Kreon (Creon) 10000 IU 150 mg

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Kreon (Creon) 10.000 IU pancreatine proteolytic enzymes complex 50x by Abbott

Concentrated pancreatin providing enzymes that aid in effective protein, carbohydrate and fat digestion.
Specially coated to protect the enzymes from destruction in the stomach.

KREON Information

Most physicians are familiar with KREON. This enzyme combination contains protease, lipase, and amylase, proteins that are naturally produced by the pancreas of a healthy organism. These enzymes play an important part in digesting sugars, proteins and fats. If a patient’s organism fails to produce the necessary amount of these proteins, he or she should start using KREON (or any other similar medicine) in order to replace them.

KREON Indications

Several medical issues require a treatment with KREON. Among the most common, are: chronic pancreatic inflammation, cystic fibrosis, pancreatic ducts blockage and so on.

KREON Warnings

Some medical conditions such as the following do not respond well to a therapy with KREON:
acute pancreatitis;
allergic reactions to pork products.
Patients who suffer from any of these medical issues are generally not allowed to start a therapy with KREON. However, exceptions can be made (if a treatment with this drug is vital for the patient’s life). In such cases, the patient is given lower doses of this medicine under strict medical supervision (hospitalization is sometimes required).

KREON Intake Guidelines

Even if a therapy with this medical product could trigger severe adverse reactions, these could be avoided if you take it properly. This is why we recommend all patients who want to use KREON to discuss with an authorized medical provider and work up a both effective and safe treatment schedule. If you have any further questions regarding the intake of this medicine (this includes proper administration method and other similar questions) you should ask for your physician’s assistance. The drug’s label is considered helpful by many patients who want to know more about KREON.
A dose of KREON should be taken in either during or before a main meal (or at least a heavier snack). The capsule contents or the tablets must not be held in your mouth, as this could trigger severe irritation. Each patient must try to swallow the pills as a whole (crushing, breaking or chewing them are also strictly forbidden), as every pill of KREON has been especially designed to gradually release its ingredients inside the patient’s organism.
If it is impossible for a patient to swallow the entire KREON pill, he or she may open some forms of this medication and then sprinkle their content on pudding, applesauce, or other forms of soft foods. Follow your soft food with a glass of liquid, in order to ensure that you have swallowed all the medicine. Your physician will be happy to point you to the proper form of this medicine that you ought to take in.
The powder that can be found inside the capsules of KREON can be dangerous. No patient must let it come into direct contact with his or her skin, as this could trigger further severe irritations. If inhaled, the powder can also trigger unpleasant lung damage.
KREON Dosage
The safest and easiest way to acquire the appropriate dosing instructions during your therapy with KREON is to consult your doctor, or another health care professional (at the beginning of your therapy with it). If you are unhappy with your initial dose of this medication, and you feel it needs to be altered, you should seek further medical assistance. You are not allowed to make any changes to this dose without your doctor’s direct approval.
KREON Overdose
An overdose with KREON can have severe effects if it is not treated in time by a professional, in an authorized medical setting. Patients who suspect having over dosed with this medication should seek medical attention as soon as they can. The average symptoms that are triggered by the intake of extremely high doses of KREON include stomach upset, nausea and so on.

KREON Missed Dose

If you want to have a healthy and safe experience with KREON you should follow the treatment schedule that you and your personal doctor have established at the beginning of your intake of this medical product. In case that a missed dose happens to occur, you should seek your physician’s advice. If you are unhappy with the dosing schedule that you are currently on, you should change it (make sure that you do so under your physician’s direct supervision). Double doses of this medical product are strictly forbidden.

KREON Side Effects

All patients who are following a therapy with this medication ought to immediately stop their intake of KREON and look for professional medical care if they start to suffer from the signs that usually point to a severe allergic reaction to this product.
A prolonged therapy with this medicine (KREON) can also trigger a set of other side effects (adverse reactions) that are not as severe as those listed above. They include:
vomiting and / or nausea;
pain, abdominal discomfort cramping;
greasy stools;
constipation and / or diarrhea;
perianal irritation;
lung or skin irritation.

KREON Drug Reactions

Even if KREON is considered to be a quite safe remedy, as it has not known harmful interactions with other medications, we recommend all patients who are following a therapy with this medicine to avoid using other prescription or non prescription drugs that are based on the same ingredients or that achieve the same purpose.