L-Thyroxin - the medication that replenishes the deficiency of thyroid hormones.
After partial conversion into lyotyronine (in the liver and kidneys) and the transition into the cells of the body, it affects to the development and growth of tissues, to the metabolism.
In small doses L-Thyroxin has an anabolic effect on protein and fat metabolism.
In medium doses L-Thyroxin stimulates growth and development, raises the need for tissues in oxygen, stimulates the metabolism of proteins, fats and carbohydrates, increases the functional activity of the cardiovascular system and the central nervous system.
In large doses L-Thyroxin inhibits the production of thyrotropin-releasing hormone of the hypothalamus and thyroid-stimulating hormone of the pituitary gland.
- Hypothyroidism (hypofunction of the thyroid gland) of any genesis: primary and secondary hypothyroidism, after operations on the struma, as a result of therapy with radioactive iodine (as a substitution therapy)
- Prevention of recurrence of nodular goiter after surgery at normal thyroid function.
- Graves-Basedow disease (diffuse goiter)
- In the treatment of hyperthyroidism with thyreostatic
Malignant thyroid tumor, mainly after the surgery, for suppression tumor recurrence and as a substitute therapy.
Increased individual sensitivity, acute myocardial infarction, untreated adrenal cortex insufficiency, acute myocarditis, untreated insufficiency of adrenal function
Package: 100 tabs 150 mkg