Elase

Active Ingredient(s): Desoxyribonuclease + Fibrinolysin
Category: Skin Care



Elase Overview

Fibrinolysin is an enzyme derived from plasma of bovine origin or extracted from cultures of certain bacteria. It is used locally only and exclusively together with the enzyme desoxyribonuclease (extracted from bovine pancreas). Fibrinolysin and desoxyribonuclease both act as lytic enzymes. The combination is available as ointment containing 1 BU (Biological Unit) fibrinolysin and 666 BUs desoxyribonuclease per gram. Fibrinolysin attacks and inactivates fibrin molecules occurring in undesirab...

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Details May Include Instructions, Side Effects, Interactions, Etc. Drug monograph is from Wikipedia. All text is available under the terms of the GFDL (GNU Free Documentation License). Source: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fibrinolysin

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Elase ointment for wound

PLEASE TELL ME WHO MAKES ELASE AND WHERE TO FIND ELASE OINTMENT ## Elase is a debridement ointment used to treat deep skin wounds or ulcers. From what I can find, it is manufactured by Zuelig Pharma, a division of Pfizer in Malaysia and that's also where it is available, as it not sold in the U.S. Learn more Elase details here. Have you visited a U.S. doctor? They would be able to help you discover what options are available here. ## Where can i get this elase ointment? ## Hi dear My father in low has been suffering from bed sore for 20 years and he use the Elase ointment . He lives in Iran and how can he prepare this ointment? ## Please tell me how I can find Elase ointment in toronto? Thanks. ## Hi, did you find out where to buy this elase ointment?

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Elase Ointment

debridement ointment ## I have a large wound on my left ankle. It started out as pressure ulcer and I was using hydrocortizone for the itching. I did not know that the cortizone would make my skin there very tender and at one point when I was washing a large patch of skin came off, so now I have a small patch of a wound. I am using Staphaseptic for the wound and a natural cream for the itching. It is healing slowly and there is some dead skin that needs to be removed. Is there an over the counter debraidment ointment to help get rid of the dead skin?? Thank, Bob ## I am 75 yrs old. I have Sakram troma. I have had 3 surgaries so far because of recurrence. It is malagnant. My doctor prescribs Elase oinment for the new wound as big as can be filled with a goose egg. I live in Iran, but my ...

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Elase For Treatment To Bed Sore

have bed sores need drug to apply to areas with the sores ## Have you consulted a doctor? this site does not manufacture, nor sell any products, this is an information only website. Proper treatment for the bed sores is going to depend on how severe they are and if they are infected. ## Where to find Elase ointment for wound care

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Possible Dosages for this and Related Drugs:

Desoxyribonuclease + Fibrinolysin
  • Ointment: 666.6unit/g + 1unit/g
  • Solution: 15000unit + 25unit
Note: Above list includes dosages for all drugs with the same combination of active ingredients.

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