Haemostlmulinum (Hemostimulin)

Name:Hemostimulin (Haemostlmulinum) Indications for use: Hypochromic anemia (low hemoglobin in the blood) of various etiologies (causes). Pharmacological action: Stimulant of hematopoiesis. Haemostlmulinum (Hemostimulinum) method of administration and doses: Inside during meals, 0.25-0.5 g 3 times every day (drink diluted hydrochloric acid 10 drops per glass of water) for 3-5 weeks. Haemostlmulinum (Hemostimulin) contraindications: Diarrhea, vomiting. […]

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Haemophoblnum (Hemophobin)

Name:Hemophobin (Haemophoblnum) Indications for use: Used as a hemostatic agent. Pharmacological action: Hemostatic (hemostatic) agent. Haemophoblnum (Hemophobin) method of administration and doses: Take orally 2-3 teaspoons 1-3 times every day. Storage conditions: In a cool, dark place. Release form: In vials of 150 ml. Haemophoblnum (Hemophobin) Composition: Clear or slightly cloudy brown or yellow-brown liquid

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Haemodesunt (Hemodez)

Name:Haemodesunt Indications for use: Toxic forms (with the release of harmful substances into the blood) of gastrointestinal diseases, burns, as a result of infectious diseases, etc. Hemodez can give a good detoxification effect in sepsis (infection of the blood with microbes from the focus of purulent inflammation), but due to a possible decrease in blood

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Haematogenum (Hematogen)

Name:Hematogenum (Haematogenum) Indications for use: With anemia, loss of nutrition. Pharmacological action: It has antianemic (preventing the development of anemia – a decrease in hemoglobin in the blood) action. Haematogenum (Hematogen) method of administration and doses: Inside, in tiles, 1-2 shares per reception 2-3 times every day. Haematogenum (Hematogen) contraindications: Not identified. Haematogenum (Hematogen) side

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Active substance Vaccine to prevent viral hepatitis B (Vaccine hepatitis B) ATH J07BC01 Hepatitis B virus purified antigen Pharmacological group   Vaccines, sera, phages and toxoids   Composition and form of release   1 ml of adult vaccine contains 10 mcg of hepatitis B surface antigen adsorbed on about 0.5 mg of aluminum hydroxide; in bottles

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