|Extraction Source:||erusalem artichoke, chicory tubers|
Alias: Chrysanthemum busy
Inulin is widely found in plant tissues. About 36,000 plants contain inulin, especially in Jerusalem artichoke and chicory roots.
Ingredient Classification: It is formed by polymerization of fructose molecules.
Intravenous drip, 5~7.5g, add 500ml normal saline, titrate at a constant rate, draw blood and retain urine before and after the drip.
Indications: The inulin clearance test was used to measure the glomerular filtration rate (GFR). In addition, it is also used to determine the extracellular fluid volume.