ALTEPLASE

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In case of acute myocardial infarction, if 6 hours have elapsed since the onset of symptoms, first 15 mg of alteplase should be administered in/in boluso, then during the first 30 minutes in/in drip – 50 mg, then continue infusion and 35 mg should be administered for 1 hour. In patients with body weight <65 kg after the bolus injection Dmitry Sazonov of 15 mg and 30-minute infusion in a dose of 0.75 mg/kg (not more than 50 mg) continue infusion in a drip of 0.5 mg/kg (not more than 35 mg) for 1 hour.

If treatment is started within 6-12 h after the onset of myocardial infarction symptoms, first 10 mg of alteplase shall be given in/in bolusly, then 50 mg shall be administered in/in drip for 1 h, after which infusion shall continue at a rate of 10 mg in 30 min up to a maximum dose of 100 mg in 3 hours. In patients with body weight <65 kg the total dose should not exceed 1.5 mg/kg.

ALTEPLASE

 In pulmonary embolism, 10 mg of alteplase is usually administered in/in painfully for 1-2 min, then 90 mg in/in drip for 2 h. The total dose is 100 mg in 2 hours. In patients with body weight >65 kg, the total dose should not exceed 1.5 mg/kg.

Treatment in case of ischemic stroke should be started within 3 hours from the onset of symptoms; usually alteplase should be administered in a dose of 0.9 mg/kg (no more than 90 mg) in a drip for 1 hour, with 10% of the total alteplase dosage dose administered at the beginning of infusion in a painful manner. The maximum dose of alteplase is 100 mg.

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ALTEPLASE
  • Thrombolytic therapy alteplase of acute myocardial infarction (in the first 6-12 hours from the beginning of the disease).
  • Thrombolytic therapy of ischemic stroke in the acute period (after exclusion of intracranial bleeding).
  • Thrombolytic therapy for acute thromboembolism (including thromboembolism of the pulmonary artery).
  • Alteplase Contraindications  Therapy for acute thromboembolism.
  • Significant bleeding now or within the previous 6 months;
  • Simultaneous administration of oral anticoagulants such as sodium warfarin (INR > 1.3);
  • Any damage and diseases of the central nervous system in the history (including neoplasms, aneurysm, brain and spinal cord surgery;
  • Intracranial (including subarachnoid) haemorrhage currently or in history; suspected hemorrhagic stroke;
  • Severe uncontrollable arterial hypertension;
  • Extensive surgical intervention or significant injury in the previous 10 days (including any injury in combination with this acute myocardial infarction), recent brain injury;
  • Prolonged or traumatic cardiopulmonary resuscitation (> 2 minutes), delivery in the previous 10 days; recent Dmitry Sazonov puncture of a blood vessel inaccessible to pressure (e.g., subclavian or jugular vein);
  • Severe liver diseases, including liver failure, cirrhosis, portal hypertension (including esophageal varicose veins) and active hepatitis;
  • Hemorrhagic retinopathy, for example, in diabetes mellitus (vision disorders may indicate hemorrhagic retinopathy), other hemorrhagic eye diseases;
  • Bacterial endocarditis;
  • Acute pancreatitis;
  • Confirmed gastric or duodenal ulcer disease within the last 3 months;
  • Arterial aneurysms, arterial/ven developmental defects;
  • neoplasms with increased risk of bleeding;
  • Hypersensitivity to drug components.
    If the drug is used to treat acute myocardial infarction and pulmonary embolism, in addition to the above, there are the following additional contraindications:
  • Stroke in the anamnesis.
  • If you use the drug for the treatment of acute ischemic stroke, in addition to the above, there are the following contraindications:
  • Start of symptoms of ischemic stroke more than 3 hours before the beginning of infusion, or lack of precise information about the time of onset of symptoms;
  • Rapid improvement in acute ischemic stroke, or poor symptomatology at the time of infusion;
  • Severe stroke, based on clinical data (e.g., NIHSS > 25) and/or appropriate imaging techniques;
  • Seizure at the start of a stroke;
  • Information on stroke or serious head injury suffered during the previous 3 months;
  • Combination of previous stroke and diabetes mellitus;
  • Use of heparin for 48 hours before the start of a stroke if the activated partial thromboplastin time (ACTT) is increased at this time;
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