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Dosage of Citric acid (Citro Cool) in details
As an alkaliniser agent
Adult: As sodium citrate and Citric acid (Citro Cool) solution: 10-30 ml after meals and at bedtime. Dosage should be individualised according to patient's response and tolerance. As sodium citrate: 1-2 g every 2-4 hr when necessary.
Child: As sodium citrate and Citric acid (Citro Cool) solution: 5-15 ml after meals and at bedtime. Dosage should be individualised according to patient's response and tolerance.
Citric acid (Citro Cool) interactions
If the patient is concurrently taking digitalis, the physician should bear in mind that the average daily dose of this medicine (10 g of granules) contains approximately 1.75 g (44 mmol) of potassium.
If a low sodium diet has been prescribed, it should be remembered that the average daily dose of this medicine contains approximately 1 g (44 mmol) of sodium.
Dosage of Na bicarbonate (Citro Cool) in details
IV Adult & elderly 1 mmol/kg (1 mL/kg 8.4% soln) followed by 0.5 mmol/kg (0.5 mL/kg 8.4% soln) at 10 min intervals by slow IV inj. Childn 1 mmol/kg (1 mL/kg 8.4% soln) by slow IV inj.
Na bicarbonate (Citro Cool) interactions
Corticosteroids or corticotrophin. May increase renal clearance of acidic products eg, tetracyclines especially doxycycline, acetylsalicylic acid, chlorpropramide, lithium, methenamine & increase t½ & duration of action of basic drugs eg, quinidine, amphetamines, ephedrine, pseudoephedrine, memantine & flecainide. May increase renal tubular reabsorption of mecamylamine. Hypochloraemic alkalosis may occur w/ K-depleting diuretics eg, bumetanide, ethacrynic acid, furosemide & thiazides. May reduce serum K conc of K supplements.
Dosage of Na citrate (Citro Cool) in details
Adult 300-500 mL/hr (about 80-130 drops/min). Usual dose: 500-1,000 mL by IV drip infusion. Childn ≥3 yr or ≥15 kg 50-100 mL/hr.
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