The Creon analogues
Creon is used for the treatment of digestive disorders in conditions after cholecystectomy, partial gastrectomy, total gastrectomy, duodeno- and gastrostasis, secondary biliary cirrhosis, cholestatic hepatitis, pathology of the terminal section of the small intestine, the syndrome of excess bacterial growth of the small intestine, dyskinesia of the bile ducts,compression of the biliary tract with cystic growths and neoplasms.
Analogues are drugs that have the same international non-proprietary name or ATC code.
analogs of Creon are:
- Mezim forte,
Application of Creon
These preparations are indicated for diseases related to the lack of exocrine function of the pancreas( cystic fibrosis, chronic pancreatitis, pancreatectomy, pancreatic cancer, age).With chronic inflammatory diseases of the stomach, gallbladder, intestines;states after the surgical removal of these organs, which are accompanied by flatulence and digestion disorders.
With dyspepsia, which is caused by functional impairment of bowel motility due to intestinal infection or excessive nervousness.
Creon analogues are used for:
- to improve the digestion of incoming food in the normal functioning of the gastrointestinal tract in the event of nutritional errors( consumption of fried, fatty, difficult-digestible, unusual food, eating large amounts of food, irregular meals),
- for malfunctionsdue to problems with teeth,
- sedentary lifestyle,
- states of involuntary immobility or limited motor activity, three injuries and other diseases.
As an adjuvant for the purpose of better assimilation of fat-soluble vitamins.
In adults, drugs are used during preparation for ultrasound and radiographic examination of the abdominal cavity.
When replacing Creon with its analogs, consult a physician.
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