Medication Description: Splenin (Spleninum)
The drug derived from the spleen of cattle.
Clear, colorless or yellowish liquid; salty taste, with a characteristic odor. Canned with 10% ethanol; pH 4, 0 - 5, 0.
Proposed for the treatment and prevention of early toxicosis of pregnant women. Experimental data show that the drug normalizes changes in nitrogen metabolism and increases the neutralizing function of the liver. There are data on the ability of splenin to have an immunostimulating effect.
Enter intramuscularly (or under the skin).
For the treatment of early toxicosis, pregnant women are injected intramuscularly with 2 ml daily for 10 days, for severe toxicosis, 4 ml per day (2 ml in the morning and evening). With the improvement of the general condition, the dose is reduced to 1 ml 2 times a day and injected for 10-15 days.
Simultaneously with Splenin, intravenous administration of isotonic sodium chloride solution, 40% glucose solution, administration of bromides and other means of complex treatment of pregnant women toxemia are recommended. In case of toxicosis of the III degree, it is necessary to introduce a sufficient amount of liquid.
In the complex therapy of patients with pulmonary tuberculosis, Splenin is administered intramuscularly in doses of 2 ml daily for 20 days, then 1 ml every other day for 2 months, while there is stimulation of the T and B lymphocytes fraction and improvement of the general condition. Stimulation of T-lymphocytes and improvement of the state were also noted in patients with seroresistance after treatment of syphilis.
Splenin is also used in hypoparathyroidism: 1 to 3 ml is injected intramuscularly 1 to 2 times a day.
Product: in 1 ml ampoules in a package of 10 ampoules.
Storage: in a cool, dark place.