Streptodornase

(BAN, rINN)
Synonyms: Estreptodornasa; Streptococcal Deoxyribonuclease; Streptodornaasi; Streptodornas; Streptodornasum.
Cyrillic synonym: Стрептодорназа.

💊 Chemical information

CAS — 37340-82-2.

💊 Profile

Streptodornase is an enzyme obtained from cultures of various strains of Streptococcus haemolyticus. It catalyses the depolymerisation of polymerised deoxyribonucleoproteins. It liquefies the viscous nucleoprotein of dead cells; it has no effect on living cells. It is used with streptokinase in the topical treatment of lesions, wounds, and other conditions that require the removal of clots or purulent matter; the combination may also be used to dissolve clots in the bladder or in urinary catheters. It has also been given orally with streptokinase and sometimes with antibacterials, for its supposed benefit in reducing oedema and inflammation associated with trauma and infection.

💊 Preparations

Proprietary Preparations

Multi-ingredient: Arg.: Varidasa†; Austral.: Varidase†; Austria: Varidase; Denm.: Varidase; Fin.: Varidase; Ger.: Varidase; Irl.: Varidase†; Ital.: Varidase†; Mex.: Varidasa; Norw.: Varidase; Pol.: Distreptaza; Port.: Varidasa†; Spain: Ernodasa; Varidasa; Swed.: Varidase; UK: Varidase†.
Published May 08, 2019.