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Plasbumin 20%  Injection
Plasbumin 20%  Injection
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Plasbumin 20% Injection | 100 ml in 1 vial

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Human Albumin 20%
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Introduction of Plasbumin Injection

Plasbumin 20% Injection is a sterile liquid training of human plasma albumin. {It is used to treat loss of blood volume. It is indicated for conditions such as hypovolemia, hypoalbuminemia, acute nephrosis and liver failure. Plasbumin 20% is used to replace blood volume loss due to excessive trauma, haemorrhage, severe burns or injury by maintaining the oncotic or colloid osmotic pressure of the circulating blood volume.

Patients with a history of allergy to Plasbumin Injection and those with heart failure, pulmonary oedema or severe anaemia should not use this Plasbumin Injection.

The use of Plasbumin 20% Injection may have an effect on blood pressure and sodium levels. Plasbumin Injection may cause an increase in blood pressure due to its volume-expanding effect and also an increase in sodium levels as it is made from human blood plasma, which contains sodium. However, the effect on blood pressure and sodium levels may vary depending on the patient's specific medical condition and response to treatment. It is therefore important to monitor blood pressure and sodium levels closely when taking Plasbumin 20.


Uses of Plasbumin Injection

Hypovolemia: Plasbumin 20% Injection is used to treat hypovolemia, a condition characterised by low blood volume which can be caused by various factors such as blood loss, dehydration or excessive fluid loss.

Hypoalbuminemia: Plasbumin Injection is used to treat hypoalbuminemia, a condition characterised by low levels of albumin in the blood. This can occur as a result of conditions such as liver disease, kidney disease, malnutrition and chronic inflammation.

Acute Nephrosis: Plasbumin 20% Injection is used to treat acute nephrosis, a condition characterised by inflammation and swelling of the kidneys.

Liver Failure: Plasbumin 20 is used in the treatment of patients with liver failure.


Benefits of Plasbumin Injection

Plasbumin 20% Injection can be utilized as a volume expander to increase blood volume in cases of hypovolemia, which can occur as a result of shock, burns, and liver disease.

Plasbumin 20% can be utilized to treat hypoalbuminemia, a condition characterized by low levels of albumin in the blood, seen in patients suffering from liver disease, kidney disease, and other medical conditions.

Plasbumin 20% Injection can be employed to decrease oedema by increasing the volume of albumin in the blood and by drawing fluid back into the blood vessels.

Plasbumin Injection can be used to offer extra protein and other vital nutrients to patients who are malnourished or have nutritional deficiencies.


Side Effects of Plasbumin Injection

​As with all medicines, Plasbumin 20% Injection may have side effects which do not require medical attention and which will disappear as your body adjusts to the medicine. Tell your doctor if they persist or if you're worried about them.


Most Common Side Effects of Plasbumin Injection

  • Mild hypotension
  • Flushing
  • Urticaria
  • Fever
  • Nausea


Common Side Effects of Plasbumin Injection

  • Anaphylaxis


How to Use Plasbumin Injection?

Plasbumin 20% Injection is administered by a healthcare professional or nurse in a hospital or clinic setting. The specific dosing and administration of the Plasbumin Injection will be determined by the patient's clinical condition, age, medical history, and other factors. It is important to note that this Plasbumin 20% should not be self-administered, and it is important to follow the instructions of the healthcare professional administering the Plasbumin 20.


How Plasbumin Injection Works?

Plasbumin 20% Injection is a solution that is intended for intravenous infusion, Plasbumin 20 is made up of human albumin, a protein that is naturally present in the blood. Plasbumin Injection works by replacing the loss of blood or body fluids that may occur due to excessive bleeding, surgeries, or kidney dialysis.


Safety Advices Plasbumin Injection

alcohol
Alcohol
Unsafe

Drinking alcohol while consuming Plasbumin 20% Injection is generally discouraged as it can potentially heighten the chances of liver damage. It is advisable to either abstain from alcohol or restrict your alcohol intake when using any medication.

kidney
Kidney
Use with Caution

Patients with kidney disease should exercise caution when using Plasbumin 20%. It is crucial for them to closely monitor their kidney function while taking Plasbumin 20 and promptly inform their doctor of any unusual symptoms or changes in kidney function. Adjustments to the dosage of Plasbumin 20 may be necessary for patients with kidney disease.

driving
Driving
Safe

The effect of Plasbumin 20% Injection on driving skills is still unknown. Should any signs of impaired focus and delayed reaction arise, it is recommended to avoid driving a vehicle.

liver
Liver
Use with Caution

Patients with liver disease should exercise caution when using Plasbumin Injection. It is crucial for them to closely monitor their liver function while taking Plasbumin 20% and promptly inform their doctor of any abnormal symptoms or changes in liver function. In patients with liver disease, the dosage of Plasbumin 20 may require adjustment.

breastfeeding
Breastfeeding
Use with Caution

The excretion of this Plasbumin 20% Injection in human milk is still unknown. Therefore, it is recommended to exercise caution when administering Plasbumin Injection to a nursing mother. If you are currently breastfeeding and taking Plasbumin 20%, it is essential to discuss with your doctor the potential risks and benefits of continuing to breastfeed. Your doctor will assist you in making the most suitable decision for the health of both you and your baby.

pregnancy
Pregnancy
Safe

The effects of Plasbumin 20 on animal reproduction have not been studied. It is uncertain whether Plasbumin Injection can harm the fetus or affect reproductive ability when given to pregnant women. The use of Plasbumin Injection in pregnant women should be limited to cases where it is clearly necessary.


References

1. Albumex 20 (20%) solution for infusion, CSL Behring (Australia) Pty Ltd, Product Leaflet

2. Albumex (Human Albumin solutions), Author /Reviewer: Consultant Haematologist, Scientist in Charge Transfusion Medicine, KEMH, Australia, Product Monograph 

3. Human Albumin Biotest 5%,20%, Paviour Pharmaceuticals (P) Ltd: India. Available form 

4. Human Albumin Baxalta 200 G/l Solution For Infusion, Baxter AG Industriestrasse 67 A-1221 Vienna, Austria, Product Leaflet

5. Albumin (Human) 20%, Drugs.com, Available form

6. Albumin (Human) 5%, OCTAPHARMA Pharmazeutika, Product Leaflet

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