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ALBUTEIN 5% 250ML bag(人血白蛋白注射溶液剂)
药店国别  
产地国家 美国 
处 方 药: 是 
所属类别 250毫升/袋 
包装规格 250毫升/袋 
计价单位: 袋 
生产厂家中文参考译名:
基立福
生产厂家英文名:
Grifols
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原产地英文商品名:
ALBUTEIN 5% IV SOLUTION 250ML/BAG
原产地英文药品名:
ALBUMIN(HUMAN)
中文参考商品译名:
ALBUTEIN 5% IV溶液 250毫升/袋
中文参考药品译名:
人血白蛋白
曾用名:
简介:

 

部份中文人血白蛋白处方资料(仅供参考)
人血白蛋白 Albutein25%注射液
英文名:Human Albumin   
中文名:人血白蛋白
别名:人血浆白蛋白,血清白蛋白,冻干人血白蛋白,Human SeroAlbumin,Human Albumin,Cryodesiccant Human Albumin。   
类别:生物制品。   
制剂/规格
①注射剂:5%100ml、20%50ml、25%50ml。
②冻干粉针剂:10g/瓶。、20g/瓶。
孕妇及哺乳期妇女用药
对孕妇或可能怀孕妇女的用药应慎重,如有必要应用时,应在医师指导和严密观察下使用。
不良反应
偶见荨麻疹、寒战、发热或血压下降。快速输注可引起血管超负荷导致肺水肿,偶有过敏反应。
药物相互作用
本品不宜与血管收缩药,蛋白水解酶或含酒精溶剂的注射液混合使用。   
药物过量
因本品有高渗作用,过量注射时,可造成脱水、机体循环负荷增加、充血性心力衰竭和肺水肿。
用法
静滴、静注。5—10g/次。或遵医嘱。
完整说明书附件:
https://dailymed.nlm.nih.gov/dailymed/drugInfo.cfm?setid=9c45986e-4e62-4f7d-971c-bec74dc4d234
These highlights do not include all the information needed to use Albutein 5% safely and effectively. See full prescribing information for Albutein 5%. Albutein 5% [Albumin (Human) U.S.P.] sterile, aqueous solution for single dose intravenous administra | Albutein
Albumin (Human) U.S.P., Albutein 5% Solution is indicated:
In those conditions in which the colloid requirement is high and there is less need for fluid, albumin should be administered as a 25% solution.
Albutein 5% is administered intravenously. The total dosage will vary with the individual. In adults, an initial infusion of 500 mL is suggested. Additional amounts may be administered as clinically indicated.
In the treatment of the patient in shock with greatly reduced blood volume, Albutein 5% may be administered as rapidly as necessary in order to improve the clinical condition and restore normal blood volume. This may be repeated in 15-30 minutes if the initial dose fails to prove adequate. In the patient with a slightly low or normal blood volume, the rate of administration should be 1-2 mL per minute.
DIRECTIONS FOR USE: (250mL and 500mL)
Flip off plastic cap on top of the vial and expose rubber stopper. Cleanse exposed rubber stopper with suitable germicidal solution, being sure to remove any excess. Observe aseptic technique and prepare sterile intravenous equipment as follows:
Flip off plastic cap on top of the vial and expose rubber stopper. Cleanse exposed rubber stopper with suitable germicidal solution, being sure to remove any excess. Observe aseptic technique and prepare sterile intravenous equipment as follows:
Albutein 5% is a sterile, aqueous solution for single dose intravenous administration containing 5% human albumin (weight/volume). It is available in the following presentations:
Albutein 5% is contraindicated in patients with severe anemia or cardiac failure in the presence of normal or increased intravascular volume.
The use of Albutein 5% is contraindicated in patients with a history of allergic reactions to albumin.
Albutein 5% is made from pooled human plasma. Based on effective donor screening and product manufacturing processes, it carries an extremely remote risk for transmission of viral diseases, including a theoretical risk for transmission of Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease (CJD). Although no cases of transmission of viral diseases or CJD have ever been identified for albumin, the risk of infectious agents cannot be totally eliminated. The physician should weigh the risks and benefits of the use of this product and should discuss these with the patient.
Solutions of Albutein 5% should not be used if they appear turbid or if there is sediment in the bottle. Do not begin administration more than 4 hours after the container has been entered. Discard unused portion.
Albutein 5% should be administered with caution to patients with low cardiac reserve.
Rapid infusion may cause vascular overload with resultant pulmonary edema. Patients should be closely monitored for signs of increased venous pressure.
A rapid rise in blood pressure following infusion necessitates careful observation of injured or postoperative patients to detect and treat severed blood vessels that may not have bled at a lower pressure.
Patients with marked dehydration require administration of additional fluids. Albutein 5% may be administered with the usual dextrose and saline intravenous solutions. However, solutions containing protein hydrolysates or alcohol must not be infused through the same administration set in conjunction with Albutein 5% since these combinations may cause the proteins to precipitate. See also PATIENT COUNSELING INFORMATION (17).
The most common adverse reactions include fever and chills, rash, nausea, vomiting, tachycardia and hypotension. Should an adverse reaction occur, slow or stop the infusion for a period of time which may result in the disappearance of the symptoms. If administration has been stopped and the patient requires additional Albutein 5%, material from a different lot should be used.
Albutein 5%, particularly if administered rapidly, may result in vascular overload with resultant pulmonary edema.
