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Haemaccel 500ML Inf

Polygeline
Sanofi


Rs. 526.82 Rs. 473.61/Pack 10.1% OFF

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Haemaccel is a plasma volume substitute. It is an intravascular colloid. It is used as a substitute to overcome the requirement of blood loss due to an accident, haemorrhage, burns, injury, etc. 

Active Ingredient

The main or active ingredient in this infusion is polygeline. About 35g of polygeline is present in 1000ml infusion. Other ingredients present in this drip are sodium chloride, potassium chloride, and calcium chloride. It is also called a plasma volume expander. 

Uses

Following are some of the purposes for which this infusion is necessary. 

  • Haemaccel infusion is a plasma substitute. It substitutes or replaces the plasma or fluid lost in the circulation.
  • It protects the patient from loss of electrolytes caused by the accident or trauma. Loss of electrolytes can cause nausea, dizziness or seizures, or dehydration.
  • It substitutes the blood and body fluid lost due to an accident, injury, or burns.
  • It can also be used as a substitute liquid for filling up the volume of circulating blood while undergoing surgery. 

It is used in the prevention or treatment of Shock associated with reduction in effective circulating blood volume due to Hemorrhage, Loss of plasma (Burns, Peritonitis, Pancreatitis, Crush injuries), or Loss of water and electrolytes from persistent diarrhea.

Dosage

  • Haemaccel infusion is given to immobile patients while undergoing surgery. So, doctors know better when it is required. 
  • Do not self-assess the drip. It should be taken with the help of a professional. Also, your doctor knows better how much dose is required.
  • The speed of infusion is set according to the condition of the patient and on the circulatory framework such as heart rate, blood pressure etc.

Availability and Price

These infusions are easily available in every hospital. These are not expensive at all but should only be used when the doctor asks. These infusions are used to increase the plasma volume in order to maintain moderate blood circulation while undergoing surgery. 

 


Haemaccel is a plasma volume substitute. It is an intravascular colloid. It is used as a substitute to overcome the requirement of blood loss due to an accident, haemorrhage, burns, injury, etc. 

Active Ingredient

The main or active ingredient in this infusion is polygeline. About 35g of polygeline is present in 1000ml infusion. Other ingredients present in this drip are sodium chloride, potassium chloride, and calcium chloride. It is also called a plasma volume expander. 

Uses

Following are some of the purposes for which this infusion is necessary. 

  • Haemaccel infusion is a plasma substitute. It substitutes or replaces the plasma or fluid lost in the circulation.
  • It protects the patient from loss of electrolytes caused by the accident or trauma. Loss of electrolytes can cause nausea, dizziness or seizures, or dehydration.
  • It substitutes the blood and body fluid lost due to an accident, injury, or burns.
  • It can also be used as a substitute liquid for filling up the volume of circulating blood while undergoing surgery. 

It is used in the prevention or treatment of Shock associated with reduction in effective circulating blood volume due to Hemorrhage, Loss of plasma (Burns, Peritonitis, Pancreatitis, Crush injuries), or Loss of water and electrolytes from persistent diarrhea.

Dosage

  • Haemaccel infusion is given to immobile patients while undergoing surgery. So, doctors know better when it is required. 
  • Do not self-assess the drip. It should be taken with the help of a professional. Also, your doctor knows better how much dose is required.
  • The speed of infusion is set according to the condition of the patient and on the circulatory framework such as heart rate, blood pressure etc.

Availability and Price

These infusions are easily available in every hospital. These are not expensive at all but should only be used when the doctor asks. These infusions are used to increase the plasma volume in order to maintain moderate blood circulation while undergoing surgery. 

