Regenon Retard 60mg capsule
Regenon Retard 60mg capsule is appetite depressant considered to produce less central nervous system disturbance than most drugs in this therapeutic category. It is also considered to be among the safest for patients with hypertension.
Name of the drug
Regenon retard 60mg
Hard capsules, delayed release
Qualitative and quantitative
prolonged-release hard capsule Regenon retard 60 mg contains 60 mg amfepramon hydrochloride.
Other ingredients Regenon 60 mg :
Each retarded hard capsule contains Sucrose. The complete list of other For components,
Hard capsule, delayed release Hard gelatin capsules with a scarlet cap and a yellow body, filled with ivory-colored pellets the size of a pinhead.
Areas of application
Supportive treatment for patients with excess weight and a body mass index of at least 30 kg / m² that on have not addressed suitable weight-reducing measures alone. The body mass index is calculated from the quotient of body weight in Kilogram and height in meters to square. Body mass index (
BMI) = Body weight in kg / Height in m²
Type and duration of application Dosage:
Adults and children over 12 years take 1 prolonged-release hard capsule once a day Regenon retard 60mg. The total daily dose should be 1 prolonged-release hard capsule Do not exceed Regenon retard 60mg. Type of application: Unless otherwise prescribed, adults and children over the age of 12 take approximately 2 hours before lunch 1 retarded Hard capsule whole with liquid. It is recommended to take the treatment below under the supervision of doctors who Have experience in treating obesity.
Regenon retard 60mg must not be used for:
- Hypersensitivity to one the other mentioned in section 6.1
- paroxysmal tachycardia
- tachycardia arrhythmias
- severe forms of angina
- narrow-angle glaucoma
- pulmonary hypertension
- severe arterial hypertension
- current or from previous history known cardiovascular or cerebrovascular diseases.
Ingredient matches for Regenon retard
Amfepramone hydrochloride (a derivative of Amfepramone) is reported as an ingredient of Regenon retard in the following countries:
Amfepramone (diethylpropion), clobenzorex, fenproporex, mefenorex, norpseudoephedrine (cathine), phentermine and phenylpropanolamine are sympathomimetic drugs and belong to the class of appetite suppressants.
Most anorectics have been taken off the market in Europe, even dexfenfluramine worldwide, because of cardiac side effects. On the basis of experimental results, and single case observations, concerns have been repeatedly expressed about the use of appetite suppressants in pregnancy. It has been pointed out that these drugs have a similar potential as amphetamines in reducing vascular perfusion that theoretically could lead to vascular disruption-related birth defects.
Amfepramon becomes rapid after oral administration and completely absorbed. After oral Administer an aqueous solution of 75 mg Amfepramon the maximum plasma concentration is reached after 50 min; as a result
Due to the high first-pass effect, the amfepramon concentration is 20.3 ng / ml. To Administration of 400 mg Amfepramon increases the Plasma concentration to 200 ng / ml. The release of Amfepramon can
through modified galenical preparation (Prolonged-release products) are delayed (release over 10 hours).
Amfepramon ( Regenon 60 mg) is extensively metabolized through N-dealkylation and reduction. Many of the metabolites are biologically active and the therapeutic effects of Amfepramon involved. Because of the different lipid solubility of the metabolite whose plasma level is determined by the urine pH influenced.
If you use more REGENON RETARD 60mg than you should If higher doses are used, manifestations may occur such as: irregular heartbeats (arrhythmias),
high blood pressure or severe cardiac disorders until fainting (cardio circulatory shock).
Other manifestations that may occur in such cases are: restlessness, tremors, rapid breathing, reflexes exaggerations, state of confusion, irritability, hallucinations (perception, sight or hearing of some events / things that do not exist in reality), permanent fear, feeling sick (nausea), feeling bad (vomiting), diarrhea and abdominal cramps. If you experience any of these signs or symptoms, please contact your doctor you or your nearest hospital may need immediate specific treatment.