Medication Description: Lactoprotein (Lactoproteinum)
Protein-salt solution containing albumin (50 g per 1000 ml), sodium lactate, potassium chloride, calcium chloride, sodium bicarbonate, sodium chloride, sodium caprylate, glucose (50 g per 1000 ml).
Transparent viscous liquid from light yellow to yellow.
It has a hemodynamic, detoxification, alkalizing effect; with repeated injections, it reduces hypoproteinemia and hypoalbuminemia.
Assign adults to correct the acid-base state and hypoproteinemia in traumatic, operative and burn shock, burn disease; in the postoperative period after heavy abdominal operations, including operations on the heart; with hypoproteinemia and hypoalbuminemia, developing in degeneration, nephrotic syndromes, cirrhosis of the liver, prolonged, suppurative processes, with various infectious lesions, exsicosis caused by gastrointestinal diseases, sepsis, intestinal obstruction, as well as other diseases and pathological conditions.
Enter the drug intravenously, with shock - jet, in other cases, drip.
A single dose is 200 - 400 ml. With shock and blood loss, a single dose can be increased to 600 ml. In cases of massive blood loss, the combination of the drug with donor blood is indicated.
In chronic hypoproteinemia, the drug should be administered daily or every other day at a dose of 200 ml. The duration of treatment is determined by the dynamics of the protein composition of the blood. The total dose is 1000 to 2000 ml.
The introduction of lactoprotein may be accompanied by the development of allergic reactions. If allergic reactions are mild, repeated transfusions are possible, which should be done slowly, especially in the first 10–15 minutes, at intervals of a few minutes, after the administration of every 5 ml. The introduction of lactoprotein in these cases can be continued with simultaneous desensitization therapy. When expressed allergic reactions, the drug is stopped.
Lactoprotein is not prescribed in cases where protein and fluid infusion is contraindicated (hemorrhage in the brain, thromboembolism, cardiac decompensation, and hypertension of stage II - III).
Lactoprotein should not be administered to children.
Form release: in bottles of 200 ml.
Storage: at a temperature of + 2 to + 8 C in a dark place.