Ialuril dose

The initial dose is usually 3 to 5 mg/kg daily, beginning at the time of transplant. IMURAN is usually given as a single daily dose on the day of, and in a minority of cases 1 to 3 days before, transplantation. Dose reduction to maintenance levels of 1 to 3 mg/kg daily is usually possible.

By administering iAluRil ® directly into the bladder, these components can help to repair the damage to the GAG layer and restore the bladder's protective coating, relieving these symptoms in some patients. GAG (glycosaminoglycan) layer: the barrier that protects the bladder lining from irritating and toxic substances found in urine. </span> role="button" aria-expanded="false">.


iAluRil®, listed as a medical device on the Australian Therapeutic Goods Registry (ATGR), contains both hyaluronic acid and chondroitin sulphate. This trial utilises iAluRil® for the same clinical indication as it is listed for on the ATGR, i.e. to re-establish the glycosaminoglycan (GAG) layers of the urothelial vesical tissue in cases in.

Unfortunately, choice of the dose and duration for oral treatment was purely empirical. Although the intravesical schedule was modulated in accordance with previous experience with intravesical HA/CS for the treatment of urinary tract infections or painful bladder syndrome, no evidence-based schedule exists for the dietary supplement.