Round, peach film-coated tablet, bevel-edged, shallow convex faces.
Each tablet contains:
Thiamine Mononitrate --- 97.00 mg
Pyridoxine HCI --- 50.00 mg
Cyanocobalamin --- 100.00 mg
Actions and Pharmacology
The B vitamins are essential for growth, cell replication, tissue
respiration, haematopoiesis, nucleoprotein and myelin synthesis, as well as
for various metabolic functions, including metabolism of carbohydrates,
proteins and lipids.
They are readily absorbed orally except in malabsorption syndromes,
metabolised in the liver and excreted mainly via the kidneys.
For treatment of nutritional vitamin B1, B6 and B12 deficiencies, peripheral
neuritis and in conditions requiring increased intake such as alcoholism,
hepatic disease, hyperthyroidism, infection, lactation, pregnancy and
Not recommended for patients with Leber's disease since optic nerve atrophy
Caution in patients with history of gout or hepatic disease.
• Do not exceed the recommended dosage during self medication with Neurovit Tablet; and follow physician's directions if
medication is prescribed.
Main Side/Adverse Effects
Diarrhoea and itching may occur occasionally.
Neurovit Tablet may reduce the effects of levodopa.
Neurovit Tablet is usually well tolerated.
Dosage and Administration
Adults : Oral, 1 tablet daily; or as directed.
Children : As directed by the physician.
Store below 25. Protect from light and moisture.
Film-coated tablet x 100's, 1000's, Blisters of 10 x 10's.