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vitamin d (calcitriol)

Solution for injection 1mcg/ml, 2mcg/ml

Dossier type
CTD
Country of origin
Turkey
Dossier status
Ready
GMP approvals
EU GMP
Unavailable markets
Vietnam, Malaysia

Manufacturer #9488

It is a company that has grown up in Europe's pharmaceutical industry, with a product portfolio that includes licensed and contract-manufactured medications. The company is open to collaborating with other local and international companies while carrying out their subcontracting and co-marketing projects. It is dedicated to continuing to add value and work for human health by playing an active role in the local market and around the world. They have more than 30 million in product production.  

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vitamin d (calcitriol)

Ampoules, injection 1mcg/ml, 2mcg/ml

Dossier type
CTD
Country of origin
Turkey
Dossier status
Ready
GMP approvals
PICS

Manufacturer #16290

The leading pharmaceutical company that provides patient care and services at its no. 1 specialty. The company is known to cover national as well as international markets and always relies on R&D to update its products.

Manufacturer usually replies in 31 days

vitamin d (calcitriol)

Capsules 0.25 mcg

Dossier type
CTD
Country of origin
Vietnam
Dossier status
Ready
GMP approvals
WHO

Manufacturer #21309

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Vitamin D (Calcitriol)

Vitamin D is a fat-soluble vitamin. It occurs naturally in a few foods. However, the quantity is not sufficient. Hence, numerous dietary supplements of Vitamin D can be found being sold in drug stores. It is also produced within the body when UV rays from the sun trigger the synthesis of this vitamin upon coming in contact with the skin. Calcitriol is an active form of this vitamin. It is offered by the manufacturers either as capsules or as injections. The wholesale cost of this drug is about £22.

Why is Vitamin D (Calcitriol) prescribed?

Calcitriol is generally prescribed to patients who have low calcium levels in their bodies. It is beneficial in treating bone diseases in patients whose parathyroid glands or kidneys are not functioning in a normal way. Calcitriol is also used in treating secondary hyperparathyroidism. This condition results in excess production of parathyroid hormone which is responsible for maintaining the level of calcium in the blood. It is also beneficial in the case of metabolic bone disease. This drug belongs to a group of medications referred to as Vitamin D analogs. It functions by assisting the body to utilize more of calcium found in supplements or foods. Calcitriol is also prescribed sometimes for the treatment of rickets, familial hypophosphatemia, and osteomalacia. It is also used for increasing the amount of calcium in premature babies.

How should Calcitriol be taken?

Calcitriol is offered by the manufacturers in the form of a solution or a capsule. These are taken orally once a day. The instructions given by the doctor have to be followed. Also, one can check the manufacturers’ labels for the dosage. The doctors usually recommend a small dosage and then gradually increase it based on the condition of the patient being treated.

Mechanism of action of Calcitriol

Calcitriol primarily increases the level of calcium in the blood. It Promotes absorption of dietary calcium Increases the renal tubular reabsorption of calcium thereby reducing the loss of calcium in the urine Stimulates the release of calcium from bone Synthesis and regulation of Calcitriol Calcitriol is produced primarily in the proximal tubule of the nephron in the kidneys. This is due to the action of various enzymes. The production of calcitriol is further increased by prolactin which is a hormone. It stimulates lactogenesis which is a process necessary for producing a large amount of calcium in the body. It is also produced outside the kidney but in small quantities. Calcitriol was first identified by Michael F Holick in 1971. He was working in the laboratory of Hector DeLuca. Tony Normal and his colleagues also contributed significantly to the development and synthesis of this calcitriol.

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