Growth Failure Due to Growth Hormone Deficiency
LG Life Sciences of India
1 Injection in 1 vial
10 to 17 working days
Eutropin 4IU Injection
Eutropin 4IU injection is intended for hormone therapy. It is used for the relative hormonal deficiency of growth, certain intestinal disorders or weight loss associated with HIV, and the mess associated with stunting. It can also be given to children with hereditary disorders who cannot reach their height.
What is Eutropin 4IU Injection?
Eutropin 4iu Injection is the same drug as the main form of natural human growth hormone. It is used to treat children with growth disorders due to a lack of secretion of endogenous growth hormone (GH). It is also used to treat short stature in adults.
Who is the manufacturer of Eutropin 4 IU Injection?
How Does Eutropin 4 IU Injection Work?
Eutropin 4 IU Injection has the same structure as a natural human growth hormone, which is essential for bone and muscle growth. It also helps fat and muscle tissue growth in the correct proportions.
How to use Eutropin 4 IU Injection?
Eutropin 4 IU Injections are given by injection into the skin under the supervision of a doctor. Your doctor or nurse can tell you exactly how to self-care. Prior to use, it must be properly trained and directed by a doctor. The dosage and frequency of administration depend on the intended use. You need to take this drug for the prescribed period.
What is the Use of Eutropin 4 IU Injection?
Human growth hormone deficiency
This drug is used to treat growth retardation caused by inadequate secretion of growth hormone. It is used to treat growth hormone deficiency in children and adults. Adult growth hormone deficiency may or may not be associated with multiple hormone deficiencies.
The drug is used to treat severe weight loss and muscle wasting in adults and children due to serious chronic illnesses such as AIDS and certain types of cancer.
Short bowel syndrome
This drug is used in combination with diet and dietary supplements to treat short bowel syndrome in adults. Short bowel syndrome is a malabsorption caused by inadequate functioning of the small intestine, resulting in severe diarrhea, malnutrition, and weight loss.
This drug is used to treat growth retardation in girls associated with a birth defect called Turner Syndrome.
Idiopathic short stature
This drug is used to treat short stature in children, regardless of the inadequate secretion of growth hormone.
Growth retardation due to chronic renal failure
This drug is used to treat failure to thrive in children due to chronic renal failure.
This drug is used to treat growth retardation in children associated with a hereditary disease called Noonan syndrome.
Short stature for age
This drug is used to treat short children whose pineal gland is not covered, and diagnostic tests rule out other causes of short stature.
What are the Side Effects?
- Tingling in the arms and feet
- Muscle cramps and stiffness
- Severe headache
- Visual disturbances
- Nausea and Vomiting
- Bone and joint pain
- Puffy fingers
- Swollen joints
- Yellowing of skin and eyes
- Mild to moderate depression
- Hair loss
- thinning of the hair
- Difficult or painful urination
What are the Dosage Instructions?
As soon as possible take the missed dose. When it’s time for your next dose, skip the missed dose. Don’t take it twice to catch up.
Seek emergency treatment or see a doctor in case of overdose.
Drinking alcohol with a Eutropin 4iu injection is dangerous.
Eutropin 4iu injections can be dangerous during pregnancy. Although human studies are limited, animal studies have been shown to have detrimental effects on developing children. Your doctor will assess the potential benefits and risks before prescribing. Please consult your doctor.
Eutropin 4iu injection is safe to use while breastfeeding. Limited human data suggest that the drug does not pose a serious risk to children.
Injections usually do not affect driving ability.
Information on the use of drugs in patients with renal dysfunction is limited. Please consult your doctor.
There is limited information on using 4IU for injections in patients with liver disease. Please consult your doctor.
Contraindications to the use of Eutropin 4 IU Injection
Hypersensitivity to the Eutropin 4IU vaccine is contraindicated. In addition, it should not be used under the following conditions:
Active malignant neoplasm
Acute respiratory failure
History of upper airway obstruction
Hypersensitivity to m-cresol or glycerin and benzyl alcohol.
No proliferative diabetic retinopathy
Open heart surgery or abdominal surgery
Pediatric patients with closed epiphysis
Use in patients with Prader-Willi syndrome