Analogues of Mildronate

May 08, 2018 09:45 | Medications

Mildronate is a drug that normalizes metabolism and energy supply of cells. The active substance - meldonium( trimethylhydrazinium propionate) is a structural analogue of gamma-butyrobetaine, a component that is present in every cell of the human body.

With increased load, Mildronate helps restore equilibrium between the oxygen demand for cells and their delivery, prevents the accumulation of toxic metabolic products in cells, protects cells from damage, and has a toning effect.

With its application, the body is able to better withstand loads and quickly restore energy reserves. This property of Mildronate is used in the therapy of various disorders of the functioning of the cardiovascular system and cerebral blood supply.

In chronic and acute disorders of cerebral circulation, the use of the drug improves blood circulation in the ischemic focus, promotes its redistribution towards the ischemic site.

In heart failure - increases myocardial contractility, reduces the frequency of angina attacks, increases endurance to physical exertion.

The drug is effective in increasing mental and physical performance, dystrophic and vascular pathology of the fundus, functional disorders of the nervous system in withdrawal syndrome in patients with chronic alcoholism.

Analogues

The following medicines can be classified as Mildronate analogues:

  • Angiocardi;
  • Vasomag;
  • Vasonate;
  • Idrinol;
  • Cardioth;
  • Medaternn;
  • Meldonium;
  • Organic Meldonium;
  • Meldonium-Binergium;
  • by Meldonius-Eskom;
  • Meldonium dihydrate;
  • MEFFOR;
  • Midolat;
  • Mildroxine;
  • Mildrockard;
  • Metamax;
  • Methyldrone;
  • Trisipine;
  • Trimedronate.

The composition of these drugs includes the same active substance - meldonium, which improves the energy metabolism of the heart and other organs. They all have a similar therapeutic effect and are intended for the treatment of the following diseases and conditions:

  • ischemic heart disease: myocardial infarction, angina( in complex therapy);
  • chronic heart failure( in complex therapy);
  • dyshormonal cardiomyopathy( in complex therapy);
  • disturbances of cerebral blood supply: strokes, cerebrovascular insufficiency( in complex therapy);
  • abstinence syndrome with chronic alcoholism( as part of special therapy);
  • reduced performance, physical overexertion( including sports character);
  • hemophthalmus, bleeding in the retina of the eye of various origins;
  • thrombosis of the central vein of the retina and its branches:
  • diabetic and hypertensive retinopathy;
  • recovery after severe diseases.

Any replacement of a prescribed preparation with an analogue should be performed only as directed by a physician.

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