farmapram 2 mg

farmapram 2 mg available in Mexico Ingredient matches for Farmapram (Alprazolam)

What is Farmapram

Farmapram is a benzodiazepine used to treat anxiety disorders, panic disorders, and anxiety caused by depression. Farmapram may also be used for purposes not listed in Farmapram guide.

Dosage and administration

It is recommended to use the minimum effective dose of Farmapram Aurobindo so the dose is corrected in the treatment process depending on the achieved effect and tolerability. If necessary, increase the dose should be increased gradually, first in the evening and then in the daytime reception.

The initial dose of Farmapram is 250-500 mg 3 times / day, if necessary, it gradually increases to 4.5 mg / day.

For elderly or debilitated patients the initial dose is 250 mg 2-3 / day, maintenance doses – 500-750 mg / day, if necessary, taking into account the tolerance dose can be increased.

Cancellation or reduction of the dose of Farmapram should be done gradually by reducing the daily dose of no more than 500 mcg every 3 days; sometimes can needed even more slowly cancelling.

Usual Geriatric Dose for Panic Disorder:

Immediate-release tablets, orally disintegrating tablets:
Initial dose: 0.25 mg orally 2 to 3 times a day in elderly or debilitated patients
This dose may be gradually increased if needed and tolerated.
Extended-release tablets:
Initial dose: 0.5 mg once a day preferably in the morning
This dose may be gradually increased if needed and tolerated.
Because of increased sensitivity to benzodiazepines in elderly patients, Farmapram at daily doses greater than 2 mg meets the Beers criteria as a medication that is potentially inappropriate for use in older adults. Smaller doses may be effective as well as safer. Total daily doses should rarely exceed suggested maximums.

Why is Farmapram ?

  • anxiety, neurosis accompanied by anxiety, danger, stress, deterioration of sleep, irritability, and somatic disorders
  • mixed anxiety-depressive conditions neurotic reactive depression accompanied by depressed mood, loss of interest in his surroundings, anxiety, loss of sleep, decreased appetite, and somatic disorders anxiety and neurotic depression that developed on the background of systemic diseases panic disorder in combination and without symptoms of phobias