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Azilect Tablets 0,5 mg (Parkinson)
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General information on Azilect Tablets 0,5 mg from Japan.
Azilect Tablets is a medication used for effective and professional treatment of Parkinson's disease. The active ingredient, rasagiline mesylate, is a selective monoamine oxidase inhibitor (MAOI) that works by increasing dopamine levels in the brain. Azilect is made by Teva Pharmaceutical Industries Ltd.
Package details: 100 tablets
Active component: Rasagiline mesilate
Dosage and Administration
Azilect Tablets 0.5 mg are available in two strengths: 0.5mg and 1mg (please inquiry our support if you need this dosage). The recommended starting dose is 1mg per day (two tablets of this product), taken orally, with or without food. However, the dosage may be adjusted by a healthcare provider depending on the patient's response and tolerance.
Contraindications and Precautions of Azilect Tablets 0.5 mg
Patients who are allergic to rasagiline or have severe liver or kidney disease should not take Azilect Tablets. It is also contraindicated to use Azilect with other MAO inhibitors or other medications that contain the active ingredient selegiline. Caution is advised when taking Azilect with certain medications such as fluoxetine and other SSRIs, as well as meperidine and other opioids. This product may cause somnolence and other side effects, so please consult your doctor or / and inquiry the full list of side effects from us.
Medical Effects and Clinical Studies of Azilect Tablets from Japan
Azilect has been shown to be effective in the following case:
- to improve symptoms of Parkinson's disease
- to improve tremors, stiffness, and slowness of movement.
- studies have also shown that it can improve overall quality of life for Parkinson's patients.
One study published in the New England Journal of Medicine found that patients who took Azilect had a slower decline in function compared to those who took a placebo. Another study published in the Journal of Parkinson's Disease found that Azilect can help reduce the frequency and severity of "off" episodes, which are periods of time when Parkinson's symptoms return despite medication.
Azilect Tablets from Japan is a medication used to treat Parkinson's disease. It works effectively by increasing dopamine levels in the brain. The recommended starting dose is 1mg per day, taken orally. Patients who are allergic to rasagiline or have severe liver or kidney disease should not take Azilect. Caution is advised when taking Azilect with certain medications. Clinical studies have shown that Azilect can improve Parkinson's symptoms and overall quality of life. A slower decline in function was observed in patients who took Azilect compared to those who took a placebo. Another study found that Azilect can help reduce the frequency and severity of "off" episodes.