January 10, 2019
Jintropin is clinically used to treat short stature, chronic renal insufficiency, burns, growth hormone deficiency, etc. The daily injection dose is different for different diseases:
Intramuscular injection or subcutaneous injection, the dosage depends on the condition. Short stature: 0.6 to 0.8IU/kg per week, subcutaneous injection. Turner's syndrome: 1.0IU/kg per week or 28IU per square meter of body surface, subcutaneous injection. Growth disorders caused by chronic renal insufficiency in children: 1.0IU/kg per week or 30IU per square meter of body surface, subcutaneous injection. Negative nitrogen balance: 4～8IU daily for 7 days, subcutaneous injection. Burns: 0.3-0.6IU daily, medication for 4 weeks, subcutaneous injection. Sepsis: 0.3IU/kg daily. Adult growth hormone deficiency: 0.25IU/kg per week, medication for 2-6 months.
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