Abomin - Instructions For Use, Dosage For Children, Analogues

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Abomin - Instructions For Use, Dosage For Children, Analogues
Abomin - Instructions For Use, Dosage For Children, Analogues

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Instructions for use:

  1. 1. Release form and composition
  2. 2. Indications for use
  3. 3. Contraindications
  4. 4. Method of application and dosage
  5. 5. Side effects
  6. 6. Special instructions
  7. 7. Analogs
  8. 8. Terms and conditions of storage

Abomin is a combined preparation containing proteolytic enzymes that act on food (mainly milk) proteins, maintaining their activity in a neutral and slightly acidic environment. Receive raw materials for the manufacture of medication from the gastric mucosa of lambs and calves.

The use of Abomin helps to improve the digestion process in case of low enzymatic activity of gastric juice.

Release form and composition

According to the group affiliation, Abomin belongs to the digestive enzyme agents. The main active ingredient of the drug is rennet, and potato starch and calcium stearate are used as auxiliary substances.

The drug is produced by several Russian pharmaceutical companies:

  • Moscow rennet plant OJSC;
  • St. Petersburg Scientific Research Institute of Antibiotics and Medical Enzymes;
  • Moskhimpharmaceuticals FSUE them. N. A. Semashko;
  • State Research Institute for Standardization and Control of Medicines, Ministry of Health of Russia.

The rennet is a yellowish-gray powder with a salty taste and characteristic odor. Their activity is determined by a biological method. Since 1 g contains 250,000 U., the milk-curdling activity of the enzymes contained in 1 tablet (200 mg) of Abomin corresponds to 50,000 U.

A medication is produced in the form:

  • Powder;
  • Tablets for adults (50,000 units);
  • Tablets for children (10,000 units).

Biconvex tablets, color from light yellow to yellow-gray. On the surface, non-uniformly distributed inclusions of different intensity are allowed. There is a slight specific smell characteristic of rennet.

Indications for use

According to the instructions for Abomin, the drug should be used for diseases of the gastrointestinal tract, which are characterized by a violation of the digestive ability and a decrease in the acidity of gastric juice. It:

  • Gastritis;
  • Enterocolitis;
  • Gastroenteritis;
  • Achilia;
  • Condition after gastric resection;
  • Dyspepsia.

Also, a positive clinical experience was obtained in the treatment of intestinal dysbiosis with Abomin in children.


The use of Abomin is contraindicated in persons suffering from obstruction of the gastrointestinal tract, as well as those who have increased sensitivity to this drug.

Do not prescribe medication to young children who have regurgitation and vomiting syndrome.

Method of administration and dosage

Adults and children over 14 years of age should take Abomin 3 times a day, 1 tablet with meals. The course of treatment is 1-2 months, however, if the desired effect is not observed, a single dose should be increased to 3 tablets, and the course of treatment should be extended to 3 months.

Acute gastritis, colitis and gastroenteritis, according to the instructions for Abomin, are indications for taking the drug 3 times a day, 1 tablet for 2-3 days.

For children, the medication is prescribed according to the following scheme:

  • 10-14 years old - 3 children's tablets (10,000 units) per day;
  • 6-9 years old - 2 tablets for children;
  • 2-5 years old - 1 tablet for children;
  • Up to a year - 0.5 children's tablets.

The course of treatment with Abomin for children is from 1 to 3 months, depending on the diagnosis and the effectiveness of the drug.

Side effects

The instructions to Abomin say that the side effects of this drug are manifested in the form of nausea and heartburn.

Usually, the drug is well tolerated, however, the possible negative consequences of using Abomin should still be taken into account when prescribing it to children of the younger age group, who are not yet able to warn of the discomfort that has arisen.

special instructions

No cases of drug overdose have been established, and there are no data on drug interactions.

A study of the use of Abomin during lactation and pregnancy has not been conducted.


Drugs that are close to Abomin in terms of the mechanism of action, which belong to one pharmacological subgroup: Biozyme, Biofestal, Vestal, Gastenorm, Creon, Mezim, Micrazim, Nigedaza, Normoenzyme, Orazy granules, PanziKam, Panzim, Panzinorm, Pancreasim, Pancrenormatin, Pancretcratin, Pancretofert, Penzital, Pepsin K, Pepfiz, Uni-Festal, Ferestal, Festal, Enzistal, Enterosan, Ermital, Unienzim, Pangrol.

Terms and conditions of storage

Store Abomin in a dark and dry place at a temperature of 15-25 ° C.

The shelf life is 2 years. The date after which the drug is considered unfit is indicated by the manufacturer on the package.

Information about the drug is generalized, provided for informational purposes only and does not replace the official instructions. Self-medication is hazardous to health!