Scientists of the Belarusian State University have developed a new technology to produce creatine phosphate. The proposed method is an innovative waste-free and environmentally friendly as it provides a closed technological cycle. In the production cycle of this substance there are no emissions of dust, gaseous, liquid and solid products into the atmosphere. The advantage of the new technology is a higher yield of the desired product – creatine phosphate.
Creatine phosphate is widely used in cardiology, improves myocardial metabolism and muscle tissue and has a cardioprotective effect. This medicinal product is intended for the treatment of acute myocardial infarction, chronic heart failure, perioperative myocardial ischemia, intraoperative limb ischemia, acute cerebrovascular accident. In addition, creatine is widely used in sports medicine for the prevention of physical overexertion syndrome and improve adaptation to extreme physical stress.
The technology to produce pharmaceutical substances of creatine phosphate is created at the Laboratory of Biochemistry Medicines at the Institute of Physical and Chemical Problems under the guidance of the Corresponding Member of the National Academy of Sciences of Belarus Vladimir Shkumatov.
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