Japanese medicines for the treatment of ALS
Japanese medicines for ALS treatment.
In Japan, the is serious approach to the treatment of ALS. Despite the fact that ALS is not a common disease, it is a terrible disease and timely and effective treatment is necessary to prolong the life of the patients. At the same time, 100% effective treatment for ALS does not exist in Japan and in any other place in the world. Especially at the advanced stages (stage 3 and further), the treatment of ALS medicines is very problematic. Nevertheless, there were many tests of medicines for the treatment of ALS in Japan. On trials, patients receive the latest medicines with proved effects, in order to establish the possibility of new methods of treatment in general. But are Japanese ALS medicines really effective?
Are Japanese medicines effective for treating ALS?
Yes, here you can say it with a high degree of uniqueness. Medicines used in Japan for ALS treatment, were regarder to be effective not only in Japan, but also in clinical trials of FDA and EMA (respectively, the American and European supervisory agencies for the production control of medicines). Part of the medicines received only orphan status (proved effect as no better option is found), but Radicut has the status of an aknowledged and effective medicine for the treatment of ALS, which is distributed to clinics around the world every day. At the time of writing this article more than 180,000 people in Japan took part in medications and trials using this medicine (not only for ALS but for cerebral damages in general). Radicut is effectively used not only for the treatment of ALS, but also for rehabilitation after strokes. The mechanism of action of the medicine protects and regenerates brain cells, concentrating on areas affected by ALS symptoms.
Three advanced medicines for the treatment of ALS from Japan.
In Japan, there are three popular medicines for the treatment of ALS, officially certified not only in Japan.
- Radicut - certified in Japan, USA, EU.
- Edaravone - certified in Japan, USA, EU.
- Ketas - certified in Japan, USA (orphan medicine for ALS)
In Japan, Radicut is considered the most effective medicine, the original medicine that passed all tests and was launched into clinical treatment cycles, as the newest medicine for ALS treatment. The second most popular medicine is Edaravone from Japan. Edaravone for ALS treatment is Rdicut’s generic. It is made under an expired license and has a conceptually similar composition. This medicine is distinguished by a high degree of purification and high efficacy after carrying out 2-3 cycles of treatment. The third ALS treatment medicine popular in Japan is Ibudalist, or Ketas. This medicine was originally used to treat asthma. However, it is also successfully used and certified for the treatment of disorders of cerebrovascular functions. The mechanism of its work in the process of treating ALS is not fully clear, but the medicine is also distinguished by high efficiency in the regeneration of brain cell tissues and cerebral functions.
What are the precautions for treating ALS?
In the treatment of ALS and the use of a medicine should follow the necessary precautions and pay attention to contraindications:
- Follow the strict guidelines for using each medicine.
- Pay attention to contraindications for each of the medicines for the treatment of ALS.
- When using the medicine, the patient should always be under observation.
- Order medicines in advance to avoid discontinuities in treatment, this is especially important in the case of Radicut.
- Just remember - there is simply no single, universal medicine for ALS.
Edaravone shows high efficiency, but it has quite serious precautions and side effects. If in the course of treatment there are signs of deterioration, you should immediately discontinue the medicine and consult with your doctor about the possibilities and risks of changes in therapy. Familiarize yourself with the instructions and side effects of medicines for effective treatment of ALS in advance.
What medicine for ALS treatment to choose?
Most patients prefer Radicut. However, the choice is individual in each case. If you decide to carry out treatment after consulting a doctor or you have received an appointment for one or another medicine - contact certified medicine delivery specialists. If the patient’s condition is not too severe and the attending physician approves therapy, one should try a lighter treatment option with Ketas (Ibudalist) which does not cause such serious potential side effects as Radicut. Radicut should be used with the agreement of the doctor only in fairly difficult situations.