Description of the active substance:
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Low-molecular inducer of endogenous interferon. It is a synthetic compound of the aromatic series, belongs to the class of fluorenones. It stimulates the formation of interferons in the body of alpha, beta, gamma. The main structures that produce interferon in response to tyloron administration are intestinal epithelial cells, hepatocytes, T-lymphocytes, granulocytes. After oral administration, the maximum production of interferon is determined in the intestine-liver-blood sequence after 4-24 hours. In human leukocytes, tyloron induces the formation of interferon, whose level in the blood is 250 U / ml.
It has an immunomodulatory effect: it stimulates bone marrow stem cells, depending on the dose, enhances antibody formation, increases the ratio of high-grade / low-antibodies, reduces the degree of immunodepression, restores the ratio of T-helpers / T-suppressors.
As part of complex therapy: viral hepatitis A, B and C; infections caused by viruses Herpes simplex type 1 and 2, Varicella zoster, cytomegalovirus; infectious-allergic and viral encephalomyelitis (multiple sclerosis, leukoencephalitis, uveoencephalitis); urogenital and respiratory chlamydia; non-gonococcal urethritis; pulmonary tuberculosis.
Treatment and prevention of influenza and other acute respiratory viral infections.
When administered orally, the daily dose is 125-250 mg. The frequency of admission and duration of use depends on the indications and treatment regimen.
Possible: short-term chills, allergic reactions.
In some cases: dyspeptic symptoms.
Pregnancy, lactation (breastfeeding), children under 7 years of age, hypersensitivity to tyloron.
PREGNANCY AND LACTATION
Tiloron is contraindicated in pregnancy and lactation (breastfeeding).
APPLICATION FOR CHILDREN
Contraindicated in children under 7 years.
It is not recommended to apply Tyloron in doses exceeding the recommended ones, in order to avoid possible short-term depletion of immunocompetent cells.
In the complex therapy of neuroviral infections, tilorone is used under the supervision of a doctor.
Tiloron is compatible with antibiotics, traditional treatment of viral and bacterial diseases.