It is a derivative of pyrazolone, a cyclooxygenase blocker. It decreases prostaglandin production from arachidonic acid.
Pain of various origin: headache, toothache, neuralgia, radiculitis, muscle and joint pain, menstrual pain. As an adjuvant drug for pain relief after surgical and diagnostic interventions. Hyperthermic syndrome in infectious and inflammatory diseases.
Use in adults and children aged 14 years and over orally 250–500 mg (½–1 tablet) 1–2 times per day. The tablets are taken after a meal, without chewing, without dissolving, with an adequate amount of water.
The maximum daily dose is 1 g.
In children aged between 12 and 14 years, 250 mg 1–2 times daily.
Analgin is intended for short-term symptomatic use. The course of treatment should be no longer than 3 days.
If the symptoms of the disease do not disappear in 3 days, a physician should be consulted regarding further use of the drug.