Q Mac contains Vitamin E (Alpha Tocopherol Acetate). Q Mac uses:
As a dietary supplement:
: Heavy metal poisoning, Hepatotoxin poisoning, Hemolytic anemia, Oxygen therapy and replacement therapy in nutritional deficiency states for the betterment of skin and hair.
|Brand Name:||Q Mac|
|Generic:||Vitamin E (Alpha Tocopherol Acetate)|
|Therapeutic Class:||Vitamin-E Preparations|
|Manufacturer:||UNIMAC PHARMACEUTICALS PVT LTD|
|Last Updated:||2020-11-21 18:15:00|
Q Mac contains Vitamin E (Alpha Tocopherol Acetate) 50.0 Mg. Q Mac doses
Betterment of Cardiovascular health: 400 mg - 800 mg / day
Deficiency syndrome in adults: 200 mg - 400 mg / day
Deficiency syndrome in children: 200 mg / day
Thalassemia: 800 mg / day
Sickle-cell anemia: 400 mg / day
Betterment of Skin & Hair: 200 mg - 400 mg / day (Topical use is also established for beautification)
Chronic cold in adults: 200 mg / day
Overdoses (>1g) have been associated with minor side effects, including hypertension, fatigue, diarrhea and myopathy
Vitamin E Capsule is a Vitamin E preparation. Vitamin E acts as an antioxidant in the body. Vitamin E protects polyunsaturated fatty acids (which are components of cellular membrane) and other oxygen-sensitive substances such as vitamin A & vitamin C from oxidation. Vitamin E reacts with free radicals, which is the cause of oxidative damage to cell membranes, without the formation of another free radical in the process. The main pharmacological action of vitamin E in humans is its antioxidant effect.
In premature neonates irritability, edema, thrombosis and hemolytic anemia may be caused due to vitamin E deficiency. Creatinuria, ceroid deposition, muscle weakness, decreased erythrocyte survival or increased in vitro hemolysis by oxidizing agents have been identified in adults and children with low serum tocopherol concentrations.
Vitamin E may enhance the anticoagulant activity of anticoagulant drugs. Caution is advised in premature infants with high dose Vitamin E supplementation, because of reported risk of necrotizing enterocilitis.
Vitamin E may impair the absorption of Vitamin A. Vitamin K functions impairement happens at the level of prothrombin formation and potentiates the effect of Warfarin.
Use in pregnancy: Vitamin E may be used in pregnancy in the normally recommended dose but the safety of high dose therapy has not been established.
Use in lactation: There appears to be no contraindication to breast feeding by mothers taking the normally recommended dose.
No known contraindications found.
Use in Children: Vitamin E is safe for children
Large doses of vitamin E (more than 1 gm/day) have been reported to increase bleeding tendency in vitamin K deficient patients such as those taking oral anticoagulants.
Store at a cool and dry place, Protect from light and moisture.
Q Mac Capsule price in India 552.5