Blood substitutes and perfusion solutions. Supplementary solutions for intravenous administration. Amino acids. Arginine hydrochloride
Arginine is an amino acid that belongs to the class of conditional amino acids, and is an active and versatile cellular regulator of numerous vital bodily functions; it exhibits protective effects that are important in a critical condition. The medicine has antihypoxic, membrane-stabilising, cytoprotective, antioxidant, antiradical, detoxifying activity, is an active regulator of intermediate metabolism and energy supply processes, plays a certain role in maintaining the hormonal balance in the body.
Metabolic alkalosis, hyperammonemia, coronary and cerebral atherosclerosis, peripheral atherosclerosis, including with manifestations of intermittent lameness, diabetic angiopathy, hypertension, chronic heart failure, hypercholesterolemia, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, pulmonary hypertension, foetal growth restriction, and preeclampsia as a part of complex therapy.
The medicine should be administered as an intravenous drip at a rate of 10 drops per minute during the first 10–15 minutes, then the rate can be increased to 30 drops per minute.
The daily dose of the medicine is 100 ml of the solution.