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Hepatone

Hepatone

Protects and stimulates the hepatic function.
COMPOSITION
Sorbitol, Methionine, Thiamine (Vitamin B1), Thioctic Acid.

Bioavailability

When administered parenteral route, this solution is well tolerated by the tissues because of its pH and composition, which ensures the complete absorption of the product.

Thiamine becomes active after being absorbed. Its active form is TPP (cocarboxilasa), a necessary coenzyme for the oxidative decarboxilation process of alpha-ketoacids.

Once it is activated, thiamine works on oxidative decarboxilation process. From the metabolic point of view, the critical or limiting enzymatic defect caused by thiamine deficiency is in the oxidative decarboxilation of piruvic acid. This reaction is essential for the complete oxidation of glucose via citric acid cycle. The tissues that obtain energy from glucose or from piruvate-lactate are particularly compromised when there is a deficiency in thiamine.

Methionine is the main donor of metilo groups (it gives metilo groups to ethanolamine to produce coline), and it contains sulphur, which protects the liver from the harming effects of certain toxic agents.

Thioctic acid promotes the hepatic function by increasing the glycogen reserve. It behaves as an antioxidant in a number of adverse or harmful reactions caused by drugs and xenobiotics; moreover, it has a chelating action in case of heavy metals poisoning. Both thioctic acid and thiamine are essential for the normal development of the Krebs cycle.

DOSAGE:

Intravenous or deep intramuscular injection.

• Horses and cattle: 50 to 100 ml total.

• Pigs: 10 to 20 ml.

• Sheep: 5 to 10 ml.

Administer every 24 hours, during 5 days or until the figures of the hepatogramme become the normal values for each specie.

WARNINGS AND PRECAUTIONS:

-Previously to its use: check the safety seal and and its storage conditions. Also, check the expiration date printed on the label.

-Do not eat. Keep out from the reach of children.

-Doses and administration frequency are to be determined by a the veterinarian in charge.

-Store between 4 and 25ºC, away from durect sunlight and in an higienic place.

-Always consult your veterinarian.

-Recyclable container. Destroy after use.

ADMINISTRATION:

Intravenous or deep intramuscular via.

PRESENTATION:

HEPATONE 100 ml Vial. Multidose container.

OBSERVATION:

HEPATONE protects and stimulates the hepatic function, increasing the reserves of glycogen. It is effective in metabolic disorders, increasing the normal functioning of the hepatic cell. It has anti-toxic action (due to the S-S group).

HEPATONE is used in hepatic disorders such as hepatitis, hepatic insufficiency, lead, mercury or arsenic poisoning, food poisoning. Ketosis.

  USD19.28
COD: #0026-0016
Categories:  Liver System

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Protects and stimulates the hepatic function.
COMPOSITION
Sorbitol, Methionine, Thiamine (Vitamin B1), Thioctic Acid.

Bioavailability

When administered parenteral route, this solution is well tolerated by the tissues because of its pH and composition, which ensures the complete absorption of the product.

Thiamine becomes active after being absorbed. Its active form is TPP (cocarboxilasa), a necessary coenzyme for the oxidative decarboxilation process of alpha-ketoacids.

Once it is activated, thiamine works on oxidative decarboxilation process. From the metabolic point of view, the critical or limiting enzymatic defect caused by thiamine deficiency is in the oxidative decarboxilation of piruvic acid. This reaction is essential for the complete oxidation of glucose via citric acid cycle. The tissues that obtain energy from glucose or from piruvate-lactate are particularly compromised when there is a deficiency in thiamine.

Methionine is the main donor of metilo groups (it gives metilo groups to ethanolamine to produce coline), and it contains sulphur, which protects the liver from the harming effects of certain toxic agents.

Thioctic acid promotes the hepatic function by increasing the glycogen reserve. It behaves as an antioxidant in a number of adverse or harmful reactions caused by drugs and xenobiotics; moreover, it has a chelating action in case of heavy metals poisoning. Both thioctic acid and thiamine are essential for the normal development of the Krebs cycle.

DOSAGE:

Intravenous or deep intramuscular injection.

• Horses and cattle: 50 to 100 ml total.

• Pigs: 10 to 20 ml.

• Sheep: 5 to 10 ml.

Administer every 24 hours, during 5 days or until the figures of the hepatogramme become the normal values for each specie.

WARNINGS AND PRECAUTIONS:

-Previously to its use: check the safety seal and and its storage conditions. Also, check the expiration date printed on the label.

-Do not eat. Keep out from the reach of children.

-Doses and administration frequency are to be determined by a the veterinarian in charge.

-Store between 4 and 25ºC, away from durect sunlight and in an higienic place.

-Always consult your veterinarian.

-Recyclable container. Destroy after use.

ADMINISTRATION:

Intravenous or deep intramuscular via.

PRESENTATION:

HEPATONE 100 ml Vial. Multidose container.

OBSERVATION:

HEPATONE protects and stimulates the hepatic function, increasing the reserves of glycogen. It is effective in metabolic disorders, increasing the normal functioning of the hepatic cell. It has anti-toxic action (due to the S-S group).

HEPATONE is used in hepatic disorders such as hepatitis, hepatic insufficiency, lead, mercury or arsenic poisoning, food poisoning. Ketosis.

Hepatoprotector
Si
100
No
Si
Argentine