Typhen (Tiphenum; synonym Trocinate; list B ) is an antispasmodic. Tifen is prescribed for spasms of blood vessels, angina pectoris , hypertension , cholecystitis , renal colic, and bronchial asthma after eating 0.03—0.1 g 2–3 times a day or under the skin, 1 ml of 0.5 or 1% solution . Higher doses for adults: single 0.1 g, daily 0.3 g. The drug also has a local anesthetic effect.
Types of release of tifen: tablets (dragee) on 0.02 and 0.03 g and powder, from which ex tempore in aseptic conditions prepare 0.5 or 1% solutions.
See also Antispasmodic .