L-Triiodothyronine(T3)

L-Triiodothyronine(T3)

Quick Details ●ProName: L-Triiodothyronine(T3) ●CAS No: 55-06-1 ●Molecular Formula: C15H11I3NNaO4 ●Appearance: white or light yellow powder, almost tasteless. ●Application: Used for patients with hypothyroidism and mucous edema coma requiring rapid response, and also for the diagnosis of...

Product Details

Quick Details

●ProName: L-Triiodothyronine(T3)

●CAS No: 55-06-1

●Molecular Formula: C15H11I3NNaO4

●Appearance: white or light yellow powder, almost tasteless.

●Application: Used for patients with hypothyroidism and mucous edema coma requiring rapid response, and also for the diagnosis of hyperthyroidism.

●Package: according to the clients requirement

●Port: Shanghai

●Production Capacity: 1-100 Metric Ton/Month

●Purity: 99%

●Storage: Store in a cool, dry place

●Transportation: by sea or by air

●Limit Num: 1kg


Product Description


An overview of the


The effect is similar to thyroxine, which is 3-5 times more effective than thyroxine. Classification of drugs - endocrine system drugs - thyroid diseases drugs - thyroid hormone.


Pharmacological effects


This product is a synthetic preparation and can be used as the substitute of endogenous thyroid hormone. Its pharmacological effect is similar to thyroxine, but its efficacy is 3 ~ 5 times of that of endogenous thyroxine. Oral absorption is good, protein binding rate is high, the product in the body about 0.3% in the form of free. The half-life in blood is 1 ~ 2 days. If thyroid function is low, the half-life will be extended; otherwise, the half-life will be less than 1 day.


pharmacokinetic


The gastrointestinal absorption of sodium T3 is complete. Compared with T4, the binding degree of T3 with plasma protein is lower, and about 0.3% exists in free form. Under normal thyroid function, T3 in the blood t1/2 is about 1-2 days, slightly prolonged in hypothyroidism, and about 0.6 days in hyperthyroidism.


indications


Used for patients with hypothyroidism and mucous edema coma requiring rapid response, and also for the diagnosis of hyperthyroidism.


L-Triiodothyronine(T3)

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