Acetylsalicylic acid ( "aspirin") is one of the most popular and well-known drugs in pharmacology.
It is a tool that has analgesic, anti-inflammatory, antipyretic effects.
Due to its efficiency this drug was high prevalence and can be purchased at any pharmacy.
Aspirin was firstsynthesized in 1853, and by 1897 the possibility of its medical application was opened. The drug began to spread in 1899, but its analgesic and anti-inflammatory actions were discovered later. By 1983, it was discovered another useful property of the drug - lowering the risk of death or heart attack in patients receiving angina. "Aspirin" and is often used to treat certain diseases in the hospital under medical supervision.
To date, the drug is used inmany countries. Acetylsalicylic acid is added to such formulations as "Tsitramon" "Atselizin". From the "aspirin" also made the injection. However, despite its beneficial properties and the drug it has its negative sides.
The day allowed to take no more than 4 grams"Aspirin". Excess dosage can cause damage to the kidneys, brain, lungs, liver. These risks make the drug dangerous for health. Among other side effects noted sweating, tinnitus, ear drop, numerous allergic reactions.
The drug is not allowed to take people who haveproblems with the gastrointestinal tract (GIT). Due to the chemical reaction that occurs upon contact with the stomach substance may have the appearance of ulcers in the affected areas of the stomach and intestines. The high probability of occurrence of ulcers in people who regularly take aspirin. Most causes heavy damage "Aspirin", sold in pill form. Chronic administration can occur phenomena such as stomach and intestinal bleeding. Tablets "aspirin" should only be taken after a meal, pre-chopped and drinking plenty of fluids. Abroad, acetylsalicylic acid is available in acid-resistant shell, in order to avoid contact with the wall of the stomach medicine.
Chronic administration of the drug oftenthe phenomenon of anemia, the treatment of which require constant medical supervision. Also, there are cases of allergic reactions to the "Aspirin", especially in people who are sensitive to penicillin. When an excessive sensitivity to the drug develops Aspirin asthma. It is forbidden to take aspirin to pregnant women in the first 3 months of pregnancy.