All the Active Ingredient Drugs
Sodium Chloride 7.44 mg/ml, Potassium Chloride 0.395 mg/ml, Sodium Phosphate (dibasic) 0.433 mg/ml, Sodium Bicarbonate 2.19 mg/ml, Calcium Chloride Dihydrate 3.85 mg/ml, Magnesium Chloride Hexahydrate 5 mg/ml, Dextrose 23 mg/ml, Glutathione Disulfide 4.6 mg/ml. PHYSIOLOG. IRRIGAT. SOLN: 480ml Part I + 20ml Part II.
Intraoc. irrigat. sol. during intraoc. surg.
involv. perfus. of eye.
Blood Substitutes and Plasma Protein Fractions. Icodextrin 75 g/l, Sodium Chloride 5.4 g/l, Sodium Lactate 4.5 g/l, Calcium Chloride Dihydrate 0.257 g/l, Magnesium Chloride Hexahydrate 0.051 g/l. PVC BAG: 2,2.5 L. Dosage ajust. individ.
Recomm. as a once dly. replacem. for a single glucose exchange as part of a contin. ambulat. periton. dialysis (CAPD) or automated periton. dialysis (APD) regimen for the tmt. of chron. ren. fail., particul. for pts. who have lost ultrafiltration on glucose solutions, because it can extend time on CAPD ther. in such pts.
C/I: Hypersens. Pts. with a known allergy to starch based polymers (e.g. maize starch) and/or icodextrin. Pts. with maltose or isomaltose intoler. Pts. with glycogen storage dis. Pts. with pre-exist. severe lactic acidosis. Pts. with uncorrectable mechanic. defects that prevent effective PD or incr. the risk of infect. Pts. with Documented loss of peritoneal function or extensive adhesions that compromise periton. funct.
Solutions for Parenteral Nutrition. Amino Acids 1.1%, Sodium Chloride 5.38 g/l, Calcium Chloride Dihydrate 0.184 g/l, Magnesium Chloride Hexahydrate 0.051 g/l, Sodium Lactate 4.48 g/l. PLASTIC BAG (Sol. for Periton. Dialys.): 2,2.5L. Dosage ajust. individ.
Nutritional supplem. for malnourished renal fail. pts. (albumin concentrat. lower then 35 g/liter) being maintain. on peritoneal dialysis.
C/I: Known hypersens. to any amino acids. Pts. with serum urea level above 38 mmol/L. Pts. with Uremic sympt. Pts. with metabol. acidosis. Pts. with inborn errors of amino acid metabolism. Pts. with liver insuffic. Pts. with severe hypokalaem. Pts. with uncorrectab. mechanic. defects that prevent effective PD or increase the risk of infec. Pts. with Documented loss of peritoneal funct. or extensive adhesions that compromise peritoneal funct.
Hemofiltrates. Calcium Chloride Dihydrate 3.68 g/l, Disodium Phosphate Dihydrate 0.225 g/l, Magnesium Chloride Hexahydrate 2.44 g/l, Potassium Chloride 0.314 g/l, Sodium Chloride 6.44 g/l, Sodium Hydrogen Carbonate 2.92 g/l. BAG (Sol. for Heamodial./Haemofiltr.):
2×5000 ml. The volume of the drug
used will depend on the clin. cond. of
the pt. and the targeted fluid balance.
Adult/Adolesc.: 500 - 3000 ml/hr.
Child.: 15 - 35 ml/kg/hr. The range of
flow rates for the dialysis sol.
(dialysate) in contin. haemodialysis
and contin. haemodiafiltration are:
Adult/Adolesc.: 500 - 2500 ml/hr.
Child.: 15 - 30 ml/kg/hr. Comm. used
flow rates in adults are approx. 2000
ml/h which correspond to a daily
replac. fluid volume of approx. 48 L.See
CRRT (cont. renal replac. ther.) in critic. ill
pts. with acute ren.fail. when pH and
kalaemia have been restored to norm.
and when the pts. need phosphate
supplemen. for loss of phosphate in the
ultrafiltrate or to the dialysate during
CRRT. May also be used in cases of drug
poison./ intoxic. when the poisons are
dialysable or pass through the
membrane. Indic. for pts. with normal
kalaemia and normal or
C/I: Hypersens.; Hyperkal.; Metab.
contraindic.: Renal fail. with pronounced
hypercatabol., if the uraemic symp.
cannot be corrected with
haemofiltration or haemodiafiltration, Insuffic. arterial
pressure in the vascular access, Syst.
anticoagul. if there is a high risk of
Isotonic solution. Anhydrouse Glucose 1.36 g/l, 22.7 g/l, 38.6 g/l, Sodium Chloride 5.38 g/l, Calcium Chloride Dihydrate 0.184 g/l, Magnesium Chloride Hexahydrate 0.051 g/l, Sodium Bicarbonate 2.10 g/l, Sodium Lactate 1.68 g/l. PVC BAG: 1.5, 2, 2.5 L. Dosage ajust. individ.
Indicated whenever peritoneal dialysis is employed include.: Acute&chron. renal fail.; Severe water retent.; Severe electrolyte imbalance; Drug intoxicat. with dialysable substanc. when a more adequate therapeut. alternative is not available. Bicarbonate/Lactate based physioneal peritoneal dialysis solutions with a physiology. pH are particul. indicated in pts. in whom solut. based on lactate buffer only with a low pH cause abdom. inflow pain or discomfort.
C/I: Pts. with: uncorrectab. mechan. defects that prevent effective PD or incr. the risk of infec., documented loss of periton. funct. or extensive adhesions that compromise periton. funct.
Local Hemostatics. Aprotinin (acetate) 3000 KIU / 1 ml, Calcium Chloride Dihydrate 40 mcmol/ml, Human Fibrinogen 91 mg / 1 ml, Human Thrombin 500 IU / 1 ml. PRE-FILL. SYR.: 2, 4 ,10 mL. Applied. as a thin layer by dripp. or spray. using cannula or spray set. Ensure that the amount of the agento be applied is suffic. to entirely cover the intended application area. See lit.
Supportive tmt. in adult. & child. from 1 mnth. of age where standard surg. techniq. appear insufficient: For improv. of Hemostasis. As a tissue glue to improve wound healing or to support sutures in vascular surgery and in GI anastomoses. For tissue sealing, to improve adhesion of the separated tissue (e.g. tissue flaps, grafts, split skin grafts [mesh grafts]). Efficacy in fully heparinized pts. has been proven.
C/I: Not for inject. to the circulat. syst. or into highly vascularized tissue. Known hypersens. to aprotinin. Do not use for the tmt. of severe or brisk arterial/venous bleed.
The spray should be applied with the min. recomm. distance from the applicator tip to the target site cannot be assured.