It is allowed to use an exceptionally clear solution without color change and without sediment.
Concentrated cerebrolysin is allowed to be applied in a dosage of 1 ml and up to 10 ml for intramuscular or intravenous injection. Starting with a volume of more than 10 ml and up to 50 ml (maximum dosage), the drug is used for slow drip infusions. Before the procedure, the total volume of the drug is adjusted to 100 ml. For dilution, solutions for infusion (isotonic NaCl solution) are used. The duration of the drip infusion lasts from 15 minutes to 1 hour.
The prepared infusion solution should be used immediately, since sunlight adversely affects the active ingredients that make up cerebrolysin, reducing their effectiveness.
With a standard scheme of injections of cerebrolysin, the duration of therapy is 10-20 days of daily intake of the drug.
A variant of therapy with a single drop administration of the drug in a dosage of 50 ml is possible, but smaller amounts of cyclic treatment are preferable and effective.
Recommended daily doses for different conditions:
- With organic destructive changes in the brain, neurodegenerative disorders - 5 ml - 30 ml per day.
- The states after the ONMK for hemorrhagic type, acute violation of cerebral circulation according to the ischemic type (acute period), transient ischemic attack are used 10 ml - 50 ml per day.
- TBM - 10 ml - 50 ml per day.
- Children in the age of half a year are recommended dosage in the amount of 0.1 ml per kilogram of body weight, but not more than two ml per day.
- In acute children's neurological disorders, 1-2 ml of the drug are prescribed as standard.
The maximum benefit with cerebrolysin therapy is in the case of cyclic application. Reception of the drug continues until the time when there is no positive dynamics. At the end of the first cycle of therapy, the frequency of cerebrolysin administration can be reduced to a maintenance dose at a frequency of two to three times over seven days. Between the cycles of treatment it is necessary to make a pause, the duration equal to the course of treatment.
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