In the vast majority of cases, patients withthe choice of a medicinal product is guided by the opinion of others, information obtained from printed publications and other modern media, and, of course, the advertising of medicines, which today can be found almost everywhere. But consumers of pharmaceutical products often forget that the same medicine can be found on drug store shelves under different names, and the most striking example of this is acetylsalicylic acid. The instruction for the use of this drug indicates that it is a part of such popular drugs as "Aspirin", widely used in the treatment of colds, and "Cardiomagnol", appointed for the prevention of thrombosis. But with the joint use of these drugs, the risk of side effects increases several times.
What is the purpose of acetylsalicylic acid
Acetylsalicylic acid, the use of which,according to statistics, on the globe increases year by year, is used as an anti-inflammatory, analgesic, antiaggregant, and in the household and antiseptic. Accordingly, the appointment of this drug and its reception should be treated responsibly - otherwise the risk of developing unwanted effects of the drug increases many times. Acetylsalicylic acid, the instruction for the use of which, unfortunately, is rarely studied by patients before treatment, refers to drugs prescribed for various pathological conditions.
This drug was created as an effective remedyfor the treatment of high body temperature - in this capacity, the medicine "Aspirin" and its analogs are currently used most often. For the treatment of fever, a sufficiently large dose of the drug and its re-appointment with an interval of 4-6 hours is necessary. The explanation for this fact can be found quite simply - acetylsalicylic acid, the instruction for its application clearly describes the mechanism of action, indicates that when taken in a large dose, a direct effect on the thermoregulatory center and to a lesser extent affects the peripheral part of the inflammation. Under the influence of the drug, vasodilation and sweating increase, which increases the heat transfer of the body.
In the case where acetylsalicylic acid,the dosage of which directly affects the mechanism of action of the drug, is used in small amounts for a long time, the peripheral inflammation focuses on the activity - the activity of the mediators is suppressed and the synthesis of prostaglandins is inhibited. This explains the effect of the drug on the blood coagulation system - suppresses adhesion of platelets, which reduces the possibility of blood clots of any localization.
Side Effects - How to Avoid Them
Acetylsalicylic acid, instructions forthe use of which clearly describes possible side effects, can lead to the development of conditions that pose a danger to the life of patients. Thus, when used in the treatment of children, it is the central action of the drug that can explain the appearance of a dangerous syndrome of Rhea - toxic encephalopathy and simultaneous lesion of cells of the liver parenchyma. With the appointment of small doses of the drug, the risk of bleeding of any localization increases, and the possibility of complications development directly depends on the duration of treatment.
That's why even such a seemingly familiara medicine like acetylsalicylic acid should be used only as directed by a doctor, and not on the advice of "well-wishers". The drug should be taken at a dose recommended by a specialist and specified time, if necessary - together with drugs that can reduce the manifestations of adverse effects of therapy.</ p>>