Inflammation consists in a response of the organism to a given aggression - whether caused by a trauma, a microorganism or a chemical - to combat and eliminate the agent responsible for the problem. There are also processes arising from an autoimmune condition, that is, when the immune system goes into disequilibrium and attacks the tissues of the body itself.

Irrespective of its origin, inflammation is triggered by a sequence of events, which begins with the dilation of blood vessels, involves defense cells, such as neutrophils and mast cells, and evolves into the production of chemicals called cytokines.

Interrupting the steps of this mechanism, preventing the cycle of inflammation from being completed, is the main function of anti-inflammatory drugs. At the same time, they ease local warming and pain, which often accompany the reaction.

The Biotoscana Group has a specific line of immunology and inflammation in its portfolio, each developed for a certain system affected by inflammation, such as gastrointestinal and respiratory.

In this way, it contributes not only to the regression of certain diseases, but also to the patient‘s quality of life, giving him more comfort and well-being to perform his routine activities.

ProductsMolecule
Sandoglobulina Inmunoglobulina
Salofalk Mesalazina
Alprostapint Alprostadil
Beriate Factor viii
Haemate Factor viii, von willebrand
Ursofalk Acido ursodesoxicolico
Albumina Albumina
Varicela
Beriplast Aprotinina, trombina
Hepavax Hbsag
Alburex Albumina
Tuberbut Tobramicina
Modina Fingolimod
Beriglobina Gammaglobulina humana
Rhophylac Plasma humano
Budenofalk Budesonida
Klean Polietlenglicol
rivigen Inmunoglobulina
Cronopep Esomeprazol
Endofalk Macrogol
Factor Factor viii
DISLEP(r) LEVOLSUPIRIDE
Afluria Cepa del virus influenza
Haemocomplettan Fibrinogeno
Biomotil Levosulpiride
Tetanogamma Toxoide tetanico
Berinin Factor ix
entaglobin Inmunoglobulina
Fibrofalk Ispaghula
Fibrogammin Fibrogammin
Hizentra Inmunoglobulina
Biosporin Ciclosporina
lantaben Ispaghula husk
Vingraf
Ciplaprazol
Artrosin