Isotretinoin Tretiva-20 is a biologically active form of trans-9,13-dimethyl-7- (1,1,5-trimethylcyclohexen-5-yl-6) non-natetraene-7,9,11, naturally synthesized in vivo in small quantities in the human body. 13-ola (better known as Vitamin A). The form is unstable and when interacting with the internal microflora of the body turns into tretinoin (transretinoic acid).
Pharmacodynamics Tretiva 20
Isotretinoin Tretiva 20 affects the terminal differentiation of keratinocytes, normalizing redox and regeneration processes in which keratinocytes (vitamin A derivatives) play a key role. Isotretinoin, acting on the internal microflora, disrupts the expression of the gene responsible for the synthesis of certain types of protein, and is able to suppress the production of sebaceous glands and reduce their number. Due to this property, the greatest use is found in dermatology in the treatment of acne.
Application Tretiva 20
Is a systemic retinoid, as part of some drugs. In many cases, it allows to completely inhibit excess sebum production, normalize the regenerative functions of the skin, thereby curing acne, seborrhea and acne. It is also used to treat certain forms of cancer. The effect of isotretinoin on the human body has not been fully investigated, but it is known that this substance affects almost all systems of the human body, including: gastrointestinal, musculoskeletal, nervous, endocrine, urinary. The use of this drug is possible only on prescription. According to some studies may interfere with the conception of a child.