The Lydasa (Lydasa Hyaluronidasum)
The

Lidase

Lydase (Lydasa; synonym: Hyaluronidasum, etc.) is a preparation containing the enzyme hyaluronidase; are obtained from testes of cattle. Apply for joint contractures, scars, hematomas, ankylosing spondylitis , scleroderma , etc. Enter near the site of the lesion subcutaneously or directly under the scars of 0.1 g daily for 6-15 days, dissolving the contents of the ampoule in 1 liter of 0.5% solution of novocaine immediately before the introduction. In keratitis and for a more delicate scarring of the cornea, 0.1% solution is instilled in the eye. Lidase is contraindicated in tumors, tuberculosis, and infectious diseases. Issue in ampoules of 0.1 g of dry matter. See also Hyaluronidase, Enzyme preparations .

Lydasa (Lydasa) - a preparation containing hyaluronidase, is obtained from testes of cattle. It is similar to foreign preparations "Hyasa", "Hyaluronidasum". It is used in hematomas, arthrosis and arthritis, joint contractures, tendovaginitis, keloid scars, scleroderma, and also to accelerate the absorption of subcutaneously administered drugs. Contraindicated in malignant tumors, tuberculosis and other infectious diseases. Lidazu is administered to patients subcutaneously, previously dissolving the contents of the ampoule in 1 ml of a 0.5% solution of novocaine. The course of treatment consists of 6-8 injections (with a number of diseases 12-15); breaks between courses 4-6 weeks. Form release: ampoules of-0.1 g of dry matter (activity of 64 and 128 units).