How to send the medicine correctly
Source: Learning Legion · China Army No.
Some time ago, a warrior Xiao Xu went to the 909th Hospital of the Lianqin Purifier for his physical discomfort. After the doctor’s examination, the diagnosis of Xiao Xu was indigestion, and gave him a digestive polyzyme tablets. After taking the medicine for a few days, the symptoms have not improved. At the time of retraining, the doctor learned that Xiao Xu was accustomed to taking medicine with tea. The doctor told him that the tannic acid in the tea is easy to chemically react with polymethyst tablets, which may weaken the efficacy, and tell him to use boiled water to send drugs in the future.
Chen Jinshan, director of the pharmaceutical department, introduced that in addition to paying attention to usage and dosage when medication, the medicine should be taken correctly. In daily life, some comrades will use tea, fruit juice, milk and other drinks to send drugs. This approach is incorrect. The tannic acid in the tea is easy to chemically react with the drug; the main component of the blood supplement is iron, such as serving with tea, the tannic acid in the tea will be combined with iron to generate insoluble compounds and affect the absorption of drugs. Calcium, magnesium and other minerals in milk are also easy to chemically react with drugs. The juice generally contains vitamins and fruit acid. The acidic substances easily break down the drug, which is not conducive to the absorption of the human body.
For general oral drugs, it is recommended to use 150 to 200 ml of boiled water. Water has the effect of protecting and moist esophageal. Putting water can accelerate the dissolution of drugs in the gastrointestinal tract, promote the absorption of drugs in the human body, and at the same time can accelerate the excretion of drugs and reduce the side effects of drugs. Do not drink too much water when you take the medicine. Drinking too much water during medication will dilute the gastric juice, accelerate the stomach empty, which is not conducive to drug absorption. Some drugs can choose the appropriate delivery method according to the nature of the drug. If you can choose rice soup, it can not only protect the stomach, but also help enhance the efficacy.
Some drugs may cause damage to the kidneys. It is recommended to drink more than 2,000 ml of water per day after taking the medicine to speed up the drug excretion. For example, after taking anorectal anti -wind drugs, drink 2,000 to 2500 ml daily to reduce the risk of illumin stones and uric acid deposition in the kidney. After taking urination stones, you should also drink a lot of water. It is best to maintain a day urine volume of 2500 to 3000 ml, which helps promote stones to discharge. After taking some drugs, drink less water or not even drink water in a short period of time to avoid affecting the efficacy. Such as aluminum hydroxide gel, sulfur and aluminum aluminum, etc., should not drink water within half an hour before and after taking it; coughing drugs such as cough syrup, Chuanbei cough and dew, should not drink water immediately after taking it.
Pay attention to the water temperature when delivering medicine. Some drugs will cause physical and chemical reactions after fever, resulting in the decline in drug absorption, distribution, metabolism, and even losing the effect. For example, vitamin drugs are easily oxidized after fever; drugs containing active protein will be degraded and solidified after heat; honeysuckle, Bupleurum, Mint and other traditional Chinese medicines contain volatile oil, which is easy to decompose after heat; Use hot water to take the capsule preparation, which will accelerate the dissolution of the capsule and quickly release the drug, which may affect the treatment effect; cough syrup is covered with viscous syrup to the surface of the inflamed pharynx mucosa surface. , A protective thin film cannot be formed on the surface of the mucosa of the pharynx, which will greatly reduce the efficacy of the drug.
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