Axura 20 mg (Memantine hydrochloride) 28 film tablets in Box
What is Axura and what is it used for?
How Axura works: Axura contains the active substance memantine hydrochloride. Axura belongs to a group of medicines known as dementia medicines. Memory loss in Alzheimer’s disease is due to a violation of signaling in the brain. The brain contains so-called N-methyl aspartate (NMDA) receptors, which are involved in the transmission of nerve signals that are important for learning and memory. Axura belongs to a group of medicines called NMDA receptor antagonists. Axura acts on these NMDA receptors, improving nerve signaling and memory.
What Axura is used for: Axura is used to treat patients with moderate to severe Alzheimer’s disease.