Naltima

 


WHAT IS NALTIMA?


  - NALTIMA is a specific long-acting opioid antagonist.


  - It is used as an additional therapy for the treatment of opioid and alcohol addicts.


  - The effect of NALTIMA  will reduce the desire for taking opioids or alcohol.


 


IN WHICH CONDITIONS  YOU SHOULD NOT TAKE TAKE NALTIMA?


  • If you have acute hepatitis

   

  • If you have a severe liver or renal function disorder


  • If you are an opioid addict and you are still taking opioids, because of the possible occurrence of acute abstinence syndrome


  • If you have a positive result of a screening test on opioids or a naloxone provocation test wasunsuccessful


  • At the same time, drugs containing opioids


  • If you have symptoms of acute abstinence syndrome


 

WHEN TAKING NALTIMA TAKE A SPECIAL CARE:


- Never take opioids and alcohol after taking NALTIMA tablets.


- Although NALTIMA will prevent some of the effects, if you take a high dose of an opioid, there may be respiratory and circulatory disorders (opioid poisoning).


- Do not use NALTIMA if you are still opioid dependent, as NALTIMA will in this case cause


- severe, life-threatening symptoms of abstinence


- Taking NALTIMA with food or drinks


- NALTIMA does not interact with food or drink.


- The use of NALTIMA in the period of pregnancy and lactation is not recommended.


- The influence of NALTIMA on the management of motor vehicles and machine handling


- NALTIMA can cause dizziness and smallness, as well as reduced attention and drowsiness, and can therefore endanger


- Mental and/or physical abilities necessary to perform potentially dangerous tasks, such as managementmotor vehicles or machinery.During treatment with NALTIMA, do not drive and use machines.


 

HOW  NALTIMA IS USED?


 - Usage in adults


 - The drug is administered orally.


 -The recommended starting dose of NALTIMA is 25 mg (half the tablet), followed by the usual dose of one tablet of 50 mg per day.


 - The dosage regimen may be modified to improve the complication, so that the drug is administered three times a week, on as follows: 2 tablets (100 mg NALTIMA) on Monday, 2 tablets (100 mg NALTIMAand 3 tablets (150 mg NALTIMA)on Friday.


 - A daily dose of 150 mg NALTIMA should not be exceeded as this may lead to increased incidence



Side effects


  -  It should be considered that the treatment will last for three months, but the need for its prolongation may also be indicated.


  -  Use in children and adolescent under the age of  18 years


  - NALTIMA is not recommended for use in children and adolescents under the age of 18


 


WHAT ARE SIDE EFFECTS?


    · Headaches, sleep problems, restlessness, nervousness, abdominal pain, abdominal cramps, nausea, nausea, vomiting, joint pain and muscle pain, fatigue.


    · Anxiety, increased energy, anxiety, irritability, mood swings, thirst, stunted, trembling,


   ·  Increased sweating, vertigo, increased eye narrowing, chest pain, diarrhea, constipation, rash, urinary retention,


   ·  Delayed ejaculation, weakened full strength, loss of appetite.


   · Depression, suicidal ideas, attempted suicide, speech disorders, liver function disorders.


   ·  Idiopathic thrombocytopenic purpura, anxiety, euphoria, hallucinations, tremor, exanthem.


 


 

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Naltima

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Tags:  opioid dependence and alcohol addiction.