- NEOSINE is a prescription drug that has antiviral properties and is responsible for increasing the body's resistance. It supports the treatment of infections caused by, for example, herpes virus.
The active substance is inosine pranobex (an inosine-containing complex and 4-hydroxypropyl dimethyl ammonium acetamidobenzoate in a molar ratio of 1: 3). One tablet contains 500 mg inosine pranobex.
The other ingredients are: wheat starch, mannitol, povidone, magnesium stearate.
The drug contains wheat starch. The drug should not be used patients allergic (allergic) to wheat (other than celiac disease - called celiac disease). Neosine may be used for patients with celiac disease.
The product contains pranobex inosin, which increases immunity and works antiviral. It takes part in normalizing the insufficient or inadequate mechanism of cellular immunity. This is due to the Th1-type response, which causes maturation and differentiation of thymic-dependent lymphocytes. Increases induced lymphoproliferative reactions in cells stimulated with mitogen or antigen.
- allergy to the components of the drug
- gout attack
- an increase in the level of uric acid in the blood
The drug is recommended to be used in the case of skin and mucosal infections caused by herpes virus, chickenpox and herpes zoster and other viral infections. Recommended in the alternative with reduced immunity.
Dosage Neosine tablets: To be used
orally in adults at a dose of mostly 1g or 2 tablets. x 3-4 / 24h.