● The dosage used to promote child growth varies from person to person. The recommended dose is 0.1-0.15 IU/kg body weight/day, once daily, subcutaneously, for 3 months to 3 years, or as directed by a physician.
● The recommended dose for severe burn treatment is 0.2-0.4 IU/kg body weight/day, once a day, subcutaneously. The course of treatment is usually about 2 weeks.
● Dosages for adult replacement therapy must be adjusted for people. It is usually recommended to start with a low dose, such as 0.5 units (0.17 mg) per day or 0.02 units/kg body weight/day, which is equal to 0.007 mg/kg body weight/day. After one or two months of treatment, the dose can be gradually adjusted. Adjust to 0.04 units / kg body weight / day, equal to 0.013 mg / kg body weight / day. The level of serum insulin-like growth factor I (IGF-I) can be used as a dose reference. The dose decreases with age.