ATC A11H A02
- vitamin B6 defficiency
- idiopathic sideroblastic anemia
- premenstrual syndrome
- vomiting during pregnancy
- pyridoxine metabolism disorder in women taking estrogens or contraceptives
- radiation disease
- amino acids metabolism disorder(cystinuria)
- alcoholic polyneuritis
- isoniazid, hydralazine, cycloserine, penicillamine therapy
- newborn convulsions caused by vitamin B6 deficiency
Vitamin B6 deficiency: 20-50 mg, up to 3 times a day.
Isoniazid induced neuropathy: Prophylaxis – 10 mg once daily.
Treatment – 50 mg three times a day.
Idiopathic sideroblastic anemia: 100-400 mg daily, divided into several doses.
Premenstrual syndrome: 50-100 mg daily, divided into several doses.
Vomiting during pregnancy: 20-100 mg daily, divided into several doses.
Amino acids metabolism disorder (cystinuria): 60 mg daily for 3 weeks, and 50 mg per day for life.
1 tablet contains 20 mg pyridoxine hydrochloride
Box of 20 tablets of 20 mg.