Generic drug of the therapeutic class: Anesthesia, resuscitation, analgesics
Active ingredients: Soybean oil, Egg lecithin, Glycerol (E422)
laboratory: B-Braun Medical
Injectable emulsion for IV infusion
Box of 10 bottles of 250 ml
Caloric intake: those of parenteral nutrition, ie when the oral or enteral feeding is impossible or insufficient. Supply of essential fatty acids.
Dosage ENDOLIPIDE 20% Emulsion injection for infusion IV Box of 10 bottles of 250 ml
Intravenous route, slow and progressive infusion:
First 10 minutes: 5 to 10 drops / min.
then move to 20 and 30 drops / min. without exceeding 40 drops / min.
One 500 ml bottle of Endolipid should be administered for a minimum of 6 hours.
- In adults: 2 to 3 g of lipids / kg / day, ie 10 to 15 ml / kg / day.
- In children: 0.5 to 4 g of lipids / kg / day, ie 2.5 to 20 ml / kg / day.
Hyperlipidemias, egg allergies, lipoid nephrosis, acute pancreatitis with hyperlipidemia.
Severe hepatic insufficiency with coagulation disorders.
Endolipid side effects
They are infrequent and observed most often with the concentration at 20%.
- Initial or early infusion (occurring in less than 1% of cases): dyspnea, cyanosis, allergic reactions, hyperlipemia, hypercoagulability, nausea, vomiting, headache, flushing and sweating, fever, drowsiness, dizziness, pain thoracic and dorsal; rare thrombocytopenia in premature infants.
- Secondary: hepatomegaly, jaundice by centrilobular cholestasis, splenomegaly, thrombocytopenia, leukopenia, transient increase in liver function tests.