Generally, patients receiving intravenous alimentation show low GI tract absorption, which results in a huge loss of trace minerals with dysfunctions of metabolism and storage of trace minerals, will be influenced. Also, stabilizers or certain amino acids in the intravenous alimentation are known to induce excessive excretion of trace minerals through the kidney.
Therefore, long term use of intravenous alimentation without trace minerals causes nutritional deficiencies. Especially in the advanced countries including England, Canada, and America, most medical institutions add Cr, Cu, Mn, Se, Zn, Fe into the TPN solution routinely to prevent deficiencies in trace minerals of TPN patients following the written by expert panel from Nutrition Advisory Group of American Medical Association in 1979 Reactive Oxidative Species (ROS) occurs more frequently in TPN patients, surgical patients, and chronic disease patients and it reduces immune function and delays recovery speed. However, trace minerals including Selenium, Zinc, Copper, and Manganese are the components for various antioxidative enzymes that inhibit oxidation by ROS. Therefore, if these minerals are supplied, activity of antioxidative enzymes will increase, and oxidative stress from reactive oxygen will decrease, and recovery speed of wounds will increase.
|Ingredients||Selenium 20㎍ per 1ml, Zinc 1mg, Copper 0.4mg, Manganese 0.1mg, Chrome 4㎍|
|Classification/code||Medical product / other blood and body fluid solution (399)|
|Approved date||March 19th, 2010|
|Description||Vial injection with clear blue color/colorless, odorless.|
|Effects||Supply trace minerals for intrajugularvenous alimentation|
|Dosage||While following the doctor’s instruction, check trace elements analysis to modify the dosage.|
|Packing unit||10ml/vial, 25vial/box|
- Increase Immunology Activity (Anticancer effect)
- Chronic Fatigue
- Improvement of Wound, Swelling, Bruise