NEYSANGUIN No.77 D 7 ampoules
pack size:5X2ml Dosage form:ampoules
- 17 mg Cellulae sanguinis lysate. bovis fetal. and juvenile. extractum lyophilisatum aquosum (7.5:1) D7
- 2 mg Lien lysate. bovis fetal. extractum lyophilisatum aquosum D7
- 1 mg medulla ossis lysate. bovis fetal. extractum lyophilisatum aquosum D7
- 18.1 mg sodium chloride
- water for injections
Liquid dilution for injection
[Extactum lyophilisaturm ex celful. sang. lysate. bovis juv. and fetal. (7.5:1) (85%) and left lysate. bovis fetal. (10%) and medull. oss. lysate. bovis fetal. (5%)] Dil. D7
blood storage organ. Filter of the entire bloodstream. Part of the immune system with a defense function against foreign substances. Collection point for leukocytes. Discards aged erythrocytes. Forms lymphocytes.
medulla oss. (Bone marrow),
Bone marrow is a special connective and stem cell tissue that is located in the center of the large bones (spine, epiphyses of long bones, breastbone, ribs, etc.). This tissue is used, among other things, for the formation of almost all blood cells, which takes place almost exclusively in the red bone marrow.
This is where the red blood cells (erythrocytes = responsible for supplying the body with oxygen), the platelets (thrombocytes = responsible for blood clotting) and the white blood cells (leukocytes = the body's own defences) are formed. There are also mesenchymal stem cells that can differentiate into muscle and stem cells. Yellow bone marrow is also called fat marrow. It is no longer involved in blood formation.
Cellulae sang. (blood cells)
Blood cells (blood cells) are the cellular components of the blood floating in the blood plasma. They are divided into the following types: Erythrocytes (red blood cells) = give the blood its red color, transport oxygen from the lungs to all parts of the body and carbon dioxide for exhalation into the lungs Leukocytes (white blood cells) = the body's own immune system.
They track down pathogens and render them harmless Thrombocytes (blood platelets) = are essential for blood clotting