Diuretic drug Trigrim: instructions for use
The present diureticmeans in the form of flat round tablets containing 10, 5 or 2.5 milligram of torasemide as active substance. In the role of additional components are magnesium stearate, silicon dioxide, corn starch and lactose.
Take the medicine "Trigrim" specialistsrecommend, as a rule, 5 milligrams once a day. In case of acute necessity, the attending physician can increase the dosage several times. The maximum daily dose is 20 milligrams. In this case, increase the amount of medicine should be gradually. In exceptional cases, up to 40 milligrams of the drug can be taken within twenty-four hours.
Particularly it should be noted that the appointment of tablets"Trigrim" instructions for use categorically prohibits people suffering from arrhythmia or anuria. Pregnant women and nursing mothers should likewise refrain from taking this diuretic. In addition, doctors do not recommend taking this medication for those who suffer from chronic kidney failure. In the case of hypersensitivity to torasemide or an allergic reaction to any of the
With regard to possible side effects,here the instruction, in the first place, warns of the risk of hypokalemia or pancreatitis, blood pressure disorders, a decrease in the number of platelets and leukocytes, a decrease in appetite and a delay in urine. Also, some categories of patients may notice dizziness, general weakness, drowsiness, hearing impairment, skin rashes, headaches and leg cramps.