Heraclene (Dibencozide) Capsule

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Heraclene (Dibencozide) Capsule Active ingredients- Dibencozide Mechanism of action Heraclene (Dibencozide) Capsule amplifies the protein "effectiveness coefficient" for example, the proportion of "bound nitrogen" for protein fabrication in

Heraclene (Dibencozide) Capsule

Active ingredients- Dibencozide

Mechanism of action

Heraclene (Dibencozide) Capsule amplifies the protein "effectiveness coefficient" for example, the proportion of "bound nitrogen" for protein fabrication in the system evaluated to "consumed nitrogen" with food ingestion. The preliminary symptom of efficiency is apparent by a noticeable boost in desire for food.

Thus, Heraclene (Dibencozide) Capsule aids optimal consumption of nutritional protein ingestion and helps in the development and restoration of body tissues and kindles in the body the desire for food.

ATC classification

Heraclene capsule is from the group of vitamin B12 (cyanocobalamin and analogues) and is administered for taking care of anemia.

Heraclene Forte Indications

Heraclene (Dibencozide) Capsules are prescribed or used for taking care of low birth weight, premature babies, retarded growth, poor desire for food in infants, kids as well as adults.

It also may be used for treating tuberculosis and additional persistent diseases, recuperating from severe surgery or infection and defective nutrition in elderly patients.

Heraclene (Dibencozide) Capsules might also be approved for taking care of additional disease not listed above.

Dosage and administration

Adults: 2 to 3 capsules every day at regular intervals.

Children and Adolescents: 1 to 2 capsules every day at regular intervals.

Premature Babies and kids below 2 years of age: a capsule every day daily (Heraclene (Dibencozide) Capsule can be released and the fragrance-free, flavorless powder mixed with water, juice or milk).

Heraclene (Dibencozide) Capsules can be used before or after food but advised to use it with meal or after meal to avoid any contradictions.

Heraclene side effects

All drugs are subject to side effects and it may vary from individual to individual. Use the drug exactly as prescribed by your doctor and in case of any symptoms of adverse reactions, stop using the drug immediately and consult a doctor. No major adverse reactions have been associated to the use of Heraclene (Dibencozide) Capsules.

Minor side effects include nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, acidity, headache, stomach upset and other GI disorders. Inform your doctor in case any such symptoms become chronic and troublesome.

Stop using the drug immediately and seek for immediate medical help in case of any symptoms of allergic reactions such as rashes, hives and inflammation.

 

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