The effect of the drug
Acetylsalicylic acid was first synthesized in 1853, and by 1897, was open the possibility of its medical use. The drug began to spread since 1899, but its analgesic and anti-inflammatory action were open later. By 1983 it was opened, another useful property of drugs lowering the risk of death or getting heart attack in patients with angina. Often "Aspirin" is used for the treatment of certain diseases in a hospital under medical supervision.
To date, a medicine used in many countries. Acetylsalicylic acid is added to such drugs as "Citramon", "Acelysin". Of Aspirin have also done injections. However, despite their useful properties, the drug has its negative sides.
Per day are permitted to take no more than 4 grams of Aspirin. Excess dosage can cause damage to the kidneys, brain, lungs, liver. These risks make the drug dangerous for your health. Among other noted side effects sweating, tinnitus, decline of hearing and many allergic reactions.
The drug is forbidden to take people who have problems with the gastrointestinal tract (GIT). Due to the chemical reaction, which appears when contact of the substance with the stomach, may cause ulcers on already affected areas of the stomach and intestines. High likelihood of ulcers in people who regularly take aspirin. The most severe damage is caused by a "Aspirin" sold in pill form. Chronic administration may occur phenomena such as stomach and intestinal bleeding. Tablets of Aspirin" should be taken only after meals, pre-chopped and washed down with plenty of fluids. Abroad acetylsalicylic acid is produced in acid-resistant shell to avoid contact of the medication with the walls of the stomach.
Chronic administration of the drug often occurs the phenomenon of anemia for treatment of which would require the continuous supervision of a physician. Also, there are cases of allergic reactions to "Aspirin", especially in people who have hypersensitivity to penicillin. If there is excessive sensitivity to the drug develops aspirin asthma. It is forbidden to take aspirin pregnant women in the first 3 months of pregnancy.