1 tablet contains:
Active substance: carbamazepine 200 mg or 400 mg;
Indications for use
- Complicated or simple partial epileptic seizures (with or without loss of consciousness) with or without secondary generalization.
- Generalized tonic-clonic epileptic seizures. Mixed forms of epileptic seizures.
- Acute manic conditions and maintenance therapy of bipolar affective disorders with the aim of preventing exacerbations or alleviating clinical manifestations of exacerbation.
- Alcohol withdrawal syndrome.
- Idiopathic neuralgia of the trigeminal nerve and trigeminal neuralgia in multiple sclerosis (typical and atypical). Idiopathic neuralgia of the glossopharyngeal nerve.
- Pain syndrome with diabetic neuropathy.
- Polyuria and polydipsia of neurohormonal nature in diabetes insipidus of central genesis.
Application in pregnancy and lactation
It is known that children born to mothers suffering from epilepsy are more likely than others to be prone to intra-uterine development disorders, including developmental malformations. It has been reported that carbamazepine, like all major antiepileptic drugs, is capable of increasing the risk of these disorders.
Dosing and Administration
The drug can be taken during meals, after meals or in between meals. Tablets should be taken with a small amount of liquid.
The drug can be used as a monotherapy or as part of a combination therapy.
Treatment begins with the application of a small daily dose, which is then slowly increased until an optimal effect is achieved.
To determine the optimal dose of the drug, it is recommended to determine the concentration of the active substance in the blood plasma.