Vigantoletten 500 jmx 30 tablets


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  • Vigantoletten preparation is affecting the digestive tract and metabolism properties to prevent rickets and facilitate the absorption of calcium. Vigantoletten Used in the treatment of rickets and osteomalacia, also a subsidiary of osteoporosis.

Ingredients Vigantoletten :
Vitamin D 500 IU - cholecalciferol (colecalciferolum)

Vigantoletten Indications:
- prevention of rickets and other diseases in the case of the risk of vitamin D deficiency,
- treatment of rickets and osteomalacia,
- supportive treatment of osteoporosis.

Action Vigantoletten :
The product Vigantoletten contains vitamin D, which regulates calcium-phosphate body. Located in the composition of cholecalciferol with active metabolites, particularly calcitriol, affects the penetration of calcium and phosphate in the gastrointestinal tract, increasing the amount of blood and penetration enhancers feedback of calcium in the kidneys. Blocks the production of parathyroid hormone from parathyroid facilitates bone mineralization and prevent loss of calcium from the body. Vitamin D deficiency in children can lead to rickets, osteomalacia in adults for.

Vigantoletten Contraindications:
- Hypersensitivity to cholecalciferol or any of the excipients
- are allergic to soya or peanuts
- hypercalcemia, hiperkalcynuria, kidney stones, severe kidney failure, PSEUDOHYPOPARATHYROIDISM
- in patients with fructose intolerance, malabsorption of glucose-galactose malabsorption or ß fructofuranosidase or isomaltase

Vigantoletten Dosage Vigantoletten :
Oral. Disease prevention in the case of the risk of vitamin D deficiency: 12.5-25 mg (500-1000 IU) per day; doses above 500 mg per day should only be used after finding hypocalcemia and vitamin D. In the adjuvant treatment of osteoporosis: 25 micrograms (1000 IU) per day. Prevention of rickets: premature babies: 25 micrograms (1000 IU) per day (after the age of 40 weeks.

Life dose should be reduced);newborns, infants and children: 12.5 micrograms (500 IU) per day. Breastfed newborns whose mothers did not receive during the last trimester of vitamin D is administered preparation from the first days of life; newborns whose mothers received during the last trimester of pregnancy, vitamin D is administered preparation from 3 weeks of age.