Food for special medical purposes Electrolytes are a product indicated for use in states of dehydration and loss of electrolytes. Recommended especially in the case of vomiting and diarrhea. The preparation contains, among others glucose, citrates and potassium.
Glucose, sodium chloride, sodium citrates, potassium chloride, flavors, anti-caking agent: silicon dioxide, sweetener: sucrose. Allergen information: may contain lactose (from milk), soy and gluten. It contains sweeteners.
The content of ingredients in 200ml (liquid prepared from one sachet): glucose - 2.79g, citrates - 360.25mg, sodium - 334.13mg, chlorine - 259.6mg, potassium - 161mg.
The preparation is in the form of a powder to be dissolved in water and has an orange flavor. Electrolytes are food for special medical purposes. This product helps to rehydrate the body and replenish lost electrolytes, thereby helping to restore and maintain the acid-base balance. Electrolytes play important functions in the body, e.g. they support the functioning of the nervous system, muscle function and maintain the proper water management of the body.
Food for special medical purposes Electrolytes intended for use in the dietary management in states of dehydration or in the event of the risk of dehydration. For use, for example, during vomiting or diarrhea, as well as after very intense physical exertion. Preparation for adults.
Store the product out of reach of children at room temperature. It is recommended to protect against the effects of moisture and light. Do not use parenterally. Do not use as the sole source of food. Do not use when there is no risk of dehydration.
Do not use in case of hypersensitivity to any component of the preparation. Do not use in case of haemodynamic shock, intestinal obstruction, poor renal function. Do not use in the event of the appearance of blood in the stools.
How to use the sachets Electrolytes:
Use under medical supervision. It is recommended to use depending on the degree of dehydration of the body, as well as body weight and hydration stage. During the watering phase (first 4 hours of watering): 11-20 sachets. Prepare as directed. The recommended dose of rehydration fluid is approximately 50-100 ml per kg of body weight. During the maintenance hydration phase: 1 sachet (prepared as recommended) after each diarrhea or vomiting. Preparation method: dissolve the contents of one sachet in 200 ml of warm, boiled water. The liquid should be cooled down before serving. Do not exceed recommended servings for consumption during the day.
Net weight: 42 g (10 x 4.2 g).