Uses of Alvesin


Alvesin 40 is a solution for intravenous infusion, which is used to prevent and treat protein deficiency in the following cases: Hemorrhagic, burns, postoperative, poor nutrition, cancer, mild/benign duodenal disease, disorder protein malabsorption from the gastrointestinal tract.

1. What are the uses of Alvesin infusion?


Alvesin infusion drug includes the following ingredients:
Main ingredients are Alanine (4g), Arginin (4.55g), Glycin (7g), Aspartic acid (2g). Excipients: Water for injection (931g), Sodium metabisulphite (0.02g). Alvesin 40 mg drug has the effect of preventing and treating protein deficiency in the following cases:
Burns; Bleeding; Post-operative patients; Cancer patients; Patients with poor nutrition; People with mild gastric and duodenal disease; Patients with protein absorption disorders due to gastrointestinal tract; People with cystic fibrosis; People with Crohn's disease; People with short bowel syndrome. Parenteral nutrition for neonates and premature infants.

2. Contraindications to the drug Alvesin


Alvesin 40 mg / Alvesin 250ml / 500ml Alvesin drug is contraindicated in the following cases:
Renal failure with complications of hyperkalemia or shock; People who are suffering from lack of oxygen; People who are suffering from metabolic acidosis ; People with advanced liver disease; People who are suffering from severe kidney failure without treatment; People who are allergic (hypersensitive) to any amino acid or any other ingredient in the infusion; Persons suffering from acute head trauma; People who are suffering from methanol poisoning; Children under 2 years old; People suffering from inherited disorders of amino acid metabolism; People with severe, life-threatening circulatory failure, such as shock; People with hyperkalemia.

3. Instructions for dosage and how to take Alvesin


3.1 Dosage Use Alvesin 40 mg / Alvesin 250ml / Alvesin 500ml in the following doses:
For adults: 0.6 to 1g amino acid. Maximum: 1.3-2g amino acids/kg/day (= 50 ml/kg/day). In case of catabolism: 1.3 to 2g amino acids For children over 2 years old and adolescents: 1 to 2g amino acids. Up to 60 ml/kg/day. In case of liver failure and kidney failure: 1.2 to 2g amino acids 3.2 How to use Alvesin 40 mg/ Alvesin 250ml/ Alvesin 500ml is by intravenous infusion, slow IV drip.
Note: If using Alvesin 40 mg / Alvesin 250ml / Alvesin 500ml in excess, it can cause electrolyte disturbances, fluid retention, amino acid poisoning. In case of overdose, the infusion should be stopped immediately and the doctor should be informed for timely treatment.

4. Side effects of the drug Alvesin


During the infusion of Alvesin 40 mg / Alvesin 250ml / Alvesin 500ml you may experience side effects such as: Nausea, vomiting, tremors and irritation of the venous wall (however this is rare. ).
For patients with asthma, special care should be taken because this infusion contains sodium disulfite, so hypersensitivity reactions may occur. Reactions can range from mild to severe, even fatal.
In addition, the compound produced by the reaction of sodium disulfite with other ingredients in Alvesin 40 mg / Alvesin 250 ml / Alvesin 500 ml drug solution, especially tryptophane can also increase fat in the liver, at the same time increased bilirubin and liver enzymes in the blood plasma. So be careful when using it.

5. Alvesin drug interactions


Alvesin 40 mg / Alvesin 250 ml / Alvesin 500 ml medicine may change how other products you are taking or increase the effects of side effects. Therefore, to avoid drug interactions, you need to write a list of products you are taking (including prescription drugs, over the counter, herbal and dietary supplements) and show it to your doctor or pharmacist. before transmission.
Note:
Alvesin 40 mg / Alvesin 250 ml / Alvesin 500 ml should not be mixed with other drugs because it may increase the risk of infection and incompatibility. Sodium disulfite is a very reactive compound, so it should be noted that thiamin (vitamin B1) added to this solution may be degraded. In addition, food, alcohol, and tobacco can also interact with certain medications. Consult your doctor about taking your medicine with food, alcohol and tobacco.
Above is all information about Alvesin, you need to carefully read the instructions for use, consult your doctor / pharmacist before use. Absolutely do not arbitrarily buy drugs to treat at home because there may be unwanted side effects.

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