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Hyvise, or Cipzen, is a medicine based on the active ingredient Serratiopeptidase, and is available under the form of tablets of 5 and 10 mg. This pharmaceutical product is a NSAID, anti-rheumatoid medicine with a wide range of uses, due to its efficient action in eliminating swelling and inflammatory edema. Hyvise acts by breaking down certain exudates and by stimulating the absorption of the resulted products.
Hyvise is commonly prescribed to treat patients suffering from sprains, fractures, sports injuries, laceration, dislocation or osteoarthritis, as well as a number of other such traumas, as it helps the regeneration and healing of the tissues by reducing pain and inflammation. It may be administered in order to reduce post-operative edema, generally at the injection site, by reducing internal tissue inflammation and edema which may appear as a result of post-operative handling - in such situations Hyvise also reduces the risks of rupture and graft rejection, and restores the micro-circulation in the area.
Hyvise also helps break down complex molecules of sputum in low-viscosity small peptides, which may be useful in the treatment of respiratory affections where the therapy is aimed at easing expectoration. By reducing the viscosity of the secretion, Hyvise also allows the antibiotic medicines to better penetrate and thus control several types of infections, such as bronchiectasis, bronchitis and lung abscess.
Hyvise may also be employed in the treatment of acute, inflamed and / or painful dermatoses, or in the treatment of pregnancy-related thrombophlebitis, post-partum hematomas or in the case of breast engorgement.
Health care professionals may choose to also prescribe Hyvise for the treatment of other clinical affections which are not listed here. If you are not sure why you should start a treatment course with Hyvise, it is best to consult with your specialized physician for further information.
It is recommended that, before prescribing a therapy course with Hyvise, the health care professional performs the required tests to ensure that the patient is not allergic to Hyvise or to any of its ingredients (which are listed on the product label). Hyvise may not be administered to patients suffering from blood clotting disorders, hepatic impairment (moderate to severe), renal impairment (severe) or to patients with an active peptic ulcer disease.
At this point, the safety of Hyvise during pregnancy and breast feeding has not yet been established. As such, you should inform your prescriber if you are pregnant, breast-feeding or if you plan to become pregnant in the near future.
After prescribing a treatment course with Hyvise, the examining health care professional will provide you with a detailed set of instructions regarding the intake schedule, the number of intakes which should be taken daily, as well as with the time frame to be allowed between intakes. It is strongly recommended that you follow the prescriber's directions, in order to obtain the best results from the treatment. If you are having trouble understanding or remembering the Hyvise intake guidelines, it is best that you contact your personal physician for further details.
On average, the Hyvise dosage to be employed is of 1 tablet taken one to two times daily after a meal, in order to reduce stomach upset. However, the prescriber may decide to employ a different dosage after taking into account the particularities of your case - such as your age, your general health condition and your medical history. If the dosage you have been prescribed is different from the above, you should only use the dosage you have been recommended by your prescriber.
An overdose with Hyvise is a potentially severe medical condition, and should be avoided at all times. In order to avoid becoming affected by an overdose, you will need to make sure you never exceed the prescribed dosage, and never take a double dose of the medicine, under any circumstances. If you have reasons to believe that you are suffering from an overdose with Hyvise, you should go to the nearest hospital in order to seek immediate medical attention.
If you have missed a dose of Hyvise, it is generally best to take it as soon as possible. If you remember about the missed dose and it is almost time for another dose of the medicine, simply skip the missed dose and continue your regular schedule. Unless your personal health care professional advises you otherwise, never take a larger dose of the medicine in an attempt to make up for a missed dose.
Several side effects may occur during your Hyvise treatment. While most of these are transitory and do not cause much discomfort, in rare cases you may experience one of the more severe side effects: toxic epidermal necrolysis, allergic reactions, Stevens-Johnson syndrome, hepatitis, jaundice, rash, pruritus, anaphylactic shock. Any persistent or bothersome Hyvise side effects should be brought to the attention of the supervising health care professional without delay.
Hyvise may interact with other pharmaceutical and herbal preparations. As such, it is best that before you start taking Hyvise, you inform your prescriber of any other drugs, supplements and vitamins you are currently taking. The health care professional will make any needed dosage adjustments before providing you with the exact Hyvise dosage.