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Recoveron C (Acexamic Acid, Acexamate Sodium)

Active Ingredient: Acexamic Acid, Acexamate Sodium
Dosage: 5 g/100 g
Route of Administration: Oral, Local
Dosage Form: Cream
Quantity per package: 1 unit
Availability: Out of stock

Why is Recoveron C not used in the USA?

Recoveron C is not used in the USA likely because the active ingredients (Acexamic Acid and Acexamate Sodium) are not approved by the FDA for the treatment of gastrointestinal ulcers or they have not been marketed in the U.S. due to the presence of other more commonly prescribed medications that are already well-established in the market.

Similar Recoveron C Drugs Available in the USA

Below are drugs available in the USA similar to Recoveron C that are used to treat gastrointestinal ulcers, categorized by their mechanism of action or specific use:

Proton Pump Inhibitors (PPIs)

H2 Blockers

Antacids and Acid Reducers

See also  Eborix (Clebopride)

Other Medications for Ulcer Treatment

What is Recoveron C?

Recoveron C is a medicinal cream that can be taken orally to treat gastrointestinal ulcers, protecting the mucosa of the stomach and intestine. These active ingredients work by protecting the mucosa of the stomach and intestines, helping to promote healing and prevent further damage from acid. The cream can be also applied locally to wounds and burns without infection, where it is necessary to speed up the healing process.

Indications

This cream is used to treat wounds without infection where it is necessary to accelerate the healing process (surgical traumatic wounds, episiotomies, varicose ulcers, pressure ulcers, 1st and 2nd degree burns, nipple cracks).

Dosage and administration

The route of administration is local. Apply one to two times a day, after asepsis and antisepsis of the wound(s). For best results, it is advisable to apply Recoveron C on a gauze, instead of directly on the wound. The use of gauze is not essential due to its pharmaceutical presentation of cosmetic appearance.

Popularity and Use in Specific Countries

Recoveron C is popular in several countries where there might be higher prevalence of gastrointestinal disorders or where alternative treatment options are less available or more expensive. It is commonly used in parts of Latin America and some Asian countries where these conditions are prevalent and the medication has been found effective and affordable.

Contraindications

The cream is contraindicated in patients with hypersensitivity to the drug.

See also  Panclasa Solution (Phloroglucinol)

Side effects

Recoveron C has shown good tolerance, except for some cases of hypersensitivity to the active substance or to any of its excipients.

Overdose

The cream has been used in many conditions where the integrity of the skin has been damaged in varying degrees of injury. No signs of toxicity have been reported.

Interaction

The cream is applied locally and is not absorbed. Studies revealed no interactions.