Hy-Pleamin 50 vials of 20 ml (amino acids, rejuvenation)
What are Hy-Pleamin ampoules 20 ml (amino acids, rejuvenation)?
Hy-Pleamin is a mixture of several independent amino acids in a high concentration. Many of those cannot be taken orally as they either will not be absorbed into the intestine or will be destroyed by the other acids. Hy-Pleamin has been fully licensed in Japan in 1979 and remains one of the most popular injections for nutritional supplementation. It is prescribed for patients with hypoproteinemia, malnutrition, before and after surgery. Also, Hy-Pleamin ampoules are widely used for the cosmetological purposes, as this combination of amino acids helps to repair of cells and tissues, to rejuvenate the skin, to improve the condition of hair and nails.
- L-methionine 192 mg,
- L-Tryptophan 64 mg,
- L-leucine 218 mg,
- L-isoleucine 192 mg,
- L-phenylalanine 128 mg,
- L-arginine hydrochloride 200 mg,
- L-lysine hydrochloride 240.6 mg,
- L-theonine 128 mg,
- L-valine 192 mg,
- L-histidine hydrochloride solution 100 mg,
- Glycine 298 mg,
- D-sorbitol 1000 mg,
- L-cysteine 7 mg.
Amount: 50 polyampoules
Maker: Fuso Pharmaceutical Industries Ltd., Osaka, Japan
Indications: intensive supplementation with amino acids, including patients with hypoproteinemia, malnutrition, before and after surgery.
How to use
The usual adult dosage is 20-500 ml at once, taken slowly via intravenous injection or IV drip. The desirable speed of intake is about 10 g of amino acid per 60 minutes, so usually it takes 80-100 minutes per 200 ml for adult patients. Your doctor may adjust the dosage according to age, symptoms and body weight. However, the daily dose should not exceed 100 g of D-sorbitol.
Contraindications: do not use for patients with severe hepatic or renal impairment, patients with impaired metabolism or fructose intolerance. Do not use for pregnant or breastfeeding women.
The content of the ampoules has a specific smell.
If an allergic reaction occurs, patient needs to stop using the medicine and consult with their doctor. If patient is taking any other medication or treatment, they should consult with their doctor in advance.