All forms of acute and chronic cerebral circulatory insufficiency: TIA (Transient Ischaemic Attack), reversible ischaemic neurological deficiency, progressive stroke, completed stroke, post-apoplectic conditions, multiinfarct dementia, cerebral arteriosclerosis, post-traumatic, hypertensive encephalopathy etc. For the reduction of psychic or neurological symptoms of cerebral insufficiency (e.g., memory disturbances, dizziness, headache, aphasia, apraxia, locomotor disorders etc.). Ophthalmology: It can be used for the treatment of vascular disorders of the choroid and retina due to arteriosclerosis, vasospasm, macular degeneration, arterial or venous thrombosis or embolism, and glaucoma secondary to the above mentioned disorders. Otology: For the treatment of impaired hearing of vascular or toxic (iatrogenic) origin, presbyacusis, Meniere8s disease, cochleovestibular neuritis, tinnitus and dizziness of labyrinth origin. For the treatment of vasovegetative symptoms of climacteric syndrome. For the treatment of vasovegetative symptoms of climacteric syndrome.
Cerebral vasodilator & Neurosensory oxygenator drugs
Vinorelbine, a semisynthetic vinblastine derivative, binds to tubulin and inhibits microtubule formation. This disrupts the formation of the mitotic spindle thereby arresting the cell at metaphase.
Vinpocetine is taken 15-30 mg daily in 3 divided doses with meals. The maintenance dose is 15 mg three times daily over long periods.
Slight changes in prothrombin time have been noted in those adding Vinpocetine to Warfarin dosing. The changes appear minimal. There are no other interactions reported so far. Therefore, it can be applied in combinations.
Vinpocetine is contraindicated in pregnancy and lactation. Hypersensitivity to its components is also contraindicated.
Vinpocetine is well tolerated. In some cases transient fall of blood pressure and tachycardia may occur.
Pregnancy category- Not classified
Because Vinpocetine can reduce the ability of blood to clot, those individuals with a tendency to bleed should avoid Vinpocetine.
Store in a cool and dry place, protected from light and moisture.