PEDIALYTE FREEZER POPS OTC
Generic Name and Formulations:
Dextrose 1.6g, sodium 2.8mEq, potassium 1.25mEq, chloride 2.2mEq, Calories 6.25; per 62mL pop; grape, cherry, orange, or raspberry flavored; contains acesulfame.
Indications for PEDIALYTE FREEZER POPS:
Oral fluid and electrolyte replacement in mild to moderate diarrhea and vomiting.
Give frozen pop or unfrozen as a drink, with other fluid and electrolyte supplements. <1yr: not recommended. ≥1yr: give as desired by patient.
As sole therapy in severe continuing diarrhea. Intractable vomiting. Adynamic ileus. Intestinal obstruction or perforated bowel. Anuria, oliguria, or impaired homeostatic mechanism.
Fluid & electrolyte replacement.
Liq (flavored)—1L; Liq (unflavored)—2oz, 1L; Singles (6.8oz)—16; Pwd (packets)—4, 8; Pops—16
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