PLACENTREX INJECTION 2ML
PLACENTA EXTRACT (HUMAN)-0.1GM
PLACENTREX INJECTION 2ML belongs to the class of dermatological preparations used to treat chronic non-healing wounds or delayed wound healing (in case of diabetes). Besides this, it also treats wounds associated with burns, chronic ulcers, or other skin defects.
PLACENTREX INJECTION 2ML contains extract of fresh, healthy human placenta, nitrogen and proteins like peptides, nucleotides, and glutamate. It promotes wound healing by decreasing inflammation and increasing blood supply to the wound, thereby slowing down the cells' damage. PLACENTREX INJECTION 2ML has proteases that help in wound healing by controlling tissue regeneration and degeneration. Besides this, it helps in collagen synthesis leading to potent wound healing. Thus, PLACENTREX INJECTION 2ML promotes faster and comprehensive wound healing and facilitates tissue regeneration, especially in diabetic patients who have delayed wound healing.
PLACENTREX INJECTION 2ML is available in the form of a gel, cream, and injection. You should take this medicine as prescribed by your doctor. Some of the common side effects of PLACENTREX INJECTION 2ML include stinging sensations, burning sensations, and atrophy. However, these side effects are mild and temporary in nature. But if these side effects persist, always inform your doctor.
Do not take PLACENTREX INJECTION 2ML if you are allergic to any contents of it. Before taking PLACENTREX INJECTION 2ML, inform your doctor if you are pregnant, planning to become pregnant, or breastfeeding. Seek medical attention immediately if you develop an allergic reaction such as skin rash, hives, drop in pulse, and trouble breathing while using this medicine.
Chronic non-healing wounds
Store in a cool and dry place away from sunlight
Please do not stop the medication without your doctor's advice as it may cause the wound to recur. PLACENTREX INJECTION 2ML is only intended for use on the skin (topical) use. Do not apply in your eyes. Accidently if PLACENTREX INJECTION 2ML comes in contact with your eyes immediately wash your eyes with cold water and contact a doctor if medical attention id required. Avoid using PLACENTREX INJECTION 2ML if you are allergic to the placenta or antibiotics like gentamicin, vancomycin, or amphotericin B. Do not apply PLACENTREX INJECTION 2ML if you have any skin allergies or develop any severe skin allergic reactions. Let your doctor know if you are pregnant, planning for pregnancy or breastfeeding before using PLACENTREX INJECTION 2ML.
PLACENTREX INJECTION 2ML may not interact with alcohol.
PLACENTREX INJECTION 2ML should be used in pregnant women only if clinically needed and benefits outweigh the risks.
PLACENTREX INJECTION 2ML should be used in breastfeeding mothers only if benefits outweigh the risks.
PLACENTREX INJECTION 2ML may not affect your ability to drive.
PLACENTREX INJECTION 2ML can be safely used in patients with liver disease if prescribed.
PLACENTREX INJECTION 2ML can be safely used in patients with kidney disease if prescribed.
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Expires on or after - September 2021
PLACENTREX INJECTION 2ML contains 'placenta extract' that is used to treat chronic non-healing wounds. It delays the damage to the cells and promotes the growth of new cells at the wound site.
Take the missed dose as soon as you remember. however, if it almost time for the next dose, skip the missed dose and take the next dose at the fixed time.
Wounds that do not heal for the long-term or recur frequently are called chronic non-healing wounds. These wounds require special attention to heal.
PLACENTREX INJECTION 2ML can be effectively used to treat wounds such as burns. However, do not take this medicine without a doctor's advice.
It is a major complication of diabetes, probably diabetic foot. In this condition, the skin tissues break down and expose the inner parts of the skin layer. This diabetic foot ulcer occurs when the diabetes level becomes uncontrollable. It includes ulcers, infections, and gangrene, which constitute one of the most common causes of hospitalization among diabetic patients.
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