Vitamine B1 250mg 10blisters x10Comprimes



Vitamin B1 250mg is a product of Mekophar Chemical - Pharmaceutical Joint Stock Company with the main ingredient being vitamin B1 (Thiamin). Vitamin B1 250mg is used to treat severe vitamin B1 deficiency, a metabolic disorder caused by an inherited enzyme deficiency that is responsive to thiamin. Vitamin B1 250mg is in the form of sugar coated tablets with a content of 250mg Thiamine.
Thiamin (vitamin B1) is a water-soluble vitamin, belonging to vitamin B group. Thiamin combines with Adenosine triphosphate in liver, kidney and white blood cells to form Thiamin diphosphate (thiamine pyrophosphate) with physiological activity. Thiamine diphosphate is a carbohydrate metabolism coenzyme, responsible for decarboxylation of alpha-cetoacids such as pyruvate and alpha-ketoglutarate.
The amount of vitamin B1 the body needs daily is from 0.9 - 1.5mg for men and 0.8 - 1.1mg for healthy women. Vitamin B1 requirements are directly related to carbohydrate intake and metabolic rate, when vitamin B deficiency, the oxidation of alpha-cetoacids will be affected, causing the concentration of pyruvate in the blood to increase and continue to change. into lactic acid, thereby helping to diagnose thiamin deficiency.
The absorption of vitamin B1 in the daily diet through the gastrointestinal tract is due to active Na+ independent transport. In adults, about 1mg of vitamin B1 is completely metabolized per day in tissues and this is the minimum amount the body needs daily.
When absorption is low, little or no vitamin B1 is excreted in the urine. When absorption of vitamin B1 exceeds the minimum requirement, after saturation in tissues, excess vitamin B1 will be excreted in the urine as intact vitamin B1 molecule. As vitamin B1 absorption is further increased, excretion as unmetabolized vitamin B1 is increased.

Dosage: Vitamin B1 medicine 250mg manufactured for oral use with a specific dose prescribed by a doctor. The usual recommended dose for adults is 250mg/day (equivalent to 1 250mg vitamin B1 tablet).
Patients should note that the recommended dose above is for reference only. The specific dose of Vitamin B1 250mg drug depends on the condition and progress of each patient. To get the right dose, the patient should consult a doctor or healthcare professional.