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Nicergoline is an ergot derivative used primarily to treat senile dementia and other disorders which are known to have a vascular origin. It is known to decrease vascular resistance and increase arterial blood flow within the brain, thus improving the utilization of oxygen and glucose uptake by brain cells.
- Cerebral atherosclerosis;
- Thrombosis and embolism of cerebral vessels;
- Transient cerebrovascular disorders of the ischemic type;
- Obliterating endarteritis;
- Raynaud syndrome;
- Hypertensive crisis (parenteral administration of the drug as an adjuvant);
- Arterial hypertension (as part of combination therapy).
Produced by Pfizer, USA / Italy.
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Dosage and administration
The drug is taken orally.
Chronic cerebral circulatory disorders, vascular cognitive impairment, post-stroke states: 10 mg 3 times/day. The therapeutic effect of the drug is developing gradually and the treatment course should be at least 3 months.
Vascular dementia: 30 mg 2 times/day. In this case, the patient is recommended every 6 months to consult with the doctor about whether to continue therapy.
Peripheral blood flow disorders: 10 mg 3 times/day for a long time (several months).
Hypersensitivity to nicergoline, heavy bleeding, acute myocardial infarction, orthostatic [postural] hypotension, expressed bradycardia, pregnancy, lactation period, and children under 18 years old.
In very rare cases, clinically irrelevant side effects were noted: Hypotension and dizziness, very slight gastric distress, flushing, sleepiness, and insomnia.
Treatment: You should take the horizontal position for a few minutes.
Potentiate action of antihypertensive drugs.
Caution should be used in administering Sermion in patients with hyperuricemia or with a history of gout and/or under treatment with drugs that might be able to interfere with the metabolism and excretion of uric acid. Sermion may potentiate the effect of antihypertensive drugs.
Pfizer, USA / Italy.