¡¾Product Name¡¿Recombinant Human Basic Fibroblast Growth Factor for External Use (rh-bFGF)
¡¾Components¡¿Recombinant Human Basic Fibroblast Growth Factor
¡¾Characters¡¿White or off-white loose mass
¡¾Indication¡¿Promote wound healing and can be used for chronic wounds (including chronic granulation wounds, ulceration and bedsore, etc.), fresh wounds (including trauma, surgical wounds, etc.) and burn wounds (including superficial partial thickness, deep partial thickness and granulation wounds).
¡¾Specification¡¿70, 000 IU/vial
¡¾Usage and Dosage¡¿The most appropriate dosage of rh-bFGF is 150 IU/ cm2 of the wounded area; administrate the product every other day. Dissolve the rh-bFGF freeze dried powder in the vial with 5ml of sterile water for injection or physiological normal saline solution. After debriding the wounds, directly apply with sprayer at a height of about 4.6cm from the wounds, spray once each time; or apply on the debrided wounds directly; or cover the debrided wounds with sterile gauze of proper size, then dropwise add the drug solution to the gauze, and bind up appropriately. See below for administration method.
¡¾Adverse Reactions¡¿No obvious adverse reaction is found.
¡¾Pharmacology and Toxicology¡¿The product can promote the repairing and regenerating of cells from the mesoderm and ectoderm.
¡¾Pharmacokinetics¡¿Almost no invivo absorption has been found for local application of the product.
¡¾Storage¡¿Store and transport at the temperature of 2-8¡ãC, protected from light.
¡¾Packaging¡¿rh-bFGF/sterile water for injection/ penicillin bottle/ ampoule bottle, one for each inner carton.
¡¾Shelf Life¡¿24 months