Pharma company: drac
List of drac products:
- Dipentum - Olsalazine belongs to the group of medications known as anti-inflammatories . This medication is used to treat ulcerative colitis , a disease involving inflammation of the bowel. It is used to prevent attacks of the disease, and for the long-term maintenance of remission in people with ulcerative colitis. Olsalazine is also used to treat mild to moderate attacks of ulcerative colitis, sometimes in combination with a class of anti-inflammatory medications called corticosteroids . It works...
- Elaprase - Idursulfase belongs to the class of medications called enzyme replacement therapies (ERT) . It is used to help improve walking capacity for people with Hunter syndrome, or mucopolysaccharidosis II (MPS II). Hunter syndrome is a genetic condition where the body does not produce enough of the enzyme iduronate-2-sulfatase. This causes the buildup of substances called glycosaminoglycans (GAG) in cells and tissues. Idursulfase works by increasing the amounts of enzyme, which then helps...
- Firazyr - Icatibant is used to treat sudden attacks of a certain immune system condition passed down through families called hereditary angioedema (HAE). Although this medication is not a cure for HAE, icatibant may lessen the symptoms of an attack such as rapid swelling and pain of the hands, arms, feet , legs, face, tongue , and upper airway. When attacks involve the stomach / intestines , symptoms may include abdominal pain /cramps, diarrhea , constipation , or vomiting . Attacks may happen...
- Replagal - Agalsidase alfa belongs to the group of medications known as enzyme replacement therapy. It is used as enzyme replacement therapy for people with Fabry disease, which is a genetic disorder where the levels of alfa-galactosidase (an enzyme that breaks down fats) is low or absent. With Fabry disease, globotriaosylceramide (GL-3; a fat substance) is not removed from cells in the body and starts to accumulate in the walls of blood vessels and organs. By reducing GL-3 levels in the body,...
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