How does Vermox work?

Vermox is highly efficient anthelmintic or a simple cure for worms. These harmful parasites are quite common in our body. Nowadays, the most common diseases are considered Helminthiasis, trichocephalosis. These diseases are caused by worms and used to treat Vermox. Vermox anthelminthic drug has wide action. Mainly used in the treatment of diseases caused by round and tapeworm – pinworms, ascarids, whipworm, pork tapeworm.

Vermox (unpatented generic name – mebendazole) is produced by Hungarian pharmaceutical company Gedeon Richter as 2% suspension or tablets 100 mg. Some pharmaceutical companies produce analog of Vermox: vormin, vermakar, mebendazole, telmox, mebex.

Vermox Action

Vermox susceptible to the preparation most of the roundworms and tapeworms, but the treatment of whipworm and pinworm its most effective action. Once in the intestine, the drug enters the body and disturbs the function of helminth protein metabolism, mainly the ability to metabolize glucose. Due to the absence of glucose, the process stops energy generation and other metabolic functions in worms, after which they are output from the killed and intestine naturally. The main effect of the drug occurs in the gastrointestinal tract, but is about 5 – 10 % of Vermox is absorbed in blood, but when passing through the liver to metabolites collapses and excreted through the kidneys.

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