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Product information

  • When is Albuman used?

    If, due to the loss of blood or the expansion of a blood vessel, blood circulation to the tissues is diminished, Albuman can be administered to restore the circulation. This can for example be done during an operation, in the case of serious burns or blood poisoning.

  • How is Albuman used?

    Albuman is administered into a blood vessel via an infusion (intravenously).

    To ensure that neither too much nor too little Albuman is used, the patient’s blood pressure, heart function and breathing must be checked regularly.

  • What dosage of Albuman is administered?

    The physician determines the dosage of Albuman. The correct dosage depends on:

    • the patient’s weight;
    • the patient’s height;
    • the seriousness of the trauma or disease.
  • How is Albuman administered?

    • If it is stored in the refrigerator, it should be allowed to come up to room temperature.
    • The solution is clear and has a yellowish color.
    • Do not use any solution that is turbid or contains deposits.
    • Dependent on the dosage, more than one vial may be used.
    • Albuman is administered intravenously to a patient via an infusion system.
  • What are the side effects of Albuman?

    Albuman can cause side effects, in the same way as all other medicines. Not everyone suffers from these side effects.

  • How should Albuman be stored?

    • out of reach and sight of children
    • below 25 °C
    • in the original packaging to protect it from the light

    Not to be used after the expiry date

    Do not use Albuman after its expiry date. This is stipulated on the label (on the vial) and on the box.


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