Conjugated Oestrogens (Haemostatic) Pharmacology

Conjugated Oestrogens (Haemostatic)

About Conjugated Oestrogens (Haemostatic)
Mechanism of Action of Conjugated Oestrogens (Haemostatic)
Oestrogens binds to specific nuclear oestrogen-receptors in target cells and producing effects by regulating protein synthesis. Oestrogen-receptors have been demonstrated in female sex organs, breast, CNS, pituitary, liver, heart, blood vessels, bone, and in certain hormone responsive carcinoma cells. Binding of oestrogens brings about receptor dimerisation and interaction with oestrogen response elements (specific DNA sequence) of target genes. Gene transcription is promoted through certain coactivator proteins. Conjugated estrogens help to shorten prolonged bleeding time and reduce or stop bleeding
Pharmacokinets of Conjugated Oestrogens (Haemostatic)
Absorption: Well absorbed after intramuscular administration. Distribution: Distributed throughout the body in a protein bound form. Highest levels are in fatty tissues. Metabolism: Metabolized in liver; undergoes glucuronide and sulphite conjugation. Excretion: Excreted through urine as conjugates.
Onset of Action for Conjugated Oestrogens (Haemostatic)
Duration of Action for Conjugated Oestrogens (Haemostatic)
Half Life of Conjugated Oestrogens (Haemostatic)
Side Effects of Conjugated Oestrogens (Haemostatic)
1.Tenderness and enlargement of breast
4.Pulmonary embolism
8.Abdominal disturbances
9.Cholestatic jaundice
10.Hepatic adenoma
11.Endometrial carcinoma
12.Withdrawal bleeding
Contra-indications of Conjugated Oestrogens (Haemostatic)
1.Thromboembolic disorders
3.Hepatic impairment
4.Oestrogen dependent neoplasia
5.Undiagnosed abnormal genital bleeding
8.Hypersensitivity to the drug
Special Precautions while taking Conjugated Oestrogens (Haemostatic)
1.Cerebrovascular diseases
2.Coronary artery diseases
3.Cardiovascular disorders
4.Hepatic disorders
5.Renal disorders
7.Bone disease
11.Women with family history of breast, or genital tract carcinoma
12..In abnormal mammographic findings
13..Fibrocystic disease or breast nodule
Pregnancy Related Information
Old Age Related Information
Use with caution
Breast Feeding Related Information
Children Related Information
Indications for Conjugated Oestrogens (Haemostatic)
1.Dysfunctional uterine bleeding
2.Small vessel bleeding.
Interactions for Conjugated Oestrogens (Haemostatic)
Typical Dosage for Conjugated Oestrogens (Haemostatic)
I.M. or I.V.
Dysfunctional uterine bleeding and small vessel bleeding: 20mg I.V. or I.M. 2 - 4 times daily.
Schedule of Conjugated Oestrogens (Haemostatic)
Storage Requirements for Conjugated Oestrogens (Haemostatic)
Store at room temperature below 25 degree C. and protects from light.
Effects of Missed Dosage of Conjugated Oestrogens (Haemostatic)
Effects of Overdose of Conjugated Oestrogens (Haemostatic)
Treatment is supportive and symptomatic.

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