Adiro 100

The drug Adiro 100 is a chemical compound whose active ingredient is acetylsalicylic acid. The tablet or tablet also contains ingredients such as powdered cellulose, talc, corn starch, type c methacrylic acid copolymer, triethyl citrate, sodium dodecisulfate and polysorbate 80. The current presentation is characterized by containing 30 tablets, located in a blister made from aluminum; they are round and white, they are never released in the stomach, but definitely enter the body in the duodenum.

It has been located in the group of platelet antiaggregants, a series of movements that are prescribed when a high level is observed in the blood, components that appear and help coagulation of the same. These act by reducing the possibility of thrombi (blood clots) appearing; The risk of this happening is high, since they can clog the arteries, preventing blood circulation. Individuals who have had heart attacks, strokes, or who have undergone or have undergone surgical procedures similar to coronary bypass.

There are a series of points that alert the consumer about the use of Adiro 100, since it can alter some of the most important processes that take place within the body. The patient can only consume a dose of 100mg/day, after food; They can be used in combination with other medicines, but only under a doctor’s order, as this could cause serious internal bleeding. If you have suffered or suffer from conditions such as gastric or duodenal ulcer, hemophilia, asthma, kidney or liver failure, among others, Adiro 100 cannot be consumed, as it can worsen the condition. In addition, taking a double dose to make up for a missed one should be avoided.