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Activated charcoal

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2019-09-19
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Clinical Pharmacology

Activated charcoal - adsorbing agent.

Provides enterosorbing, detoxification and antidiarrheal effect.

It has a large surface activity and high sorption capacity.

Activated charcoal can adsorb gases, toxic substances, heavy metal salts, alkaloids and glycosides, medicinal substances, endo-and exotoxins from the gastrointestinal tract.

Indications

  • dyspepsia,
  • intoxication in dysentery,
  • salmonellosis,
  • food toxicoinfection,
  • flatulence,
  • hypersecretion of hydrochloric acid in the stomach,
  • allergic diseases
  • chemical poisoning
  • drugs (including alkaloids, heavy metal salts);
  • to reduce gas formation in preparation for X-ray and endoscopic studies.

Composition

1 tablet contains charcoal activated 0.25 g

Activated charcoal is marketed under different brands and generic names, and comes in different dosage forms:

Brand nameManufacturerCountryDosage form
Activated charcoal Pharmstandard Russia pills
Activated charcoal pills
Activated charcoal PFK Obnovlenie Russia pills
Carbopect Medisorb Russia capsules
Activated charcoal Uralbiopharm Russia pills

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Activated charcoal

Dosage and Administration

Inside 250-750 mg 3-4 times a day.

When used as an antidote, the dosage regimen is individual.

Adverse reactions

  • constipation,
  • diarrhea,
  • with prolonged use - hypovitaminosis, a violation of the absorption of nutrients from the gastrointestinal tract.
  • idiosyncrasy of the drug Activated charcoal,
  • ulcerative lesions of the gastrointestinal tract (including gastric ulcer and duodenal ulcer, ulcerative colitis),
  • bleeding from the digestive tract.

Drug interactions

Activated charcoal has adsorbing properties and, while being taken in high doses with other drugs, can significantly reduce their absorption from the gastrointestinal tract, which leads to a decrease in the effectiveness of other drugs.

Special instructions

After receiving the charcoal, activated feces turn black.

  • Brand name: Activated charcoal
  • Active ingredient: Activated charcoal
  • Dosage form: Pills
  • Manufacturer: Pharmstandard
  • Country of Origin: Russia

Studies and clinical trials of Activated charcoal (Click to expand)

  1. Effect of activated charcoal on patulin, fumaric acid and some other properties of apple juice
  2. Adsorption phase equilibrium correlations: Light-hydrocarbon vapors on activated charcoal
  3. Thermodynamic properties of adsorbed mixtures of benzene and cyclohexane on graphitized carbon and activated charcoal at 30°C
  4. Wood charcoal and activated carbon dust pneumoconiosis in three workers
  5. Studies on syntheses and permeabilities of special polymer membranes. XVIII. Ultrafiltration, hydrolysis, and adsorption characteristics of membranes from cellulose nitrate, urease, stylite, and activated charcoal
  6. Polymerization of hexamethyldisiloxane by plasma on activated charcoal: Investigation of parameters
  7. Activated charcoal-loaded composite membranes of sodium alginate in pervaporation separation of water-organic azeotropes
  8. Sorptive removal of methylene blue from aqueous solutions by polymer/activated charcoal composites
  9. The effect of activated charcoal on mouse sleep times induced by intravenously administered hypnotics
  10. Medium-induced inhibition of microbial adsorption to nickel and activated charcoal
  11. Liquid Phase Adsorption of Phenol and Chloroform by Activated Charcoal
  12. ChemInform Abstract: Dehydrogenation of D-Glycals by Palladium Supported on Activated Charcoal under Ethylene Atmosphere: Synthesis of 1,5-Anhydrohex-1-en-3-uloses.
  13. Direct and Regioselective Iodination and Bromination of Benzene, Naphthalene and Other Activated Aromatic Compounds Using Iodine and Bromine or Their Sodium Salts in the Presence of the Fe(NO3)3×1.5N2O4/Charcoal System.
  14. Dinitrogen Tetroxide Impregnated Activated Charcoal (N2O4/Charcoal): Selective Oxidation of Sulfides to Sulfoxides and Disulfides to Thiosulfonates.
  15. Selective Oxidation of Benzylic Alcohols and Ethers and Oxidative Cleavage of Benzylic Tetrahydropyranyl and Trimethylsilyl Ethers to Their Carbonyl Compounds by Dinitrogen Tetroxide-Impregnated Activated Charcoal (N2O4/Carcoal).
  16. Efficiency of Moso Bamboo Charcoal and Activated Carbon for Adsorbing Radioactive Iodine
  17. Administration of activated charcoal for the treatment of lantana poisoning of sheep and cattle
  18. The use of polyamide coatings for selective adsorption control on activated charcoal
  19. Permeability of heparinized hydrophilic polymer (H-RSD): Application to semipermeable membrane for microencapsulation of activated charcoal
  20. Polymer coating for hemoperfusion over activated charcoal
  21. The effect of yogurt on acetaminophen absorption by activated charcoal and burnt toast
  22. Effect of pH and activated charcoal adsorption on hemicellulosic hydrolysate detoxification for xylitol production
  23. Determination of plant volatiles 1: Analysis of the insect-attracting allomone of the parasitic plant Hydnora africana using grob-habich activated charcoal traps
  24. Headspace gas analysis: Comparison of the efficiency of thick film, ultra thick film, and activated charcoal open tubular capillary traps for the concentration of volatile, airborne, organic compounds

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