Paratireoidin

Paratireoidin (Parathyreoidinum; synonym Parathyreocrinum; list B) - hormonal drug, derived from the parathyroid glands slaughter cattle. When applied in various forms tetanii, spazmofilii, allergic diseases (bronchial asthma, urticaria, vasomotor rhinitis , and others). Enter paratireoidin under the skin or into a muscle; higher doses for adults: single - 5 ml daily to 15 ml Treatment paratireoidinom are under the control of calcium in the blood.
Method of production: ampoules to 1 ml and hermetically sealed vials of 5 and 10 ml

Paratireoidin (Parathyreoidinum; synonym: Parathormon, Parathyreocrinum; list B) - hormonal drug, a water extract of the parathyroid glands slaughter cattle. Biol. activity is determined on the property to increase the calcium content in the blood in dogs and is expressed in units of (ED). Shown in the various forms tetanii. Applied subcutaneously or intramuscularly. Therapeutic dose for edema acute attack: adults enter 2 ml (40 IU), children (depending on age) from 0,25 up to 1-1,5 ml at intervals of 2-3 hours to complete cessation of seizures. Outside acute adults appoint 1-2 ml daily or every other day. Higher doses for adults: single-5 ml daily to 15 ml; for children of single doses ranging from 0.25 to 2 ml Treatment paratireoidinom are under the control of calcium in the blood. Elevated levels of calcium use of the drug is contraindicated. Side effects: pain at the injection. The release form: ampoules to 1 ml containing 20 UNITS. Store in a cool dark place. See, Hormonal preparations.