Properties of analgin and Dimedrol

Dipyrone is the most popular and accessible drug. He gives the antipyretic effect (for colds), anti-inflammatory (in the neurological diseases, sciatica and some others) and anesthetic (for example, toothache or headache).
It is important to remember that the dosage of dipyrone depends on the body weight of the patient.

For use of dipyrone, there are contraindications. They are pregnancy, liver and kidney and some others.

Diphenhydramine – antihistamine drug. Produces mild sedative effect. It has a hypnotic, antiemetic, anti-allergic effect. Creates a small anti-inflammatory effect.

Diphenhydramine is used in disturbed sleep, hives, blood transfusions, stomach ulcers, insect bites, sunburn, colds, and many others.
Contraindications for use of diphenhydramine: urinary retention, glaucoma, pregnancy, breast-feeding.

In case of overdose with diphenhydramine should induce vomiting, gastric lavage and supportive therapy. Overdose in kids can cause convulsions and even death.

If you use a combination of both drugs is absolutely contraindicated alcohol.

The practical use of diphenhydramine in combination with dipyrone

The combination of analgin with Dimedrol strengthens the overall effect of these medicines and quick help at high temperature. It falls within 15 minutes after the injection. But first you need to determine the correct dosage of analgin with Dimedrol. For children from 14 years and adults in 1 syringe, mix 1 ampoule of analgin, diphenhydramine and papaverine.

For children the dosage is calculated from the severity of the health condition, weight of child up to 3 years and his age.

The effect of these drugs on the human body lasts about 6 hours.

The combination of analgin and Dimedrol contraindicated in diabetes, bronchial asthma, gastric ulcer.

After the injection of a Dimedrol with analgin the patient should drink 0.5 liters of boiled water, as an injection dramatically reduces the temperature, which can lead to dehydration.