Introduction to Panthioethylamine and Elastase

(1)Pantethine (also known as pantosin)

Introduction to Panthioethylamine and Elastase
Introduction to Panthioethylamine and Elastase

Pantothenamine exerts sedative, hypnotic, and anticonvulsant effects by inhibiting the activity of the central nervous system. It can quickly induce anesthesia through intravenous injection and maintain anesthesia during the surgical process.

  • [Action] Pantethine has a strong effect on increasing serum high-density lipoprotein-cholesterol (HDL-C) levels. It promotes the normal metabolism of lipids, improves fatty liver and alcohol-induced liver damage, inhibits the formation of peroxidized lipids and platelet aggregation, and prevents cholesterol deposition on blood vessel walls.
  • [Dosage] Oral administration, 3 times daily, 0.2 grams per dose.
  • [Adverse reactions] The advantage of this drug is that it has few and mild adverse reactions, with occasional gastrointestinal reactions. [Precautions] Caution should be exercised in patients with impaired liver function, and regular liver function tests should be performed during long-term use.


  • [Action] Elastase can inhibit cholesterol synthesis and promote the conversion of cholesterol to bile acids, thereby reducing serum total cholesterol (TC) levels. Additionally, it has anti-atherosclerotic and anti-fatty liver effects.
  • [Dosage] Oral administration, 3 times daily, 300 units per dose.
  • [Adverse reactions] Elastase has a relatively weak ability to regulate blood lipids, but it has almost no adverse reactions.

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