Drug information of Cerebrolysin

Cerebrolysin


Cerebrolysin is a peptide preparation used for the therapeutic improvement of cerebral functions that works in enhancing better cognitive function and behavior. The therapeutic effect of this intravenous substance acts directly in the nerve cells through enhanced penetration in blood-brain barrier.

Mechanism of effect

The action mechanism of Cerebrolysin works by increasing the metabolic regulation of the brain in carrying out efficient aerobic energetic metabolism function. Cerebrolysin also protects the further damaging of brain neurons brought about by the damaging effect of lactacidosis and free radicals. It also enhances memory and better cognitive function essential in healthy mental performance.

Pharmacodynamic

The action mechanism of Cerebrolysin works by increasing the metabolic regulation of the brain in carrying out efficient aerobic energetic metabolism function. Cerebrolysin also protects the further damaging of brain neurons brought about by the damaging effect of lactacidosis and free radicals. It also enhances memory and better cognitive function essential in healthy mental performance.

Dosage

Cerebrolysin is administered through intramuscular or intravenous injection or infusion. Treatment dosage and duration usually varies depending on the severity and type of condition being treated.

Alerts

Special care is indicated in cases of: • allergic diathesis • epileptic conditions and grand mal convulsions; Cerebrolysin treatment may result in an increase in the frequency of seizures • although there are no indications that Cerebrolysin causes renal stress, the product should not be administered in the presence of existing severe renal insufficiency

Points of recommendation

1- Cerebrolysin is available only through doctor’s prescription. 2- Cerebrolysin is not suitable for use on patients who are breastfeeding or are in any stage of pregnancy. Discuss with your doctor the underlying benefits versus the risk involve in using this medication.

Pregnancy level

HAVE NOT BEEN ESTABLISHED


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