The role and efficacy of ulinastatin
Ulinastatin is a refined glycoprotein extracted from human urine. It
belongs to protease inhibitor and has the effect of inhibiting trypsin and other
trypsin activities. It is often used in the treatment of pancreatitis.
In addition, ulinastatin has the function of stabilizing lysosomal
membrane, inhibiting the release of lysosomal enzymes and inhibiting the
generation of myocardial inhibitory factors, so it can also be used in the
rescue treatment of acute circulatory failure. In use, there will be leukopenia,
liver enzyme rise and digestive tract adverse reactions.
Efficacy of ulinastatin - indications for injection with ulinastatin
1. Acute pancreatitis
2. Chronic recurrent pancreatitis
3. Rescue adjunctive medication for acute circulatory failure.