Effect of cavinton forte in patients with mild cognitive impairment

      Neuroprotective effect is the most significant among the therapeutic actions of vinpocetine. It is related to the inhibition of the operation of voltage dependent neuronal Na (+)-channels, indirect inhibition of some molecular cascades initiated by the rise of intracellular Ca (++)-levels and inhibition of adenosine reuptake. In addition, vinpocetine improves cerebral perfusion globally by reducing the vascular tone of cerebral vessels and normalizing the rheologic properties of the blood.
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