– primary aldosteronism – to clarify the diagnosis and short-term preoperative treatment, and if necessary (in case of impossibility of surgical treatment or refusal of surgery) – for long-term therapy; idiopathic aldosteronism (for long-term care);
– edema in chronic heart failure; liver cirrhosis with ascites, edema syndrome; nephrotic syndrome (with the ineffectiveness of the treatment of the underlying disease);
– essential hypertension (usually in combination with other drugs in the presence of );
– hypokalemia if you can not use other methods of correcting the level of potassium, including for the prevention of hypokalemia in the treatment of digitalis drugs.
Dosage & Administration
With primary hyperaldosteronism for short-term treatment, in preparation for the operation Veroshpiron administered in a daily dose of 100-400 mg. In patients with inoperable drug can be used for long-term maintenance therapy in a minimal effective dose which is determined individually (by reducing the initial dose every 14 days until the minimum effective).
The duration of treatment in adults and children is unique, in some cases, may be several years, but it is always necessary to use the minimum effective daily dosage subject to regular control of the electrolyte composition and plasma parameters of renal function. With prolonged use to reduce the risk of side effects of Veroshpiron advisable to be administered in combination with other diuretics.
Anuria, acute renal failure, severely impaired renal function (glomerular filtration rate <10 ml / h), hyperkalemia, hyponatremia, pregnancy and lactation, hypersensitivity to the drug.