Gastrointestinal Drugs

  • Chemical Composition

    Sodium Bicarbonate 50 mg -Dill Seed Oil 2,365 mg / 5 ml

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    150ml Glass Bottle - 100ml Glass Bottle

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Excipients Glycerin ‚Propylene glycol‚ Maltitol ‚ Sodium Methylparaben ‚ Sodium Propylparaben‚ Purified water ‚ Strawberry flavour .
INDICATIONS For the symptomatic relief of distress associated with wind in infants up to one year old.
CONTRAINDICATIONS • Should not be used where impaired kidney function • If hypersensitivity to hydroxybenzoates exists. • It is generally recommended that sodium bicarbonate should not be administered to patients with metabolic or respiratory alkalosis, hypocalcaemia or hypochlorhydria
WARNINGS • If symptoms persist, medical advice should be sought. • Patients with rare hereditary problems of fructose intolerance should not take this medicine. If the patient has intolerance to some sugars, the doctor should be consulted before taking it. • This product contains 1.4mmol (or 32.2mg) sodium per dose. To be taken into consideration by patients on a controlled sodium diet. • This medicine contains hydroxybenzoate derivatives which may cause allergic reactions (possibly delayed).
Pregnancy And lactations You should consult a doctor if this drug is prescribed to pregnant or breastfeeding women
Dosage And Administration Adults & the Elderly: Not applicable For 50 mg,2.365 mg/ 5 ml: Children 2 - 12 months of age: 5 mL not more than 3 to 4 times per 24 hours. It should not be given to children with a body mass less than 2.5 kg. For 2.3mg, 52.5 mg /5ml: Children: 1 - 6 months old One 5ml teaspoonful 6 - 12 months old Two 5ml teaspoonsful Under one month old Not to be used These doses may be given during or after each feed or up to six times in 24 hours
OVERDOSE Symptoms following overdose are rare and are generally due to the effects of sodium bicarbonate. These may include diarrhoea, metabolic alkalosis and hypernatraemia. In the event of severe overdosing, medical advice should be sought immediately. The treatment of hypernatraemia includes repair of any dehydration present and gradual reduction of the plasma sodium. The alkalosis, if present, will respond usually to the treatment of hypernatraemia. At all times intensive monitoring of the electrolytes, and patients circulatory and central nervous system are necessary.
Storage Conditions Store below 25ºC‚ out of direct sunlight. Keep out of reach of children.