Dipeptiven ® 20% concentrated solution for IV
Part of an IV parenteral nutrition regimen as a supplement to amino acid soln or an amino acid-containing infusion regimen eg in hypercatabolic &/or hypermetabolic patients.
(DIPÉTIDO OF L-alanyl-glutamine GLAMIN ® 13.4% provides amino acids as part of parenteral nutrition therapy, when oral or enteral nutrition is impossible, insufficient or contraindicated, especially in patients with moderate-severe catabolic status.
Glamin is an infusion solution for parenteral nutrition containing 18 essential and non-essential amino acids, three of which are in the form of the dipeptides glycylglutamine and glycyl-tyrosine. The solution is suitable to support protein synthesis and to improve nitrogen balance during intravenous nutrition. In order to ensure optimal utilization of the infused amino acids and dipeptides, the patient’s requirements of energy (carbohydrates, fat), electrolytes, trace elements and vitamins should be covered.
LIPOVENOS ® 20% solution intravenously (LIPID long chain (LCT) to 20%)
LIPOVENOS ® 20% solution is a lipid infusion for parenteral nutrition.
LIPOVENOS ® MCT 20% intravenous solution (50% medium-chain triglycerides (MCT)
LIPOVENOS ® MCT 20% is a lipid infusion for parenteral nutrition.
Ketosteril is an enteral medicinal product indicated for prevention and psychoanalysis in chronic renal insufficiency contained by connection beside a low protein diet. Tablets of Ketosteril contain five essential amino acids like: Lys, His, Thr, Trp, Tyr and another five amino acids contained by the form of their hydroxy and keto analogues as calcium salts, that are: alpha-ketoleucine, alpha-ketoisoleucine, alpha-ketovaline, alpha-ketophenylalanine and alpha-hydroxymethionine.
Voluven ® 6% (molecular weight hydroxyethyl starch 130.000 daltons / 0.4 / 9:1 S
Hydroxyethyl starch is a nonionic starch derivative. It is one of the most frequently used volume expander under the trade names Hespan by B. Braun Medical Inc. and Voluven or Volulyte by Fresenius Kabi. HES is a general term and can be sub-classified according to average molecular weight, molar substitution, concentration, C2/C6 ratio and Maximum Daily Dose. Distinguishing which preparation is used for treatment is key to understanding the potential for adverse effects. An intravenous solution of hydroxyethyl starch is used to prevent shock following severe blood loss caused by trauma, surgery, or some other problem. It increases the blood volume, allowing red blood cells to continue to deliver oxygen to the body.
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