Alburel (Human Albumin)

AlbuRel is human normal albumin. Albumin is the most abundant protein in human plasma and is synthesized by the liver. Albumin is an effective plasma volume expander. AlbuRel is made virus safe by double pasteurization.

Among its multiple physiological roles, it plays an essential part in generation of colloid oncotic pressure. It is used for restoration and maintenance of circulating blood volume where volume deficiency has been demonstrated and use of a colloid is appropriate.

Alburel (Human Albumin) Indications:-
Albumin therapy is indicated in hypovolemia or shock, burns therapy, hypoalbuminemia, prevention of central volume depletion after paracentesis, acute respiratory distress syndrome (ARDS), acute nephrosis, renal dialysis, acute liver failure, cardiopulmonary bypass operation, hemolytic disease of the newborn and ovarian hyperstimulation syndrome.

Uses of Alburel Injection

Albumin solution human is used to increase blood volume and to replace the volume of blood that has been lost from the body.

Albumin is also indicated in the emergency treatment of shock and in other similar conditions where the restoration of blood volume is urgent. If there has been considerable loss of red blood cells, transfusion with packed red blood cells is indicated.
Albumin or Albumin in either normal saline or dextrose is indicated to prevent marked hemoconcentration and to maintain appropriate electrolyte balance.

Albumin is indicated in those clinical situations usually associated with a low concentration of plasma protein and a resulting decreased circulating blood volume. Although diuresis may occur soon after albumin administration has been instituted, best results are obtained if albumin is continued until the normal serum protein level is regained.

How to take Human Serum albumin Injection

This medicine will be given to you as an injection. If you have any concerns about this medicine or how this will be given to you, talk to someone who is involved in your medical care.

Allergic or pyrogenic reactions are characterized primarily by fever