What is Alburel (albumine)?
The vial contains the most abundant type of protein found in human blood plasma. This protein is produced by the liver. This medication is known as the active plasma volume expander. Through double pasteurization the vial is made virus free. Human albumin boosts the intravascular oncotic pressure cause the fluids to move from interstitial into intravascular space. Human albumin 5% is used in hypovolmeic patients. Other patients include hypoproteinaemia, pediatric and cerebal oedema patients who are given human albumin 25% as their sodium intake need to be reduced.
What is the appropriate dosage of Alburel (albumine)?
The rate of infusion and dosage should be adjusted according to the requirement of the patient. The dosage is mostly adjusted by calculating the weight of the patient with per gram of human albumin.
What are the Warning & Precautions before taking Alburel (albumine)?
Don't take the drug without consulting a doctor or physician .
What are the side effects of Alburel (albumine)?
Severe hypotension, volume overload, transmission of infectious agent. Special care should be taken while administering the drug so that to avoid any of these side effects.
How should Alburel (albumine) be stored?
Store the vial at a temperature ranging between 2° to 8° Celsius.
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