Description of medicine: Glyunat (Glunatum)
A preparation containing human plasma or serum (273 or 235 ml), sodium bicarbonate (5, 43 g), glucose (27, 3 g) and water for injection (1000 ml each).
Brown opalescent liquid (pH 6, 0 - 7, 0).
It is used to accelerate reparative processes with long-term non-healing lesions of the skin (trophic ulcers, etc.), as well as with peptic ulcer of the stomach and duodenum. With pneumonia and other diseases, it is used to stimulate the body's defenses.
Intramuscularly, starting with 1 ml, then increase the dose daily by 1 ml, bringing it to 10 ml, then the dose is gradually reduced to the original (1 ml). A total of 5 to 20 injections are given. Treatment courses can be repeated.
Injections are contraindicated in active forms of tuberculosis, tumors, thrombophlebitis, thrombosis.
Release form: in ampoules of 1 and 5 ml in a package of 10 ampoules.
Storage: at a temperature not higher than + 25 'C.