Diiodotyrosine (Diiodthyrosinum; list B ) is an antithyroid agent; inhibits in the anterior lobe of the pituitary gland the production of thyroid-stimulating hormone that activates the function of the thyroid gland . Applied with mild and moderate forms of hyperthyroidism, as well as to reduce the "goitrogenic" action of methylthiouracil. Assign inside of 0.05 g 2-3 times a day 3-week courses with 10- to 20-day breaks. Product form: tablets of 0.05 g. See also Antithyroid agents.
Diodotyrosine (Dijodthyrosinum) - 3,5-diyod-4-hydroxyphenyl-alanine. Water soluble white crystalline powder, iodine-containing amino acid (58.5% iodine content), obtained from l-tyrosine. One of the intermediate products in the synthesis of thyroid thyroxin. It turns out synthetically.
Pharmachologic effect. It inhibits the production of thyroid-stimulating hormone of the anterior pituitary gland and neutralizes excess free thyroxin.
Mode of application. 0.05—0.1 3 times a day for 2-4 months without a break.
Indications. Thyrotoxicosis. Asthenia. Neurocirculatory dystopia. Vegetoneuroses.
Form release. Tablets on 0,05.
Keep in a dry place in closed tubes. Shelf life of three years
Rp. Dijodthyrosini 0.05.
D. td N. 20 in tabulettis.
S. 1 tablet twice a day.