CLINICAL EFFECTIVENESS OF ENTEROSORPTION IN REDUCTION OF ENDOGENOUS INTOXICATION SYNDROME IN PATIENTS WITH NONSPECIFIC ULCERATIVE COLITIS, 2009
O.Osadchaya, A. Boyarskaya
In patients with active UC there is a significant decompensation of toxin-binding capacity of albumin. Meantime, involvement of globulins occurs in processes of toxins elimination, which alter their properties and can cause development of infectious complications in patients with UC.
Use of enterosorbent Enterosgel in combination treatment of patients with UC helps to reduce toxic load on natural detoxification systems and maintain optimal value of toxin-binding capacity of albumin. Meantime, decreased role of serum globulin fraction in detoxification processes maintains their basic functional capacities, thereby reducing the risk of infectious and autoimmune complications in patients with UC.
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Enterosgel® in Gastroenterology: Posology and Method of Administration
Dosage and Administration of Enterosgel® for the Treatment of Acute Diarrhea
IBD in children is accompanied by the development of endogenous intoxication, manifestation of which is conditioned by the severity of the process and dependent on the nature of intestinal lesion.
Enterosorption is an effective and safe method of sorption detoxification in the combination treatment of IBD in children, since it reduces the toxic load on the detoxification system of the body and the risk of developing infectious and autoimmune complications.
Enterosgel is the adsorbent of choice since it has high effectiveness and safety in young children, significant cytoprotective effect, convenient pharmaceutical form, and can be used in a long-term repeated course.