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Unfortunately, we cannot provide you with any detailed information concerning the main ingredients of Enerlyte or concerning its active components. However, we can tell you that Enerlyte should contain sodium acid citrate, potassium chloride and sodium chloride. For this reason we advise you to carefully read Enerlyte's label (which should accompany a full pack of Enerlyte) in order to gain such information. Furthermore, your pharmacist should also be able to provide you with such details. You should seek his or her professional expertise.
This clinical remedy is mainly employed by patients who want to be granted a fast and effective ease of the disturbing symptoms of Traveler's Gastroenteritis. Enerlyte can also be employed in the therapy and / or prevention of dehydration, a common medical condition that arises due to diarrhea. Both adults and children can benefit from the results of a therapy course with Enerlyte. One should seek their main clinical prescriber's opinion concerning the possibility of starting a treatment course with Enerlyte.
As cases of allergic reaction to this clinical remedy have been reported, we strongly recommend all individuals to make sure that they are not allergic to Enerlyte before they start using Enerlyte. In other words, you may have to undergo a set of allergy tests before your physician agrees that you are allowed to use Enerlyte. Your clinical prescriber will also want to make sure that he or she is up to date with your personal and family medical history, as some clinical conditions may prevent a certain individual from being able to receive a therapy course with Enerlyte. For this reason, you should be able to provide your physician with detailed information concerning such medical matters when you meet him or her. This will ensure that you will have a safe and beneficial experience with Enerlyte.
As Enerlyte is generally purchased in the form of sachets, one should dissolve the content of one sachet in boiled and cooled liquid (water, preferably). Enerlyte's packet should contain some instructions concerning the proper use of this medical remedy. A solution of Enerlyte that has been reconstituted can be stored in the fridge for a day, but not more than 24 hours. Any unused solution that has not been kept in the refrigerator must be discarded after 60 minutes. You must not boil the solution of Enerlyte that you have already prepared.
Young children and infants should be administered a special dose of Enerlyte, depending on their exact age and weight. For adults, the average dosage schedule is quite simple, as they should use 1 or 2 sachets of Enerlyte after each of their experienced loose bowel motions. They should not use more than 16 sachets during 24 hours. The same dosage routine is proper for children who are older than 10 years of age. Children between 5 and 10 years should use a single sachet of Enerlyte after they experienced a loose bowel motion. Their daily dose should not exceed 12 sachets per day.
Over-dosage with Enerlyte occurs if the patient has indicated an abnormally high number of sachets of Enerlyte during one or more days. The severity of such a condition depends on the extra amount of Enerlyte which has been employed by the individual. In such cases, the patient should receive immediate medical attention, as over-dosage with Enerlyte is considered a clinical emergency. Unfortunately, we cannot provide you with information concerning the side effects that are expected to arise in such a condition. You should ask your main clinical prescriber or a pharmacist for such information.
As this clinical remedy is generally employed only when the patient experiences a loose bowel movement, most individuals do not follow a strict dosing schedule with Enerlyte. However, if your main clinical specialist has advised you to employ a certain dose of Enerlyte on a regular basis, you should try to follow the indicated dosing routine as accurately as possible. Any disruptions of your therapy course should be reported to your clinical prescriber.
As allergic reactions to Enerlyte have been reported, we recommend all patients who experience hives, swelling, breathing difficulties or any similar symptoms to cease using Enerlyte until they contact their prescribing physician. In such cases, the patient is generally indicated an alternative therapy course with another type of medical product. All individuals must be well aware of the fact that Enerlyte can trigger a set of adverse reactions. Luckily, the side effects of Enerlyte are generally temporary and they fade away as the treatment evolves or after they stop using Enerlyte. Not all patients who employ this clinical remedy will experience its adverse clinical manifestations.
Like most other medicines, Enerlyte can be employed as part of a complex therapy course, in which the patient is supposed to employ more than one medical product (such complex treatment courses have been thoroughly studied and scientists have proven that they provide increased beneficial results). However, if you combine Enerlyte with other medications without the approval of your prescribing professional, disturbing and sometimes severe complications may arise. This can be easily avoided if you ask for your physician's consent before you purchase / use another type of medical product during your therapy course with Enerlyte. We strongly advise you not to combine your intake of Enerlyte with the use of other medications which have the same active ingredients or that serve the same medical purpose.
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