Pancreatin enteric-coated capsules for the treatment of exocrine pancreatic insufficiency in children and adults. Exocrine pancreatic insufficiency is common (but not limited to) · cystic fibrosis · chronic pancreatitis · postpancreatectomy · postgastrectomy · pancreatic cancer · gastrointestinal bypass reconstruction After resection) Pancreatic duct or common bile duct obstruction (eg due to tumor) Simon-Sheehan syndrome
The specific dose should vary from person to person and is based on the severity of the condition and diet. It is recommended to take 1/2 or 1/3 of each total amount (see below) at the beginning of the meal, and the remaining dose is taken during the meal. This product should be swallowed whole with water without crushing or chewing. If it is difficult to swallow the whole capsule (such as children or the elderly), you can carefully open the capsule, mix the pancreatic enzyme particles with the liquid (such as juice) and drink it together, but the mixture should be taken immediately and cannot be stored.
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Cystic fibrosis patients:
Based on the recommendations of the Cystic Fibrosis Consensus Congress, the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation case-control study in the United States, and the results of the United Kingdom case-control study, the following recommendations are recommended for pancreatic enzyme replacement therapy.
Children under 4 years of age are given 1000 units of pancreatic lipase per kilogram of body weight per meal.
Patients over 4 years of age were given 500 units of pancreatic lipase per kilogram of body weight per meal.
Dose adjustments should be made based on disease severity, steatorrhea control, and the need to maintain good nutritional status. For most patients, the daily dose should be less than or not more than 10,000 units of pancreatic lipase per kilogram of body weight.
Other diseases with pancreatic exocrine insufficiency:
The specific dose should vary from person to person and is based on the degree of digestive dysfunction and the fat content of the diet. The usual starting dose is 1-2 capsules of pancreatin with each meal or meal. The dose used should minimize steatorrhea and maintain good nutritional status. The usual clinical dose is: take at least 2-4 pancreatic enzyme capsules with each meal, and at least 2 oral pancreatic enzyme capsules with each meal.