Dipyridamole medicine for treatment and prevention of thrombosis and thromboembolism, prevention of occlusion of stents and aortocoronary shunts. Expands coronary vessels (preferential arterioles) and causes significant increase in volume speed of a blood velocity. Increases the level of oxygen in a venous blood of a coronary sine and its absorption by a myocardium.
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Dipyridamole is a medication that inhibits blood clot formation, improves microcirculation. It has vasodilating effect.
-Treatment and prevention of disorders in brain blood circulation, resulting from a blockage or narrowing in the arteries supplying blood and oxygen to the brain.
-Prevention of arterial and venous thrombosis and its complications
-Prevention of thromboembolism after cardiac valve replacement surgery
-Prevention of placental insufficiency in high-risk pregnancy
-as a part of complex therapy for treatment of any microcirculation disorders.
- as an interferon inducer and immunomodulator for the prevention and treatment of influenza, ARVI
How to use Dipyridamole:
If not prescribed otherwise by doctor, the following dosages are recommended:
Usual dose of Dipyridamole to reduce the aggregation of platelets is 75–225mg per day in several uptakes. In severe cases the dose can be increased to 600mg per day.
For thromboembolic prophylaxis, stent thrombosis and aortocoronary shunts – usual dose for the first day is 50 mg along with ascorutin, then dose should be increased to 100mg 4 times per day during two days before surgery and 100mg in 1 hour after surgery.
For the prevention of influenza and other acute respiratory diseases, especially during epidemics, take the medication on the following scheme: 50mg per day once in 7 days during 4-5 weeks.
For recurrences prevention in patients who often have respiratory and viral infections, Dipyridamole should be taken on the following scheme: 100mg per day once a week during 8-10 weeks.
Palpitations, bradycardia, thrombocytopenia, changes in the functional properties of platelets, bleeding, sensation of ear congestion, noise in the head, arthritis. There may be vomiting, diarrhea, epigastric pain, as well as symptoms such as weakness, dizziness, nausea, headache, myalgia, rhinitis.
Generally, these side effects disappear after long-term use of Dipyridamole
As a result of potential vasodilator action, Dipyridamole in high doses can cause arterial hypotension, a feeling of "hot flashes" and tachycardia, a coronary stealing syndrome.
Hypersensitivity reactions such as rash or hives are possible.
If side effects occur, check with your health care professional.