SODIUM HYDROGEN CARBONATE solution 8.4%
Infusion solution, SODIUM HYDROGEN CARBONATE
SODIUM HYDROGEN CARBONATE Composition
1 ampoule of 20 ml contains:
1.68 g sodium bicarbonate
edetic acid, disodium salt 2 H2O, water for injection purposes. Areas of
SODIUM HYDROGEN CARBONATE application
Metabolic acidosis. Alkalinization in barbiturate and salicylate poisoning.
alkalosis; hypernatremia; hypokalemia.
Not known if the contraindications and notes are observed.
Do not use together with solutions containing calcium and magnesium; do not mix with phosphate containing solutions.
dosing SODIUM HYDROGEN CARBONATE instructions
Continuous drip up to a maximum of 25 drops/minute (= maximum 1 ampoule in 16 minutes) and 100 ml/day (equivalent to 5 ampoules) taking into account the acid-base balance. Sodium bicarbonate solution 8.4% can be infused undiluted or diluted.
Paravenous application can result in necrosis. Acid-base balance and serum ionogram controls are required. Beware of hypokalemia. If the dose is exceeded, there is a risk of hypocalcaemic tetany.
SODIUM HYDROGEN CARBONATE properties
A so-called latent acidosis often contributes to a regulatory blockade, i.e. a metabolic imbalance that is still being compensated for, but is already present and effective. Due to the high regulatory, pain-therapeutic and anti-inflammatory potency, base infusion therapy can be used for a large number of clinical pictures.