Simple ascorbic acid preparations. Ascorbic acid (vitamin C)
Ascorbic acid (vitamin C) is a water-soluble vitamin that promoted optimal tissue metabolism. It actively participates in redox reactions, forms the proton transport system together with dehydroascorbic acid, acts as antioxidant supporting stability of the cell membranes.
Hypovitaminosis C, scurvy, bleeding (uterine, pulmonary, nasal, hepatic), hemorrhagic diathesis, bleeding due to radiation sickness, various intoxications and infections, nephropathy of pregnancy, Addisonian crisis, anticoagulant overdose, bone fractures and wounds with poor granulation, various types of dystrophy, mental stress and hard physical labor.
The drug is administered as an intravenous push or drip, or intramuscular injection.
An intravenous push should take 1 to 3 minutes. For intravenous drip, dissolve a single dose in 50–100 mL of 0.9% sodium chloride solution and introduce by slow intravenous infusion at 30–40 drops per minute.
Intramuscular injections should be performed deeply into the muscle.
Doses should be selected on an individual basis, considering the nature and severity of the disease.