Uromac®

Presentation

Uromac®, sterile hyaluronic acid solution for vesical irrigation, presented in a 50 millilitre vial with 100mg of hyaluronic acid. The product is sterile and single use. It must not be re-used under any circumstances.

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Description

Uromac® is a protective preparation for the intimate vesical and urethral mucosa. It is a sterile medical product which represents an evolution in the use of sodium salt from hyaluronic acid, a polysaccharide widely present in the tissues of the human body, where it has diverse and fundamental biological functions, in particular and thanks to its protective and film-forming properties, it permits a more natural and a safer process of cellular regeneration.

Uromac® is well tolerated by the organism, produces no undesirable effects and has no specific contra-indications.

The integrity of the epithelial tissue which constitutes the vesical mucosa is fundamental for ensuring the natural protective and barrier function played by the tissue when faced with aggressions from pathogen agents, micro-organisms and toxic substances.

Uromac®, hyaluronic acid of low molecular weight and very low viscosity, has been developed thanks to these properties to fulfull a contributory protective function in processes of re-epithelialization of the vesical and urethral mucosa.

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Indications

Uromac® is a medical product consisting of hyaluronic acid indicated as preserver and protector of the vesical and urethral mucosa capable of favouring the physiological process of repairing lesions of the mucosa.

Uromac® is indicated in radiotherapy both as prophylaxis and contributor to the repair of the vesical mucosa in patients who are subjected to radiation, in urology when the vesical and urethral mucosa have been damaged, in gynaecology for invasive gynaecological examinations and for surgery where said mucosae have been damaged or may be so.

  • UROLOGY
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    THERAPY
  • GYNAECOLOGY

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