Description of the medicine: Gelatinol (Gelatinolum)
A colloidal 8% solution of partially digested edible gelatin in an isotonic sodium chloride solution. It contains a number of amino acids (glycine, proline, methionine, cystine, etc.; tryptophan is absent). Relative molecular weight 20,000 # 5000.
A clear solution of amber color with a specific smell; pH 6, 8 7, 6.
It is used as a plasma substitute for hemorrhage, surgical and traumatic shock of the I and II degrees, when preparing a patient for surgery, for detoxification of the body; you can use the drug to fill the cardiopulmonary bypass.
It is administered in acute blood loss and shock conditions, first intravenously or intraarterially, then non-drip administration (100 150 drops per minute) is continued until blood pressure normalizes. At the same time, up to 2000 ml of solution can be introduced.
Gelatinol is sometimes prescribed along with hydrolysates, a glucose solution. After the end of the infusion, you can transfuse blood.
With extracorporeal circulation, the drug is poured into a cardiopulmonary bypass, used in various combinations with blood, glucose solutions, etc.
Gelatinol usually does not cause complications. After administration, protein can be in the urine for 1 to 2 days, since the drug is partially excreted by the kidneys unchanged.
Contraindicated in acute and chronic nephritis.
Release form: in hermetically closed glass bottles on 450 ml.
Storage: at a temperature of + 4 to + 20 C.