Uses of the drug Tarvieyes
Tarvieyes is a combination product of Sodium Chondroitin sulfate, Vitamin A, Choline, vitamins B1 and B2. This product is indicated for patients with abnormal ocular manifestations.
1. What is Tarvieyes?
What is Tarvieyes drug? Tarvieyes softgels have the main ingredients including Sodium Chondroitin sulfate 100mg, Vitamin A (Retinyl palmitate) 2500 IU, Choline bitartrate 25mg, Vitamin B1 (Thiamine hydrochloride) 20mg, Vitamin B2 (Riboflavin) 5mg. Tarvieyes is manufactured by Ha Tay Pharmaceutical Joint Stock Company - VIETNAM and circulated on the market with registration number VD-26831-17.
The ingredients in the drug Tarvieyes have the following effects:
Sodium chondroitin Sulfate helps to increase the stability of intracellular collagen, thereby increasing the stability of the optic nerve and eyelash muscle...; Riboflavin (vitamin B2) is an antioxidant that, when used, helps control oxidation in the body, including in the eyes. According to research, a diet rich in riboflavin is associated with a reduced risk of developing cataracts; Thiamine hydrochloride (vitamin B1) is an essential vitamin for aerobic metabolism, cell growth, nerve impulse conduction and acetylcholine synthesis; Choline bitartrate, retinyl palmitate are necessary substances for the development and maintenance of the epithelium, helping to restore the function of the visual muscles and protect the cornea as well as prevent the aging process of the eyes.
2. Indications and contraindications of the drug Tarvieyes
2.1. Indications Tarvieyes is indicated in the following situations:
Treatment of eye strain, eye pain or night blindness; Nutritional supplementation in patients with impaired vision. 2.2. Contraindications Tarvieyes is contraindicated in the following cases:
Patients with hypersensitivity to the active ingredients in the drug; Concomitant use of Tarvieyes with other drugs containing vitamin A is contraindicated.
3. Dosage, how to use the drug Tarvieyes
Tarvieyes prepares soft capsules for oral use with specific doses as follows:
Adults: 1 Tarvieyes tablet x 2 times/day; Children: 1 tablet of Tarvieyes x 1 time/day. Overdose of Tarvieyes and treatment:
Patients with an overdose of Tarvieyes recommended may have symptoms such as pain in one leg, hair loss, loss of appetite, weight loss, headache, diarrhea, vomiting... Patients taking Tarvieyes and having the above symptoms should stop taking the drug and notify the doctor immediately; Treatment: Mainly symptomatic treatment and support when necessary.
4. Side effects of the drug Tarvieyes
When using Tarvieyes, patients may experience some unwanted effects related to each active ingredient in the preparation, specifically as follows:
Sodium chondroitin sulfate: Nausea, vomiting, diarrhea or mild stomach pain, some patients experience irregular heartbeat or swollen eyelids, leg swelling and hair loss; Choline Bitartrate: Fish odor syndrome, occurring in patients with a deficiency of the trimethylamine-N-oxide metabolizing enzyme; Retinyl palmitate (vitamin A): Side effects will appear when taking high doses of vitamin A for a long time or when taking very high doses of vitamin A; Riboflavin: No undesirable effects have been observed when using riboflavin. Patients taking high doses of Riboflavin may change the color of their urine to pale yellow and affect the results of some urine tests; Thiamine hydrochloride: Adverse reactions are rare and usually have allergic-type symptoms. Some patients experience profuse sweating, acute hypertension or skin rash, pruritus, urticaria, dyspnea.
5. Tarvieyes drug interactions
Drug interaction of Tarvieyes is the interaction of the ingredients in the drug, specifically as follows:
Sodium chondroitin sulfate increases the anticoagulant effect of anticoagulants (such as Warfarin). This interaction can cause serious bleeding, so do not combine Tarvieyes with Warfarin; Choline Bitartrate: Choline works with vitamins B6, B12 and folic acid to play a role in homocysteine metabolism; Methotrexate co-administered with Tarvieyes may reduce the metabolites of choline, whereas studies in rats have shown that choline causes recurrent methotrexate-induced fatty liver; Retinyl palmitate (vitamin A); Neomycin, Cholestyramine, Liquid Paraffin reduce the absorption of vitamin A; Oral contraceptives may increase vitamin A plasma concentrations and adversely affect fertility; Concomitant use of vitamin A and isotretinoin can lead to conditions such as vitamin A overdose, therefore the concomitant use of Tarvieyes and Isotretinoin should be avoided; Riboflavin: Some cases of "riboflavin deficiency" have been reported with the use of Clopromazine, Imipramine, Amitriptylin and Adriamycin; Alcohol can interfere with the absorption of riboflavin in the intestines; Probenecid used with riboflavin reduces the absorption of riboflavin in gastrointestinal tract; Thiamine hydrochloride may falsify certain laboratory tests (including blood uric acid or urobilinogenuria). Therefore, patients taking Tarvieyes should inform their doctor before performing these tests. To avoid Tarvieyes drug interactions, patients need to inform their doctors about the drugs, herbs, and supplements they are using so that the doctor will consider and prescribe them from that facility. Specify the most appropriate dose.
6. Be careful when using the drug Tarvieyes
Use caution when using Tarvieyes in the following cases:
Patients need to adhere to the correct dosage and usage of Tarvieyes. Children taking Tarvieyes should be closely supervised by a parent or adult. Vitamin A should not be used more than 5000 IU per day, so it is necessary to pay attention to the diet with foods rich in vitamin A while taking Tarvieyes. Patients who are being treated with other medications or women who are pregnant should consult their doctor or pharmacist before taking Tarvieyes. In particular, pregnant women who take more than 5000 IU of vitamin A per day have the potential to cause birth defects. Tarvieyes is a combination product of Sodium Chondroitin sulfate, Vitamin A, Choline, vitamins B1 and B2. Tarvieyes is indicated for the treatment of eye strain, eye pain, night blindness. In addition, the drug also has the effect of supplementing nutrients in patients with impaired vision. Patients should carefully read the instructions for use, and consult their doctors and pharmacists for advice to improve the effectiveness of treatment and avoid unwanted side effects.
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