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Ursochol

Medicines used in biliary pathology

A small amount of ursodeoxycholic acid is found in human bile. After oral use, ursodeoxycholic acid decreases the cholesterol saturation of bile, suppressing cholesterol absorption in the intestine and decreasing the secretion of cholesterol into bile.

– Dissolution of X-ray-negative cholesterol gallstones no larger than 15 mm in diameter in patients with a functional gallbladder despite the gallstone(s) presence.
– Treatment of bile reflux gastritis.
– Symptomatic treatment of primary biliary cirrhosis (PBC) in the absence of decompensated hepatic cirrhosis.
– For the treatment of hepatobiliary disorders in cystic fibrosis in children from 6 to18 years old.

There are no age restrictions on the use of Ursochol. The medicine should be used orally in patients with a body weight of more than 47 kg. For patients who have a body weight of less than 47 kg or who have difficulty swallowing capsules, the medicine should be used in the form of suspension.

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