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Alflutop Vials


10 ampoules x 1 ml


Alflutop is a product of Biotehnos Romania. It contains a unique formulation from marine (sea fish) extract. The bioactive concentrate from fish is a potent source of low molecular mass peptides, mucopolysaccharides  and essential amino acids which in all has positive healing effects to joint disorders and other ostechondrosis related condition. It also contains an amount of essential minerals such as calcium, copper, iron, magnesium, sodium and zinc.


Alflutop is presented in 1 ml vial for injection containing 10 mg fish bioactive concentrate and phenol as its anesthetic and preservative substance.      

Action Mechanism

Alflutop contains essential substance that acts in the regeneration process of damaged cartilage and also helps in preventing further damage to joints. The glycosaminoglycans substance present in each Alflutop preparation works in repairing damaged cartilaginous tissue.

Alflutop blocks the overproduction of hyaluronidase enzymes that can cause further serious damage to your joints. This inhibition process is essential in retaining balance and normal biosynthesis of hyaluronic acid and type II collagen.

Indications and Mode of Administration

Alflutop is indicated for the relief of degenerative joint disorders including:

ankylopoietic sponditis


spinal disk injuries


rheumatoid arthritis and other arthritis-related condition

Alflutop is also used for the treatment of spondylosis osteochondrosis and other osteoarthrosis related disorders such as coxarthrosis, gonarthrosis, and arthrosis.

Alflutop in administered through intramuscular injection. The usual dose of treatment varies on different type of patients, for some, one ampoule per day for the duration of 21 days will bring substantial relief to joint discomfort and damage. Clinical trials revealed that relief is achievable as early as 7 days treatment to several months. Treatment duration may be shortened or extended depending on how well the individual response to treatment and how severe the condition being treated.

Alflutop Contraindications and Cautions

Alflutop is a natural therapeutic preparation that contains fish bioactive concentrate as its active ingredient, phenol as its anesthetic compound and other essential minerals such as sodium, copper, calcium, magnesium, iron and zinc.

Alflutop is not appropriate for use to patients who have known hypersensitivity to any of its ingredients. Pregnant and breastfeeding moms are cautioned not to use this medication without prior consultation from a health care provider.

Proper aseptic technique must be done in administering Alflutop for injection. Do not reuse the needles and syringes and keep syringes away from children. Follow the standards of waste management in disposing the needles and syringes.

Alflutop Side Effects

Alflutop is generally well tolerated by the body. The product had undergone clinical trials and has proven safe and effective relief to joint disorders. Side effects associated to the medication are seldom rare depending upon the person’s level of tolerance. The following are the list of reported side effects associated to the medication:

skin rash and itching

muscle pain

pain and swelling in the injected site

infrequent elevation of blood pressure

Immediately stop treatment and consult your health care provider if you observed symptoms of allergic reactions.

Alflutop Interactions:

Alflutop may have potential interactions with other medicaments. Do not start Alflutop treatment without informing your health care provider what other medications you are currently taking including over-the-counter medications and herbal preparations.    

Interesting Facts

Alflutop also acts as anti-inflammatory and analgesic agent through restoration of hemostasis of joints thereby decreasing pain and inflammation by slowing down inflammatory mediator synthesis process.

The efficacy of Alflutop has been proven in arthrosonography result. It was demonstrated that Alflutop substantially improves joints function and impede the degenerative progression of joints. 

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