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Carbamazepine Tablets.

Effects and efficacy:
It can be used for simple or complex partial seizures of epilepsy, primary or secondary generalized tonic-clonic seizures. It can be used for trigeminal neuralgia and glossopharyngeal neuralgia, and can also be used for long-term preventive medication after the relief of trigeminal neuralgia; it can also be used for multiple sclerosis, diabetic peripheral neuropathy, trauma and post-herpetic pain. It is used for central partial diabetes insipidus. It is used to prevent or treat bipolar disorder. It is used for schizophrenic affective disorders, refractory schizophrenia and loss of control syndrome related to limbic system dysfunction. It is used for restless legs syndrome (RLS) and hemifacial spasm. It is used for alcohol withdrawal syndrome.
Usage and dosage:
The initial dose for the treatment of epilepsy in adults is 100-200 mg each time, 1-2 times a day; gradually increase the dose until the best effect is achieved (usually 400 mg each time, 2-3 times a day), and some patients need to increase to 1600 mg per day. Please follow the doctor’s advice for details. Children’s use is 10-20 mg/kg per day according to body weight. Under 12 months old, 100-200mg daily; 1-5 years old, 200-400mg daily; 6-10 years old, 400-600mg daily; 11-15 years old, 600-1000mg daily, taken in divided doses. Or children aged 4 years or younger, the initial dose is 20-60mg daily, and then increase by 20-60mg every other day; children over 4 years old, the initial dose can be 100mg daily, and then increase by 100mg every week. Children should take medication under the guidance of a doctor and adult supervision. The initial dose for the treatment of trigeminal neuralgia is 200-400mg daily, gradually increasing until the pain is relieved (usually 200mg each time, 3-4 times a day), and then the dose is gradually reduced to the lowest sustainable dose. Please consult a doctor for details. The recommended initial dose for elderly patients is 100mg each time, twice a day. Please follow the doctor’s advice for details.
Adverse reactions:
In the early stage of medication or when the initial dosage is too large or when taken by elderly patients, adverse reactions of the central nervous system (dizziness, headache, ataxia, drowsiness, fatigue, diplopia) may occur; gastrointestinal discomfort (such as nausea, vomiting) and skin allergic reactions. Common adverse reactions are as follows: Cardiovascular system: hypotension, etc.; Skin system: pruritus, rash, etc.; Gastrointestinal tract: constipation, nausea, vomiting, dry mouth, etc.; Hematology: anemia, etc.; Neuropsychiatric system: weakness, ataxia, dizziness, bipolar disorder, epileptic seizures, drowsiness, etc.; Ophthalmology: blurred vision, nystagmus, etc. Adverse reactions related to dose usually subside within a few days on their own or after reducing the dose. Adverse reactions of the central nervous system may be a manifestation of excessive dose or significant fluctuations in blood drug concentration. In this case, blood drug concentration should be monitored, the daily dose should be reduced and taken in 3-4 times. Please consult a doctor for details.
Drug contraindications:
Allergic to this product is prohibited. Use with caution during pregnancy and lactation.

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