used for treatment of ischemic infarction as injection
4 Aug 2010
Cerebrolysin is a so-called neurotrophic agent rather than an anti-infarction drug. It is believed to act as endogenous neurotrophic factors (NGF etc.), thus exhibiting neuroprotective effect. There are some studies demonstrating improved outcomes in ischemic stroke patients. The product is available in a limited number of countries.
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