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JeteparJetepar

Betaine Glucuronate

Diethanolamine Glucuronate

Nicotinamide Ascorbate

 

JETEPAR is a new drug with specific anti-toxic activity.

 

Its components have the following therapeutic activity:

 

Betaine glucuronate

Besides the lipotropic and detoxicating activity of betaine, a practically atoxic labile methyl donor, Betaine glucuronate has a remarkable antitoxic and glycogenetic action due to glucuronic acid which is one of the main substances employed by liver to eliminate endogenous or exogenous toxins.

 

Diethanolamine glucuronate

Adds to the detoxicating and liver protective action of glucuronic acid, the advantage of diethanolamine which remarkably reduces hepatic lipids of both aortic and serum cholesterol.

 

Nicotinamide as ascorbate preserves the antitoxic, eutrophic and antiastenic activity of ascorbic acid and the hypocholesterolemic action of nicotinamide. After a few days of treatment, JETEPAR determines a fast elimination of endogenous toxins as glucuronjugates and a fall of the hyperlipemic values. A clear improvement of the liver functions is thus rapidly achieved.

 

INDICATIONS

Endogenous and exogenous intoxications, acute and chronic liver diseases, hepatic cirrhosis, physical and mental overwork, fatty liver degeneration, alcoholism.

 

ADMINISTRATION and DOSAGE

Ampoules of ml 2 for intramuscular administration: 1-2 ampoules a day according to medical prescription.

Ampoules of ml 10 for intravenous administration: 1-2 ampoules a day according to doctor's prescription.

Syrup: 1-2 teaspoonfuls before meals up to 6 teaspoonfuls a day according to medical prescription.

Capsules: 4-6 capsules a day, according to medical prescription. Children: reduced dosage according to the age.

 

COMPOSITION

Ampoules of ml 2: Each ampoule contains: Betaine Glucuronate mg 150; Diethanolamine Glucuronate mg 40; Nicotinamide Ascorbate mg 20; Water for injections q.s. per ml 2.

Ampoules of ml 10: Each ampoule contains: Betaine Glucuronate mg 750; Diethanolamine Glucuronate mg 200; Nicotinamide Ascorbate mg 100; Water for injections q.s. per ml 10.

Capsules: Each capsule contains: Betaine Glucuronate mg 150: Diethanolamine Glucuronate mg 30; Nicotinamide Ascorbate mg 20. Syrup ml 100 contain: Betaine Glucuronate g 3.75; Diethanolamine Glucuronate g 1.00; Nicotinamide Ascorbate g. 0.50; Sorbitol g 65.78; Aromatic vehicle q.s. per ml 100.

 

PACKAGING:

Box of 10 ampoules of ml 2 for intramuscular administration.

Box of 5 ampoules of ml 10 for intravenous administration.

Box of 24, 80, 500 capsules.

Bottle of ml 150 syrup.

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