Medicinal Products

ENDOLIPID 20%

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
All forms

Indication

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.

Against indications

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.

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