Since this mixture of vitamins is used during parenteral nutrition to improve the general condition of the patient's body, its pharmacodynamics is determined by those substances that make up the drug.
Thanks to vitamin A, cell differentiation and growth are improving. Vision becomes clearer because of the improvement of its physiological mechanisms.
The processes associated with the exchange of phosphorus and calcium in the kidneys and bones are regulated in the body by vitamin D3.
Vitamin E is a popular antioxidant, therefore toxic products are not formed in the patient's body, which helps protect the components of cells.
Thiamin or vitamin B1 takes part in the process of the formation of coenzymes, which, in turn, are associated with the metabolism of carbohydrates.
Riboflavin is one of the most important coenzymes in the human body. Vitamin B2 is associated with energy metabolism in cells, with the respiration of tissues and the metabolism of macroelements.
Vitamin B3 takes part in all the restorative and oxidative processes that are important in the respiration of tissues and the exchange of macroelements.
Pantothenic acid or vitamin B5 is closely associated with such processes in the body as gluconeogenesis, oxidative metabolism of carbohydrates, the synthesis of fatty acids, steroid hormones, sterols, porphyrins.
Pyridoxine is considered an important coenzyme, which is involved in the metabolism of carbohydrates, proteins and fats in the body.
Vitamin C is a very important antioxidant, without which collagen and intercellular substance are not formed in the body in sufficient quantities. Also ascorbic acid takes part in the synthesis of steroids and carnitine, in the biosynthesis of catecholamine, the metabolism of tyrosine and folic acid.
Vitamin B12 has an exogenous origin and is important in the synthesis of myelin and nucleoprotein. It takes part during the multiplication of cells, and is also necessary to maintain erythropoiesis and the development of the body.
Biotin binds to the main four enzymes and takes part in metabolism.
Folic acid is an important part in the process of normal erythropoiesis and the synthesis of the nucleoprotein.
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