Antihypoxants and antioxidants

Antihypoxants (Hypoxen, Actovegin, etc.) are drugs that improve the utilization of oxygen by the body and reduce the need for it (increase resistance to hypoxia) of organs and tissues. An undoubted role in the fight against hypoxia belongs to antioxidants (vitamin E, butylhydroxytoluene, probucol, ascorbic acid, Rutin, etc.). Activation of free radical processes and peroxidation accompanies many diseases: atherosclerosis and its thrombohemorrhagic complications (heart attack, stroke), diabetes mellitus, chronic non-specific lung lesions, decreased cellular and humoral immunity, etc., and antioxidants are mandatory components of their complex therapy. Free radical processes are normalized by the reduction of free radicals to a stable molecular form (unable to participate in the autooxidation chain).
Antioxidants either directly bind free radicals (direct antioxidants) or stimulate the body’s antioxidant system (indirect antioxidants).
Below is a list of antihypoxants and antioxidants:

  • Ethylmethylhydroxypyridine succinate (Aethylmethylhydroxypyridini succinas)
  • Trimetazidine
  • Ubidecarenone
  • Sodium polyhydroxyphenylene thiosulfonate (Natrii polydihydroxyphenylenthiosulfonas)
  • Pentahydroxyaethylnaphthoquinone (Pentahydroxyaethylnaphthoquinonum)
  • Glutathione (Glutathionum)
  • Dihydroquercetin (Dihydroquercetinum)
  • Dimethyloxobutylphosphonyl dimethylate (Dimethyloxobuthylphosphonilmethylate)
  • Methylethylpyridinol (Methylaethylpiridinolum)
  • Carnitine
  • Levocarnitine
  • Oxygen (Oxygenium)
  • Sodium fumaric acid (Natrii fumaras)
  • Ethylmethylhydroxypyridine succinate (Aethylmethylhydroxypyridini succinas)
  • Sodium oxybutyrate (Natrii oxybutiras)
  • Thioctic acid (Acidum thiocticum)
  • Trimetazidine
  • Superoxide dismutase (Superoxidedismutase)
  • Morpholinium-methyl-triazolyl-thioacetate ()
  • Oxyaethylammonii methylphenoxyacetas
  • Phenosanoic acid (Acidum phenosanicum)
  • Cytochrome C (Cytochromum C)
  • Ethylthiobenzimidazole hydrobromide (Aethylthiobenzymidazoli hydrobromidum)
  • Ethylmethylhydroxypyridine malate (Aethylmethylhydroxypyridini malas)