Application:
It is used as a detoxifying agent in exogenous and endogenous poisonings of various origins.

In the complex treatment of food poisoning, salmonellosis and dysentery.

In poisoning with drugs (psychotropic, hypnotic, narcotic, etc.), alkaloids, heavy metal salts and other toxins.

Dyspepsia, in diseases of the gastrointestinal tract accompanied by flatulence.

In food and drug allergies.

In hyperbilirubinemia (viral hepatitis and other jaundice) and hyperazotemia (renal failure).

It is used to reduce flatulence before ultrasound and X-ray examinations.

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