Lesfal 250 mg, 5 ml. (5 ampoules)

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Manufacturer: Farmak

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Description

Lesfal Phospholipidcholine – 5 ampoules.

COMPOSITION AND DOSAGE FORM:

Solution for injections 50 mg/ml in 5 ml ampoules No. 5, No. 10

Composition: Soybean Phosphatidylcholine 50 mg/ml.

PHARMACOLOGICAL PROPERTIES:
The drug contains phospholipids with a similar chemical structure to those naturally occurring in the body but with higher levels of polyunsaturated (essential) fatty acids. These molecules are mainly incorporated into cell membranes, helping to repair any damaged liver tissue. Phospholipids also alter the disrupted lipid metabolism by controlling lipoprotein metabolism, which leads to an increase in the ability of HDL to attach cholesterol and converting neutral fats and cholesterol into forms that can be transported and oxidized. Additionally, the presence of phospholipids in the biliary tract lowers the lithogenic index, and consequently stabilizes the bile.

The half-life of choline is 66 hours, while that of saturated fatty acids is 32 hours. Human kinetic studies have revealed that only a small percentage (5% or less) of both 3H and 14C isotopes are excreted in the feces.

INDICATIONS:

  • Fatty liver,
  • acute and chronic hepatitis,
  • liver cirrhosis,
  • pre- and postoperative care for patients undergoing liver and biliary tract surgery,
  • toxic liver injury,
  • toxemia among pregnant women,
  • psoriasis,
  • radiation syndrome.

The dosage and method of administration of a medication should be carefully determined by a healthcare provider. It is important to follow the instructions provided by the doctor or pharmacist in order to ensure safe and effective use of the medication.

When treating psoriasis, the only recommended solution is to begin with two weeks of oral phosphatidylcholine, followed by 10 intravenous injections of 5ml with PUVA therapy.
The drug should be injected slowly intravenously, as injecting it intramuscularly could cause a local reaction.
For adults and children over 12, 5-10ml should be injected daily, and 10-20ml for severe cases.
When diluting the drug, it must be done with a 1:1 ratio of the drug and the patient’s own blood.
However, if this is not possible, electrolyte-free solutions such as 5 or 10% glucose solution or 5% xylitol solution can be used.
Treatment should last up to 10 days, with subsequent switching to oral phosphatidylcholine.

CONTRAINDICATIONS:

Hypersensitivity to any of drug components.

ADVERSE EFFECTS:

In some instances, taking high doses of the medication may lead to digestive issues such as diarrhea. Additionally, some people may experience hypersensitivity reactions, rashes, and/or itching.

SPECIAL WARNINGS AND PRECAUTIONS FOR USE:

Precautions: the solution contains 5.02 mg/ml of alcohol. For IV injections only.
Pregnancy and lactation. The drug is used to treat toxemia in pregnant women.
The drug is not contraindicated during lactation.
The drug is prescribed for the treatment of children over 12 years.
Effects on ability to drive and use machines: none.

INTERACTION WITH OTHER MEDICINAL PRODUCTS AND OTHER FORMS OF INTERACTION.

Interactions between medicinal products and other forms of interaction should be taken into consideration when administering any type of medication. It is important to research and understand the potential interactions between different drugs, as well as other forms of interaction, such as the effects of food, alcohol, and lifestyle choices.

OVERDOSE:

No cases of overdose were reported.

STORAGE CONDITIONS:

Store at 2–8°C. Protect from light.

1 review for Lesfal 250 mg, 5 ml. (5 ampoules)

  1. Dr. Gordana

    Probably most appropriate substitute to essentiale from Sanofi. analysis showed 87% of efficiency comparing to Ess.

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