Generic Name and Formulations:
Rice syrup solids 30g, sodium 50mEq, potassium 25mEq, chloride 45mEq, citrate 34mEq, Calories 126; per liter; fruit-flavor liq.
Mead Johnson Nutrition
Indications for ENFALYTE:
Oral fluid and electrolyte replacement in mild to moderate diarrhea.
Adults and Children:
<5yrs: see literature. 5–10yrs: may give 1–2 quarts/day. Older children and adults: may give ≥ 2 quarts/day.
As sole therapy in severe diarrhea. Intractable vomiting. Adynamic ileus. Intestinal obstruction. Perforated bowel. Anuria. Oliguria. Impaired homeostatic mechanisms.
Adjust intake of other electrolyte containing liquids. Avoid carbonated or fruit drinks. Maintain correct caloric intake.
Fluid & electrolyte replacement.
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