All about Resolute"
The composition of this product contains the active ingredient - lipoid PPL 600, supplemented by polyunsaturated phospholipids extracted from soy lecithin, mono-deaconator sodium, purified soybean oil, medium chain triglyceride and a-tocopherol. These components effectively protect a weakened liver, accelerate the regeneration processes in cells, inhibit the synthesis of collagenous tissue and lower cholesterol.
The main form of release of the drug "Rezalyut are capsules intended for ingestion.
In the treatment of "Resolution" you should pay attention to its contraindications. So, it cannot be taken if the patient has increased sensitivity to phospholipids, soy, peanuts or other ingredients, and also have antiphospholipid syndrome. Caution "Rezalyut" we need to accept children under the age of twelve years. Pregnant women the drug is not contraindicated, but when administered in this case, you should weigh the benefits to the mother and the risk to the fetus, which can bear any drug, and "Rezalyut". Of the side effects of the drug can meet allergic reactions such as skin rash or hives, diarrhea, discomfort in the gastrointestinal tract and bleeding in women between periods. However, all these side effects are very rare.
Rules of admission "Resolute"
If the doctor did not give individual guidance, hepatoprotector "Rezalyut" take two capsules three times a day. To drink the medicine before the meal, thus it can not be chewed and should drink plenty of water. The duration of treatment "Resolution" is directly related to disease and its effectiveness against the patient.
To date, the cases of incompatibility, overdose or intoxication with this drug is not known.
Theoretically "Rezalyut" can interact with such blood thinners as warfarin or phenprocoumon, so if hepatoprotective therapy should be combined with these drugs, your doctor may adjust the dose "Resolute". Clinical studies on the penetration of hepatoprotector in breast milk have not been conducted, so the period of lactation receiving "Resolute" you want to stop, so as not to expose a newborn baby to unnecessary risk and make breastfeeding as healthy as possible.