AIHUO DANTONG RUANJIAONANG
Litholytic, cholagogic, liver-protective and highly efficacious for dissolving gallstones.
Hitrechol soft capsules
Area of application:
Dissolving gallstones. For early stages of cholesterol gallstones as well as solitary and multiple cholesterol gallstones.
Warning: Contraindication: Risks for pregnant women.
For risks and side effects, please ask your doctor or pharmacist.
Hitrechol is effective, safe and
reliable in treating cholelithiasis.
Extracted from Glechoma hederacea, Hitrechol has various pharmacological actions.
This plant extract has both anti-inflammatory and litholytic properties. In Europe, litholytic actions are mainly known from chemical substances such as UDCA and CDCA. Treatment of gallstones is based on the following pharmacological actions of Glechoma hederacea extracts:
Dissolution of cholesterol gallstones.
Regulation of the gallbladder promoting the secretion of bile from the liver cells and increasing the bile flow.
Antioxidative effect protecting damaged liver cells.
Reducing the inflammatory process in the gallbladder wall. The inflammatory reaction can be caused by mechanical irritation attributable to gallstones and may be accompanied by complaints.
Relaxation of the muscle cells in the bile ducts, facilitating the flow of bile.
Advanced manufacturing technologies, in line with EU production standards
Oral litholytic drugs for patients with cholelithiasis are recommended by many domestic and foreign guidelines.
|Name of guideline &||Recommendations for oral litholytic drugs|
Chinese Consensus on the Medical Diagnosis and Treatment of Chronic Cholecystitis and Gallstones. (2018)
|Patients with negative X-ray examination results, cholesterol formation and normal biliary functions are advised to take oral litholytic therapy.|
|2014 Surgical and Nonsurgical Management of Gallstones by American Academy of Family Physicians.||Patients can take oral litholytic therapy when surgery is not appropriate.|
|Consensus on Diagnosis and Treatment of Cholelithiasis with Integrated Traditional Chinese and Western Medicine (2017)||Oral litholytic therapy is recommended for asymptomatic patients.|