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|ATC Level 1:||A - Alimentary tract and metabolism|
|ATC Level 2:||A02 - Drugs for Acid Related Disorders|
|ATC Level 3:||A02B - Drugs for Peptic Ulcer and Gastro-Oesophageal Reflux Disease (Gord)|
18 YEARS OLD AND ABOVE
Lansoprazole is generally administered in the morning but it is also effective when given in the evening.
– Duodenal ulcer: 1 x 30 mg a day, for 4 weeks.
– Benign gastric ulcer: 1 x 30 mg a day, for 8 weeks.
– Reflux esophagitis: 1 x 30 mg a day, for 4 weeks.
– Long-term therapy with lansoprazole is not recommended at this time because limited clinical experience.
– Elderly: normal dose 1 x 30 mg a day, dose adjustment is not necessary.
– Liver and renal dysfunction:
Lansoprazole is metabolized primarily in the liver. The results of clinical trials in patients with severe liver dysfunction indicate that the metabolism of lansoprazole is prolonged, but no dose adjustment is necessary in these patients, the dose should not exceed 30 mg per day. Dosage adjustment is not necessary in patients with renal function impairment.
0 TO 18 YEARS OLD
there is no experience with the use of lansoprazole in children.
– Duodenal ulcer.
– Reflux esophagitis.
– Benign gastric ulcer.
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