Antiparasitic drugs with maximum effectiveness
The human body can be inhabited by many types of parasites, the most common of which are intestinal worms and worms. Less commonly, they start under the skin, in the liver, respiratory system and brain. Eggs and larvae can be found on food, clothing, animals, etc. Antiparasitic drugs available in the "Pharmacy of Hormonal Preparations" are used to prevent and treat helminthiasis.
The mechanism of action of drugs
Science still cannot say with accuracy how many types of parasites attacking the human body are in the world - there are so many of them. The most generalized classification:
In order to choose the right medicine for worms and parasites, the required dosage, the infectious disease doctor must, based on the results of the analysis, diagnose which of them has settled in the human body. The medication, getting inside, blocks the work of the internal organs of the worm and immobilizes it, preventing intoxication from occurring - a consequence of the decomposition of the parasitic individual. The incapacitated parasite leaves the body along with the feces. To destroy the larvae remaining in the body, a person must take pills in a course. This is the principle of action of new generation drugs that have practically no side effects. In addition, a wide range of agents do not affect a specific type of worms (which is quite difficult to identify), but several at once. The doctor can also prescribe a drug for prophylaxis, if there are certain prerequisites.
Categories of antiparasitic agents
Pharmacists have developed many drugs against parasites in the body, each of which works according to a specific scheme. According to the mechanism of action, the drugs sold in the "Pharmacy of Hormonal Preparations" can be divided into three groups:
· Protivocestodoznyh. The main task is to immobilize tapeworms in any part of the body. To combat intestinal varieties, Wormix is suitable, extraintestinal individuals are sensitive to Aldazol, Albele.
· Protivotrematodoznye. Effective against worms that live in soft tissues, especially in the liver. Such drugs include Biltricid, Plaquenil.