 

  • This medication is usually given to patients that have become immobile. Make sure to tell the doctor about all the allergies and ailments of the patient to avoid any allergic reaction.
  • Individuals having gelatine allergies should not take this medication.
  • If the blood circulating is already higher, then you must not use haemaccel. 
  • If you already have enough fluid in your body, then you must avoid taking hemocoel infusion.
  • If you are suffering from blood clotting impairment, then you must not take this medication because it increases the risk of bleeding. 
  • If you are suffering from heart or kidney disease, then you must avoid taking this infusion because a large volume of fluid through drips is bad for these organs’ health.
  • Most of the plasma substitutes increase the risk of catching allergies. These allergies could be mild and severe as well. 
  • It is considered safe for patients suffering from liver impairment. 
  • If you are taking any other medication, inform the doctor about it before taking this infusion.
  • Although plasma infusion is considered safe for pregnant women or breastfeeding mothers, it is always necessary to talk to your doctor before taking anything during that period to avoid any fatal consequences of the medicine. 

It is contra-indicated in patients with a known Hypersensitivity to constituents of the preparation and/or patients with existing anaphylactoid reactions. Should be used with caution in an increased risk of histamine release (e.g. allergic persons and patients with a history of histamine response; also patients who in the previous 7 days have received a drug which releases histamine).In the latter cases, it may be given only after taking appropriate prophylactic steps. Please consult your doctor when taking this medicine if you are pregnant.

Likewise, every other medication. This medication also has some side effects that might not be experienced by everyone. However, individuals with certain allergies might get some side effects from the use of this medication. Following are some of the side effects associated with the use of this medication. 

  • Mild skin infections such as nettle rash or hives may be experienced by some of the individuals.
  • Mental health changes such as aggressiveness, nervousness, agitation. 
  • Hypersomnia or oversleeping
  • Headache 
  • Irritable Bowel Syndrome such as diarrhea
  • Allergic reactions from this medication have been observed in extremely rare cases.

During or after the infusion of Volume-expanding solutions, transient Urticarial skin reactions (wheals), Hypotension, Tachycardia, Bradycardia, Nausea/Vomiting, Dyspnoea, Increases in temperature and/or Shivering may occasionally occur.

  • This medication is usually given to patients that have become immobile. Make sure to tell the doctor about all the allergies and ailments of the patient to avoid any allergic reaction.
  • Individuals having gelatine allergies should not take this medication.
  • If the blood circulating is already higher, then you must not use haemaccel. 
  • If you already have enough fluid in your body, then you must avoid taking hemocoel infusion.
  • If you are suffering from blood clotting impairment, then you must not take this medication because it increases the risk of bleeding. 
  • If you are suffering from heart or kidney disease, then you must avoid taking this infusion because a large volume of fluid through drips is bad for these organs’ health.
  • Most of the plasma substitutes increase the risk of catching allergies. These allergies could be mild and severe as well. 
  • It is considered safe for patients suffering from liver impairment. 
  • If you are taking any other medication, inform the doctor about it before taking this infusion.
  • Although plasma infusion is considered safe for pregnant women or breastfeeding mothers, it is always necessary to talk to your doctor before taking anything during that period to avoid any fatal consequences of the medicine. 

It is contra-indicated in patients with a known Hypersensitivity to constituents of the preparation and/or patients with existing anaphylactoid reactions. Should be used with caution in an increased risk of histamine release (e.g. allergic persons and patients with a history of histamine response; also patients who in the previous 7 days have received a drug which releases histamine).In the latter cases, it may be given only after taking appropriate prophylactic steps. Please consult your doctor when taking this medicine if you are pregnant.

Likewise, every other medication. This medication also has some side effects that might not be experienced by everyone. However, individuals with certain allergies might get some side effects from the use of this medication. Following are some of the side effects associated with the use of this medication. 

  • Mild skin infections such as nettle rash or hives may be experienced by some of the individuals.
  • Mental health changes such as aggressiveness, nervousness, agitation. 
  • Hypersomnia or oversleeping
  • Headache 
  • Irritable Bowel Syndrome such as diarrhea
  • Allergic reactions from this medication have been observed in extremely rare cases.

During or after the infusion of Volume-expanding solutions, transient Urticarial skin reactions (wheals), Hypotension, Tachycardia, Bradycardia, Nausea/Vomiting, Dyspnoea, Increases in temperature and/or Shivering may occasionally occur.

Haemaccel 500ML Inf Price in Pakistan - updated Sep 2022

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Haemaccel 500ML Inf

Rs. 473.61

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