What is statripsine?
Statripsine is an anti-inflammatory drug that works on hydrolysis to cut off inflammatory proteins in the foci of inflammation, inactivating proteins that are indirectly involved in activating the inflammatory response, in addition to being used in Dissolve some types of mucus secretions in the body, typically the respiratory mucus and eye mucosa.
Cautions when using (Warning and caution)
Alphachymotrypsin is generally well tolerated and does not cause significant side effects. Patients who should not be treated with enzymes include people with a genetic disorder called hemophilia
People with coagulation disorders without a genetic predisposition, those who have had or are about to undergo surgery, those taking anticoagulant therapy, those who are allergic to proteins, pregnant women or breastfeeding, patients with stomach ulcers.
The pharmacology of the drug Statripsine
Alpha-Chymotrypsin is an enzyme made by activating chymotrypsinogen, extracted from bovine pancreas.
Alpha-Chymotrypsin is a proteolytic enzyme with a selective catalyst effect on peptide bonds adjacent to aromatic amino acids. This enzyme is used in ophthalmology to dissolve the fragile ligament of the vitreous suspension, which helps to easily remove opaque ophthalmic nodules and reduce eye injuries. The enzyme does not resolve the case of stickiness between the lens and other eye structures.
Alpha-Chymotrypsin is also used to reduce inflammation and soft tissue edema due to abscesses and ulcers, or trauma and to help loosen upper respiratory secretions in people with asthma, bronchitis, lung diseases and inflammation sinus.
Statripsine drug interactions
Statripsine may change how your other medications work or increase the effects of side effects. To avoid drug interactions, it's best to write down a list of current medications (including prescription, over-the-counter medicines, herbs, and supplements) and show them to your doctor or pharmacist.
To ensure safety when using the drug, you do not arbitrarily take, stop or change the dosage of the drug without a doctor's permission.
What food or beverage may Statripsine interact with?
Food, alcohol, and tobacco may interact with certain drugs. Consult your doctor about taking medication with food, alcohol and tobacco.
Statripsine may interact with your health condition.
Your medical condition may affect the use of this medicine. Tell your doctor if you have any health problems.
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