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Diammonium Glycyrrhizinate (Gancaosuaneran Zhusheye)  

Please peruse the instructions carefully before using and following the advice of a physician.  

 

[Drug Name]  

Common Name: Diammonium Glycyrrhizinate Injection  

Trade Name: Diammonium Glycyrrhizinate  

English Name: Diammonium Glycyrrhizinate Injection  

Chinese Pinyin: Gancaosuaneran Zhusheye 

 

[Characters]  

This drug is a colorless transparent liquid. 

 

[Indications]  

This drug applies to the treatment of acute and chronic viral hepatitis accompanied with the increase of glutamic-pyruvic aminotransferase. 

 

[Specification]  

10ml: 50mg.

 

[Usage and dosage]  

Drip infusion, 150mg once (3 pieces once), slow instillation after diluted with 250ml of 10% intravenous drip, once per day. 

 

[Adverse Reactions]  

The main adverse reactions are inappetence, nausea, vomiting, abdominal distention, cutaneous pruritus, hives, thirsty mouth and edema as well as common symptoms of cardia-cerebrovascular system such as headache, giddness, fullness sensation in chest, palpitations, and elevated blood pressure. The above symptoms are ordinarily slight and will not influence the treatment.

 

[Contraindication] 

Patients with severe hypokalemia, hypermatremia, hypertension, heart failure, kidney failure are prohibited.