Pedialyte Oral Rehydration Solution 8x8.5 Sachets Fruit Punch Flavour
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Pedialyte Oral Rehydration Solution 8x8.5 Sachets Fruit Punch Flavour

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Recommended Use: Oral rehydration solution to help prevent dehydration and restore fluids and electrolytes caused by (acute/watery) diarrhea and/or vomiting (due to acute gastroenteritis). 

MEDICINAL INGREDIENTS: Dextrose, citric acid, potassium citrate, sodium chloride, sodium citrate. 

NON-MEDICINAL INGREDIENTS: Malic acid, natural and artificial fruit punch flavour, sucralose, acesulfame potassium, FD&C Red No. 4.

Directions

RECONSTITUTE WITH WATER ONLY

  • Dissolve the entire contents of 4 sachets in 1 L,
    2 sachets in 500 mL, or 1 sachet in 250 mL of drinking water (to achieve the appropriate concentration of medicinal ingredients). If drinking water is not available, use boiled or bottled water to prepare the solution. Do not boil the solution after it is prepared.
  • Tastes best served cold.
  • Store powder sachets at room temperature. Avoid extreme temperatures.
  • Refrigerate unused reconstituted product in a sealed container and use within 24 hours.
  • Use by expiry date.

Dosage

  • Children < 1 year: Consult a physician before using Pedialyte®.
  • Children 1-2 years: Give 50-100 mL per episode of diarrhea and/or vomiting, up to a maximum of 1 L over a period of 24 hours. Attempt to give solution as soon as diarrhea begins. Offer small, frequent sips every 15 minutes, increasing serving size as tolerated.
  • Children 2-9 years: Give 100-200 mL per episode of diarrhea and/or vomiting, up to a maximum of 1 L over a period of 8 to 24 hours. Attempt to give solution as soon as diarrhea begins. Offer small, frequent sips every 15 minutes, increasing serving size as tolerated.
  • Adults, adolescents, and children ≥ 10 years:Take/give 200-400 mL per episode of diarrhea and/or vomiting, or as much as wanted. Attempt to take/give solution as soon as diarrhea begins. Take/give small, frequent sips every 15 minutes, increasing serving size as tolerated.

Continue as long as diarrhea or vomiting is present.

For occasional use only.