FERROUS ASPRATO GLYCINATE +L-METHYLFOLATE CALCIUM +METHYLCOBALAMIN TABLETS

BRAND NAME-SAPSYL-HB TABLETS

COMPOSITION: FERRIUS ASPRATO GLYCINATE 100MG+L-METHYLFOLATE CALCIUM 300MCG + METHYLCOBALAMIN 500MCG TABLETS


PACKING:10*1*10 TABLETS STRIP PACKING

FERROUS ASPRATO GLYCINATE

  • Ferrous asparto glycinate is an iron-amino acid chelate. It is available as a dietary supplement used in the treatment of iron deficiency and iron deficiency anemia. 
  • Ferrous asparto glycinate is an effective iron-amino acid chelate in the management of iron deficiency anaemia (IDA) in pregnant women as compared with ferrous ascorbate.
  • Significantly higher levels of haemoglobin and ferritin with ferrous asparto glycinate treatment as compared with ferrous ascorbate.

L-METHYLFOLATE CALCIUM

Calcium L-methylfolate is a source of folate and an alternative to folic  acid for use in human food and food supplements.

Maintaining an adequate folate status is particularly important during  periods of rapid cell proliferation and tissue growth such as gestation and  infancy. Folate deficiency has been associated with increased risk for neural  tube defects, certain chronic diseases and cancer.

METHYLCOBALAMIN

Vitamin B6 and vitamin B12 have significant roles in homocysteine (Hcy) regulation. In the pathophysiology of PCOS, a positive correlation has been reported between IR and elevated Hcy levels. Kaya et al. demonstrated that IR, obesity, and increased Hcy levels were related to low serum insulin B12 concentrations in women with PCOS. In order to reduce elevated levels of serum Hcy, folic acid supplementation for 3 months produced effective results, especially in women without insulin resistance.
Metformin inhibits the binding intrinsic factor–B12 complex and its receptor, and also serum vitamin B12 and folic acid levels
decrease during metformin therapy. Metformin increases Hcy levels. Supplements of vitamins had no effects on androgen and
lipid levels in the pathophysiology of PCOS.

INDICATIONS OF SAPSYL-HB TABLETS

  1. Iron deficiency anaemia.
  2. Pregnancy and lactation.
  3. Chronic blood loss.
  4. Chronic illness.

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