Multiple Electrolyte G Pharmacology

Multiple Electrolyte G

About Multiple Electrolyte G
IV fluids,Electrolyte solution , Gastric replacement solution.
Mechanism of Action of Multiple Electrolyte G
Multiple Electrolyte G is gastric replacement solution. It provides electrolytes lost via gastric suction or vomiting. Gastric Juice is always acidic due to its acidic contents. Therefore, loss of gastric juice due to any reason also causes loss of acidity. In turn, alkalosis develops due to H+ ion deficit.
Multiple Electrolytes and Dextrose Injection Type 3 USP (with Ammonium):
The solution contains ammonium ions which are converted to urea and hydrogen ions by the liver. Thus hydrogen ion deficit produced by gastric juice loss is replaced. It also corrects alkalosis.
Pharmacokinets of Multiple Electrolyte G
Absorption: It is rapidly and completely absorbed after intravenous administration.
Metabolism: Rapidly metabolised in liver and excreted by kidney, without toxic metabolites
Onset of Action for Multiple Electrolyte G
Duration of Action for Multiple Electrolyte G
Half Life of Multiple Electrolyte G
Side Effects of Multiple Electrolyte G
1. Infection at the site of injection
2. Venous thrombosis
3. Extravasation
4. Hypervolemia
Contra-indications of Multiple Electrolyte G
Solutions containing dextrose may be contraindicated in patients with known allergy to corn or corn products.
Special Precautions while taking Multiple Electrolyte G
1. Congestive heart failure
2. Severe renal insufficiency
3. Severe hepatic insufficiency
4. Edema with sodium retention
5. Hyperkalemia
6. Metabolic or respiratory alkalosis
Pregnancy Related Information
May be used
Old Age Related Information
May be used
Breast Feeding Related Information
May be used
Children Related Information
May be used
Indications for Multiple Electrolyte G
1. Loss of gastric juice through gastric suction or vomiting
2. Metabolic alkalosis resulting from excessive ingestion of sodium bicarbonate
3. Overdose of organomercurial diuretics (forced diuresis)

Interactions for Multiple Electrolyte G
Typical Dosage for Multiple Electrolyte G
Adult: 500 - 2000ml, dose is determined on the basis of loss of gastric juice and the amount should be determined before treatment.
Maximum infusion rate: 1 litre/2 hours

Schedule of Multiple Electrolyte G
Storage Requirements for Multiple Electrolyte G
Store at 15 - 30 degree C.
Effects of Missed Dosage of Multiple Electrolyte G
Do not apply
Effects of Overdose of Multiple Electrolyte G
Give supportive measures and symptomatic treatment

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