FER-IN-SOL DROPS OTC
Generic Name and Formulations:
Iron 15mg/1mL (as sulfate 75mg/1mL); contains sulfites, alcohol; gluten-free.
Mead Johnson Nutrition
Indications for FER-IN-SOL DROPS:
Iron deficiency and iron deficiency anemias.
Adults and Children:
May give directly into the mouth or mix with formula, fruit juice, cereal or other foods. <4yrs: 1mL daily. ≥4yrs: not recommended.
Monitor hemoglobin, hematocrit, reticulocyte count periodically. Elderly.
Inhibits tetracycline absorption.
Nausea, abdominal discomfort and pain, constipation, masks occult bleeding, black stools, stains teeth and dentures.
Drops—50mL (w. calibrated dropper)
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