Enzymes - proteins of a certain type, cleaving components of food.In violation of the functioning of the pancreas and disorganized process of separation of enzymes, the consequence is a violation of digestion.Taking enzyme preparations, you get the opportunity to compensate for pancreatic enzyme deficiency, "freeing" the already diseased organ overload.
enzyme therapy using substances such as trypsin, lipase and amylase, contained in preparations "Creon 8000" and "Creon 20000" helps suppress pancreatic secretion, to weaken dyspeptic syndrome, cessation of diarrhea and stabilizationbody weight.If you want to heal and restore the pancreas, you have to take enzymes with pancreatitis for many years.During acute illness enzyme therapy should continue for at least 3-5 weeks, and complete attenuation of acute pancreatitis can b
e achieved in 6-12 months.
to enzymatic drug concerns "Pancreatin" - a drug containing pancreatic enzymes cattle.In addition, the doctor may prescribe "Pankurmen" - combined tool, which includes a pancreatin and turmeric extract.To a new generation of drugs is "pantsitrat" ​​high-pancreatin.If you have a problem with the production of bile, a doctor may prescribe drugs that have in their composition enzymes and bile - a "Festal," "Ferestal" and "Enzyme Forte."They show quite a good therapeutic effect, but are contraindicated to receive people with gastritis, peptic ulcer and cholelithiasis.Well-known enzyme preparation containing no bile - "Mezim", which many people use with overeating.
To improve the effect of the action of enzyme preparations doctor may prescribe you receive antacids which can reduce gastric acidity and, as a consequence, increase the activity of enzymes in the gut.These include the "Maalox" "Almagel" "Fosfalyugel" magnesium and calcium carbonate, and others.All they envelop the stomach wall, improving the protection of the mucous membrane and providing anti-inflammatory effect.For the relief of pain enzyme therapy is often combined with intake of analgesics, "paracetamol", "baralgin" and "Analgin".