Panclasa: What is it? What is it for? Presentation, Drug Dynamics, Dosage and Pregnancy

Known as a remedy where its active component is Floroglucinol, which promotes driving and relaxation on the visceral muscle.

This significantly reduces the pain of intestinal pain caused by the shivering or distension of the smooth fibers of this organ.

The compound allows the permeability that starts in the oral mucosa and terminates in the gastrointestinal tract, the filtering process and response of the medication after consumption takes about 50 minutes.

Once the Panclasa is in the patient’s organism, it is quickly redistributed, being metabolized in the liver, reaching immediate results.

The kidneys fulfill their process of filtering the drug via urine 24 hours after its intake, it does not generate toxins and the expulsion of the active compound is also done in human feces.

Panclasa is also an antispasmodic for the bile ducts, operating in the same way in the female reproductive system, helping to prevent typical spasms of the uterus.

What is Panclasa for?

It works at structural levels within the human body, therefore they are described below:

Biliary tract:  Known spasmodic in this area, helping to execute the miorrelajante mechanism of the biliary emulsion achieving the descendimiento and exit of the kidney stones together with grit for the cases of lithiasis, therefore decreases the spasm in a lapse of 5 to 10 minutes , while its effect has an average of 4 to 6 minutes of protection and durability.

Urinary tract:  Achieves the destruction of kidney stones, as well as the change of them to the urinary meatus, providing the correct strain of the disease, prevents the formation of grit.

Genital organs:  It is located in the ailment of dysmenorrhea, contributing to the spasms generated by the uterine muscle and other affections of the female reproductive system.

Digestive tract:  Relieves smooth muscles, softening colon discomfort or spasmodic antagonize with acetylcholine.

Pediatric: It  works as an antispasmodic to soften the inflammation of infantile colic, transient dyspepsia of the baby, enteritis and colic due to overgrowth of the infant’s intestine.

Presentation

It comes in oral solution (in boxes of 30 capsules), and injectable.

Each box contains:

  • Floroglucinol: 80.00 mg
  • Trimetilfloroglucinol: 80.00 mg
  • Excipient, cbp: 1 capsule.
  • Oral solution: Natural and Lemon.

Each 100 ml contains:

  • Floroglucinol: 2 g
  • Vehículo, cbp: 100 ml.

Injectable solution, each 2 ml ampoule contains:

  • Floroglucinol: 40 mg
  • Trimetilfloroglucinol: 0.04 mg
  • Vehículo, cbp: 2 ml.

Drug Dynamics

Panclasa is a composition of triphenols (trihydroxybenzene and trimethoxybenzene), which has been evidence according to scientific studies, that this compound has no toxicity on animals, trimethoxybenzene stimulates the relief of smooth muscles, without causing heart disease, being its action more durable and combined with diuretics.

Pharmaceutical Studies

Publications in the hands of experts with healthy people, but with various galenic structures of the active compound (gastrointestinal and sublingual release tablets), showed that the permeability of Floroglucionol does not develop pharmacological conditions or those where the patient requires therapy after Panclasa intake.

Also, its oral consumption achieves a plasma contour because the absorption properties are effectively diluted.

Clinical charts that require the intake of medication

  • Chronic proctitis
  • Gastroenterocolitis.
  • Lambliasis.
  • Acute appendicitis.
  • General Heartburn
  • Pirosas .

Dosage – Dosage

  • Oral: Recommended 3 to 6 rationed tablets with hour intervals, under the recommendations of your specialist and the degree of the condition.
  • Administration recommended by the drug: It is recommended for adolescents an amount of 6 mg / kg of their weight during the 24 hours, divided into 3 doses with an interval of each 8 hours.

Infants:

  • 2 to 6 months: 13 drops every 8 hours.
  • 7 to 12 months: 20 drops every 8 hours.

Children:

  • 2 to 4 years: 30 drops every 8 hours.
  • 5 to 7 years: 40 drops every 8 hours.
  • 8 to 10 years: 1 ml is equivalent to 20 drops and 20 mg of floroglucinol.

Applications according to ailment for intravenous administration

  • Nephritic, hepatic or biliary colic: 1-2 vials.
  • Dysmenorrhea 1-2 ampoules.

Panclasa in Pregnancy

During pregnancy, the symptoms of spasm in women diminish, including:

  • Contractions of the uterus.
  • Discomfort in the ligaments.
  • Digestive ailments
  • Pains in the intestine.

Panclasa should be consumed specifically during the first trimester of pregnancy.

It can be taken during the three trimesters of pregnancy, since it does not generate adverse effects in the mother and the baby, following the indications of its specialist and respecting the assigned dose.

If necessary, consume in situations of serious discomfort or systematically for chronic ailments.