Save up -80% on Pancrelipase
Note: this is a drug discount program, not an insurance plan.
2018 Price of Pancrelipase
Pancrelipase MST-16 48-16-48mu Enteric Coated Capsule
* price without discount in nearest pharmacy. Price may vary.
We offer free Pancrelipase coupons and discounts that may help you save up to 80% off the retail price in your local pharmacy. Just print your coupon! It’s ready to use and never expire. Present your discount card in most local pharmacies to get a discount on Pancrelipase every time. What are you waiting for? Claim your prescription drug card now!
Pancrelipase volume of distribution
Pancrelipase acts locally, so there is no volume of distribution.
Discount Cards 16,000+
Clients Benefit 29%
Total savings $4,735,080
What is Pancrelipase
Pancrelipase is an enzyme mixture isolated from porcine or bovine pancreas, sometimes called pancreatin. It contains 3 enzymes: amylase, lipase, and a protease (chymotrypsin). Pancrelipase is marketed under several brand names such as Ultresa. and Viokace..
Pancrelipase mechanism of action
The lipase, protease and amylase components of pancrelipase break down fat, protein, and starches, respectively, in the small intestine. Lipase hydrolyzes fats into glycerol and fatty acids. Protease converts proteins into proteoses and derived substances, while amylase converts starches into dextrins and sugars.
Dosage forms of Pancrelipase
1,4-alpha-D- glucan glucanohydrolase PA
Humans and other mammals
Indication of Pancrelipase
For treatment of exocrine pancreatic insufficiency in cystic fibrosis (Ultresa.), chronic pancreatitis (Viokace. in combination with a proton pump inhibitor), and pancreatectomy (Viokace. in combination with a proton pump inhibitor). ; ;
Toxicity of Pancrelipase
Overdose symptoms may include diarrhea or stomach upset. The most common adverse reactions seen are ear, neck, and abdominal pain; headache, nasal congestion, and beta-hemolytic streptococcal infection. ; ;
RX24 Drugs Disclaimer: before buying a Pancrelipase on prescription, consult your healthcare provider. Content on this page is provided for informational purposes only. Any use of this information is at your own risk.