E-Cap 200 IU

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E-Cap 200 IU

5.00৳ 

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Description

Indications

As a food supplement:

  • Vitamin E deficiency as a result of poor absorption
  • Increased needs as a result of a polyunsaturated fat-rich diet
  • For beautiful hair and skin
  • Antioxidant properties
  • Vitamin E deficiency causes hemolytic anemia.
  • Usage in medicine:
  • Cardiovascular disease (CVD) is a condition that affect
  • Poisoning from heavy metal
  • Poisoning by hepatotoxins
  • Hemolytic anemia is a kind of anemia in which the red blood cells
  • Treatment with oxygen
  • When there is a nutritional shortage.

 

Pharmacology

Vitamin E is an antioxidant that protects the body from damage. Vitamin E prevents oxidation of polyunsaturated fatty acids (components of the cellular membrane) and other oxygen-sensitive compounds like vitamin A and vitamin C. Vitamin E insufficiency in preterm infants can cause irritability, edema, thrombosis, and hemolytic anemia. In adults and children with low serum tocopherol concentrations, oxidative agents have been linked to creatinuria, ceroid deposition, muscular weakness, decreased erythrocyte survival, and enhanced in vitro hemolysis.

 

Dosage and Administration

  • Betterment of cardiovascular health: 400 IU-800 IU per day
  • Deficiency syndrome in adults: 200 IU-400 IU per day
  • Deficiency syndrome in children: 200 IU per day
  • Thalassemia: 800 IU per day
  • Sickle-cell anemia: 400 IU per day
  • Betterment of skin & hair: 200 IU-400 IU per day (Topical use is also established for beautification)
  • Chronic cold in adults: 200 IU per day

 

Interaction

Diazepam, warfarin, and phenytoin can all be delayed by omeprazole. When Omeprazole is added to the treatment, it may be required to reduce the amount of warfarin or phenytoin. Omeprazole does not appear to interact with theophylline, propranolol, or antacids.

 

Side effects

Overdosage (>1 gm) has been linked to hypertension, tiredness, diarrhea, and myopathy, among other minor adverse effects.

 

Pregnancy & Lactation

When taken at the authorized doses, vitamin E is safe during pregnancy and breastfeeding. Higher doses have not been proven.

 

Precautions & Warnings

In some patients, such as those using estrogens, it may increase the risk of thrombosis.

 

Therapeutic Class

Keep away from light and heat in a dry location. Keep out of children’s reach.

 

Storage Conditions

Keep away from light and heat in a dry location. Keep out of children’s reach.

 

Pharmaceutical Name

Drug International Ltd

 

Generic

Vitamin E [Alpha Tocopherol Acetate]