Essentiale N 250 mg/ml (5 ampoules)
Essentiale: promoting liver health with essential phospholipids
Essentiale is a medicine that contains essential phospholipids, a highly purified fraction of phosphatidylcholine. The determining component of this fraction is dilinoleoylphosphatidylcholine.
Chemical structure and properties
Essential phospholipids are similar to endogenous membrane phospholipids but have higher functional properties due to their high content of polyunsaturated fatty acids, particularly linoleic acid.
Role in cell membranes and organelles
Phospholipids are the main structural elements of cell membranes and organelles and play a crucial role in differentiation, division, and regeneration of cells.
Amphiphilic properties and metabolic processes
Phospholipids’ amphiphilic properties allow them to regulate the permeability of the cell membrane, improve the function of membranes, and affect various metabolic processes, including oxidative phosphorylation in energy metabolism.
Deficiency and disorders
A deficiency of phospholipids can lead to a disturbance in fat metabolism, resulting in fatty liver disease.
Benefits of Essentiale
Essentiale medicine eliminates these disorders, promotes the regeneration of cell membranes, increases the detoxification capacity of the liver, and normalizes its function by reacting with broken membrane-bound enzyme systems and receptors.
Overall, Essentiale’s essential phospholipids can help promote liver health and function by supporting the structural integrity and metabolic processes of liver cells.
Essentiale N is a versatile drug that can be used to treat various conditions, including
- fatty degeneration of the liver (especially in combination with diabetes),
- acute and chronic hepatitis,
- necrosis of liver cells,
- hepatic coma and precoma,
- toxic liver damage, including toxicosis of pregnancy,
- pre- and postoperative treatment (especially for operations in the hepatobiliary zone),
- neurodermatitis, and
- radiation syndrome.
Additionally, Essentiale N is available for delivery to multiple countries.
Essentiale N: Mode of Application, Dosage, Side Effects, and Storage Conditions
If you’re looking to use Essentiale N, here’s what you need to know about its mode of application, dosage, side effects, and storage conditions.
Mode of Application:
Intravenous injections are the preferred mode of application for Essentiale N.
For adults and children, 5-10 ml of Essentiale N is prescribed per day, administered slowly intravenously. In severe cases, 10 to 20 ml per day may be given, but not more than 10 ml at a time. If the drug is administered in diluted form, it’s recommended to use the patient’s own blood and dilute the drug in a ratio of 1:1. Intravenous injections are typically given for 10 days, followed by capsule intake of Essentiale N.
For the treatment of psoriasis, a cycle of injections is initiated with 2 capsules, 3 times a day for 2 weeks, followed by 10 intravenous injections of 5 ml of the drug with simultaneous PUVA-therapy.
The general cycle of treatment is 3-6 months.
Gastrointestinal upset (diarrhea) may occur in rare cases when taking higher doses of Essentiale.
Do not use the drug if you are hypersensitive to any of its components. The solution for intravenous administration should not be given to newborns and premature babies since benzyl alcohol is a part of this form of the drug.
Essentiale N may be used during pregnancy and lactation only on the advice of a doctor.
No drug interactions are known at this time.
There have been no reports of overdose.
Form of Issue:
Essentiale N is available in ampoules of 5 ml with 5 pieces per package.
Essentiale N capsules should be stored at a temperature not exceeding 25°C, while ampoules should be stored at a temperature of +2°C to 8°C in a dry place inaccessible to children. The drug has a shelf life of 3 years.