Ingredients (capsule content) vegetable oils (coconut and palm);phytomenadione (vitamin K1). Ingredients Coating: gelatin, humectant: glycerol, color: iron oxide.
The content of vitamin K in the capsule 1 - 150mcg.
The latest findings Polish Team of Experts claim that infants breast-fed or mixed, should be administered a dose of 150mcg of vitamin K for a period lasting from 15 days of age younger than 3 months of age. This recommendation applies to both full-term infants and infants born prematurely in the 34th and above the 34th week of pregnancy. The ideal means of achieving these recommendations is neonatus K150, which provides for a child's body portion of vitamin exactly he needs. Vitamin K is responsible for normal blood clotting. If an infant found its deficiency increases the risk of intracranial bleeding, which are dangerous to health and even life of a toddler.
Dietary food for special medical purposes neonatus K150 designed for use in the dietary deficiency states of vitamin K in the body, in the prevention of bleeding caused by a deficiency of vitamin K. The preparation for breast-fed infants from 15 days of age younger than 3 months of age.
Keep out of reach of children, at room temperature. It is not intended for parenteral use. It is not the only source of food.
Do not use in case of hypersensitivity to any component of the preparation.
The product should be taken under medical supervision. It is advisable to give your baby the contents of 1 capsule daily. The end of the capsule tear, the contents can squeeze onto the spoon or mixed with a small amount of food. Give your child. The capsule shell is not suitable for consumption after the administration of the content envelope should be discarded. It advised not to squeeze the contents directly into the baby's mouth, as this may increase the risk of swallowing the envelope for baby. Do not exceed recommended servings for consumption during the day.
Net weight: 20,4g (30x680mg).