All the Drug Class Drugs
Hematinic. Ferric Carboxymaltose 1,800 mg/vial. VIALS: 1 x 10 ml. I.V. inj./infus. See lit.
Tmt. iron defic. when oral preps. ineffect./
unsuit. Diagnos. must be based on lab
C/I: Known hypersens., anemia not
attribut. to iron defic., 1st trimest. pregn.,
evidence iron overload/disturb. iron
Hematinic. Iron (as Iron (III) Hydroxide Polymaltose Complex) 100 mg, Folic Acid 0.4 mg. TABS: 30. Manifest iron defic: 1 tab
2-3 x dly until hem. value normal. Maint: 1tab dly. Latent iron defic. and prevent.
iron and folic acid defic: 1 tab dly.
Prevent. and tmt. anem. caused by iron
and folic acid defic.
C/I: Known hypersens.to or intolerance.
Pts. with haemochromatosis, haemosiderosis.
Pts. with iron metabolism disord. (lead anaemia, sideroachrestic anaemia, thalassaemia).
Pts. with any anaemia not caused by iron defic. (e.g. haemolytic anaemia or megaloblast. anaemia caused by vitamin B12 defic.
Hematinic. Iron (as Iron (III) Hydroxide Polymaltose Complex) 50 mg. SYR: 110 ml. Anem: Adults and child
over 12 yrs old, and nursing mothers:
10-20 ml dly; Pregn. women: 20 ml dly;
Child 2-12 yrs: Up to 6 mg (0.6 ml)/kg
bdy wt. dly. Proph: Over 12 yrs and
pregn. women: 5-10 ml dly. Child 1-12
yrs: 1 mg (0.1 ml)/kg bdy wt. dly; Babies
under 2 yrs: Not more than 15 mg dly
for proph. ther.
Prevent. and tmt. anem. due to latent,
manifest iron defic.
C/I: Iron overload, anem. not due to iron
Hematinic. Iron (as sodium ferric gluconate complex) 62.5 mg / 5 ml. AMPS: 5 x 5 ml.
Single or dly doses by slow I.V. inject.
Dly dose for adults: 3.2 ml/5 ml
depend. on amt. iron defic. See lit.
Adult., child. 6 yrs. and above. Severe iron
defic. when oral admin. impossible,
gastrointest. malabsorpt., dialysis pts.
C/I: Hypersens. to the product; Known
serious hypersens. to other parenteral
iron product.; Iron overload
haemolysis) or iron utilisation disorders
(sideroblastic anaemia, lead anaemia,
thalassaemia), Sev. inflamm. dis. of the
liver or kidneys; premature babies or
neonates, due to the content of benzyl
alcohol; hereditary fructose intolerance,
glucose-galactose malabsorption or