To report SUSPECTED ADVERSE REACTIONS, contact Grifols Biologicals Inc. at 1-888-GRIFOLS (1-888-474-3657) or FDA at 1-800-FDA-1088 or www.fda.gov/medwatch.
Pregnancy Category C. Animal reproduction studies have not been conducted with Albutein 5%. It is also not known whether Albutein 5% can cause fetal harm when administered to a pregnant woman or can affect reproductive capacity. Albutein 5% should be given to a pregnant woman only if clearly needed.
The pediatric use of Albutein 5% has not been clinically eva luated. The dosage will vary with the clinical state and body weight of the individual. Typically, a dose one-quarter to one-half the adult dose may be administered, or dosage may be calculated on the basis of 0.6 to 1.0 gram per kilogram of body weight (12 to 20 mL of Albutein 5%). The usual rate of administration in children should be one-quarter the adult rate. Therefore, physicians should weigh the risks and benefits of the use of Albutein 5% in the pediatric population.
Parenteral drug products should be inspected visually for particulate matter and discoloration prior to administration, whenever solution and container permit.
Albutein 5% is a sterile, aqueous solution for single dose intravenous administration containing 5% human albumin (weight/volume). Albutein 5% is prepared by a cold alcohol fractionation method from pooled human plasma obtained from venous blood. The product is stabilized with 0.08 millimole sodium caprylate and 0.08 millimole sodium acetyltryptophanate per gram of albumin. Albutein 5% is osmotically and isotonically equivalent to an equal volume of normal human plasma. Albutein 5% contains 130-160 milliequivalents of sodium ion per liter and has a pH of 7.0 ± 0.3. The aluminum content of the solution is not more than 200 micrograms per liter during the shelf life of the product. The product contains no preservatives.
Albutein 5% is heated at 60 °C for ten hours. No positive assertion can be made, however, that this heat treatment completely destroys the causative agents of viral hepatitis.
There are no known cases of viral hepatitis which have resulted from the administration of Albutein 5%. Albumin is a highly soluble, globular protein (MW 66,500), accounting for 70-80% of the colloid osmotic pressure of plasma. Therefore, it is important in regulating the osmotic pressure of plasma. Albutein 5% supplies the oncotic equivalent of approximately its volume of human plasma. It will increase the circulating plasma volume by an amount approximately equal to the volume infused. This extra fluid reduces hemoconcentration and decreases blood viscosity. The degree and duration of volume expansion depend upon the initial blood volume. When treating patients with diminished blood volume, the effect of infused albumin may persist for many hours. The hemodilution lasts for a shorter time when albumin is administered to individuals with normal blood volume.
Albumin is also a transport protein and binds naturally occurring, therapeutic, and toxic materials in the circulation. The binding properties of albumin may, in special circumstances, provide an indication for its clinical use. For such purposes, however, the 25% solution should be used.
Albumin is distributed throughout the extracellular water and more than 60% of the body albumin pool is located in the extravascular fluid compartment. The total body albumin in a 70 kg man is approximately 320 g. Albumin has a circulating life span of 15-20 days, with a turnover of approximately 15 g per day.
Albutein 5% is supplied as a sterile, aqueous solution for single dose intravenous administration containing 5% human albumin (weight/volume). It is available in the following vial sizes:
Storage
Albutein 5% is stable for three years provided that storage temperature does not exceed 30 °C. Protect from freezing.
The most common adverse reactions include fever and chills, rash, nausea, vomiting, tachycardia and hypotension. Depending on the severity of the reaction, patients should be advised to discontinue use of the product and contact their physician and/or seek immediate emergency care.
Albutein 5% should be administered with caution to patients with low cardiac reserve.
Rapid infusion may cause vascular overload with resultant pulmonary edema. Patients should be closely monitored for signs of increased venous pressure.
A rapid rise in blood pressure following infusion necessitates careful observation of injured or postoperative patients to detect and treat severed blood vessels that may not have bled at a lower pressure.
Patients with marked dehydration require administration of additional fluids. Albutein 5% may be administered with the usual dextrose and saline intravenous solutions. However, solutions containing protein hydrolysates or alcohol must not be infused through the same administration set in conjunction with Albutein 5% since these combinations may cause the proteins to precipitate. See also WARNINGS AND PRECAUTIONS (5.2). 

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