Each 10ml ampoule contains:
Vitamin B1 20mg Nicotinamide 50mg Vitamin B2: 2mg Sodium Pantothenate 1mg Vitamin B6 2mg
Thiiimine Hydrochlori(Jl� is 3 - ((4 - amino - 2 - melhylpyrimidin - 5 - yl) mclhyl j - 5 - ( 2 -hydmjtyethyl ) - 4 - mcthyllhlMZcilium chloride hydrochloride, Ribt)fl:ivin sodium phosphate is the dehydrate of the monosodium salt of 3, 10-dihydro-7,8-dimethy 1-10-[ (2S,3S,4R)-2,3,4-trihy-droxypenty1)]-benzopteridine-2,4-dione-5’-phosphate. Pyridoxine Hydrochloride is 5-hydroxy-6-methylpyridine-3-4-dimethanol hydrochloride. Nicotinamide is pyridine-3-carboxamide. Sodium Pantothenate is calcium Sodium(R)-N-(2,4-dihydroxy-3,3-dimethy1-1-oxobuty1) -β-alaninate.
Thiamine is an essential coenzyme for-carbohydrate metabolism.Thiamine deficiency develops when the dietary intake is inadequite; severe deficiency leads to the development of a syndrome, known us beri-beri. Chronic dry beri-beri is characterized by peripheral neuritis,bradycardia muscle weakness and paralysis. Acute ' wet‘ beri - beri is characterized by cardiac failure and oedema.DemyeIination of the central nervous system may develop in severe cases of thiamine deficiency. Riboflavin is essential for the utilisation of energy from food. The iictive Davine mononucleotide and flavine adenine dinucleotide are involved as coenzymes m oxidalive/rcductivc mctabolic reaction.Riboflsivin dcficicncy develops when the dietary intake is inadequate.Deficiency lends (o Ihc development ol' a well - defined syiidromt known as ariboflavinosis, c ha rude ri zed by'cheilosis,angular stomatitis, glossitis ami scborrhocic keratosis of the nose and nnogcnitil region. There may also be ocular symptoms iiicliuling itching and hurniiig of the eyes, photophobia and corncal vascularisation.PyridoKine is involved principally in umitio add metabolism，but is also involved in carbohydrate and fat metabolism.lt is also required for the formation of haemoglobin.Pyridoxinc deficiency in adults leads lo the development of peripheral neuritis,deficiency in children also affects the CNS. II is used in the treatment of sideroblastic enemies, in certain metabolic disorders. Nicotinamide and Nicotinic acid occurs naturally iivthc body arc vitamin li subslanccs,which iire converted to nicotinamide adenine dinucIei)lidc(NAD) :ind nicotinamide adenine dlnucloctidc phosphate (N A DP).These cwnzymcs arc involved in electron lr;inst'cr read ion in the respiralnry chain.Nicotiiumiitlc ami Nicotinic acid are used in ihc lrc;Umcnl and prevention of nicotinic acUl deficiency.Its deficiency develops when the dieUiry intake is inadcqiiate.Deficiency leds to the development of tlic syndrome known as pellagra,characterized by skin lesion, especially on areas exposed lo sunlight, with hyperpigmentation and hyperkerdiinisiticin.Other symptoms include diarrhoea，abdominal pel in, glossitis, stomiitilis, loss of appetite, hcudache, lelhiirgy, tind menial neurologiail disturbances. Dexpanthenol is the alcoholic analogue of D-Pantothenic acid and is considered to be a vitamin B substance.It has been used in a variety of conditions including contorl gastrointestinal atony.
It is contra - indicated in haemophiliacs and in patients with ileus due to mechanical obstruction.
Rarely hypersensilivity reactions or allergy and other side effects are associated with long. term administration of large doses.
It may be given by intramuscular or intravenous injection in dose of 10ml or daily for adults. Or in a dose decided by a registered mcdical practitioner only.
Ampoules of 10ml of 50 ampoules. Medicines keep out of reach of children。
Store below 25 degrees celsius. Protect from moisture. Keep out of reach of children.