Dibazol (Dibazolum; List B ) is an antispasmodic and hypotensive agent; It has a stimulating effect on the function of the spinal cord, has a vasodilating effect.
Dibazol is used for coronary insufficiency, peptic ulcer disease , and intestinal spasms of 0.02–0.05 g 2–3 times a day; subcutaneously in a dose of 2–4 ml of a 0.5% solution once a day. The course of treatment is 10-30 days. In hypertensive crisis, 2-4 ml of a 0.5% solution is injected into a vein up to 3-4 times a day. In the treatment of residual effects of poliomyelitis , peripheral paralysis of the facial nerve, Dibazol is prescribed 5-10 times at a dose of 0.005 g, one powder per day or every other day. After 3-4 weeks, repeat the treatment. Subsequent courses are conducted with breaks of 1-2 months. Higher doses: single - 0.05 g, daily - 0.15 g. Release form: powder; tablets of 0.02 and 0.05 g; 0.5% solution in ampoules of 2 ml.
See also Antihypertensive drugs. Antispasmodic .