The Brand Name RENOLOG Has Generic Salt :: ALPHA
RENOLOG Is From Company LA RENON Priced :: Rs. 285
RENOLOG have ALPHA is comes under Sub class #N/A of Main Class #N/A
Main Medicine Class:: #N/A Sub Medicine Class :: #N/A
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Indications for Drugs ::
Prevention and therapy of damages due to faulty or deficient protein metabolism in chronic renal insufficiency in connection with limited protein in food of <40 g/day (for adults) ie, generally in patients with a glomerular filtration rate (GFR) <25 mL/min. CKD and diabetic nephropathy patients with proteinuria, creatininie clearance less than 50ml/min. Chronic renal insufficiency in compensated or decompensated retention. Drug Dose ::
For oral use. Swallow whole. Adults (70 kg body weight): If not otherwise prescribed take 4-8 tablets 3 times a day during meals. It is given as long as the GFR is <25 mL/min and a diet with an intake of maximum 40 g protein/day (for adults) is followed. Contraindication ::
Hypercalcaemia, disturbed amino acid metabolism. In case of hereditary phenylketonuria, it has to be taken into account that it contains phenylalanine.
Drug Precautions ::
It should be taken during meals to allow proper absorption and metabolism into the corresponding amino acids. The serum calcium level should be monitored regularly. Ensure the sufficient supply with calories. Use in pregnancy & lactation: No experience has been made so far with the application in pregnancy and lactation. Use in children: No experience has been made so far with the application in paediatric.
Drug Side Effects ::
Hypercalcaemia may develop. In this case, it is recommended to decrease vitamin D intake. If the hypercalcaemia persists, reduce the dosage as well as any other source of calcium.
Pregnancy category ::
Drug Mode of Action ::
Amino acids, including combinations with polypeptides. This allows the intake of essential amino acids while minimizing the amino-nitrogen intake. Following absorption, the keto- and hydroxyanalogues are transaminated to the corresponding essential amino acids by taking nitrogen from non-essential amino acids, thereby decreasing the formation of urea by re-using the amino group. Hence, the accumulation of uraemic toxins is reduced.
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