Dns Bottle Injection 500ml
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500ml Injection in Bottle
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Dns Bottle Injection 500ml Description
Dns Bottle Injection 500 ml contains sodium chloride and dextrose solution. It works by restoring body fluid and electrolytes lost during trauma, surgery, or dehydration.
|Contains||Dextrose + Sodium Chloride|
|Uses||replacement for electrolytes and water|
|Side effects||anaphylactic reaction, chills, decrease in sodium level in the blood, infection at the site of injection, increase in blood sugar level|
|Therapy||DRUGS FOR ELECTROLYTE IMBALANCE|
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Uses of Dns Bottle Injection 500ml
- Replacement for electrolytes and water
Contraindications of Dns Bottle Injection 500ml
- Allergy to the active components of Dns injection or its excipients
- Extracellular hyperhydration
- Low extracellular fluid volume
- Fluid and sodium retention
- Clinically significant hyperglycemia
Side effects of Dns Bottle Injection 500ml
- Anaphylactic reaction
- Decrease in sodium level in the blood
- Increase in blood glucose level
- Infection at the site of injection
Precautions and Warnings of Dns Bottle Injection 500ml
Can I use Dns bottle injection during pregnancy?
You should consult your doctor before using this medicine as there is limited information about its safety during pregnancy. However, if considered essential, your doctor will provide you with the injection after assessing the benefits over the risks.
Can I use Dns bottle injection while breastfeeding?
Dns injection can be used during breastfeeding; however, caution should be exercised before and during administration.
Can I drive if I have been injected with Dns injection?
There is no information available on the effects of this injection on driving.
Can I consume alcohol if I have been injected with Dns bottle injection?
The safety of consuming alcohol with this injection is not established.
Other General Warnings
Talk to your doctor if
- You have diabetes
- You have liver disease
- You have low blood pressure
- You have congestive heart failure
- You have other underlying condition
- You have primary hyperaldosteronism
- You are a pediatric or elderly patient
- You have severe kidney function impairment
- You have a history of hypersensitivity reactions
- You have a renal disease like renal artery stenosis
- You have a risk of low potassium levels in the blood
- You are allergic to the active components of Dns injection or its excipients
- You are taking other prescription or non-prescription medications
Mode of Action of Dns Bottle Injection 500ml
How Does It Work?
Dextrose and sodium chloride injection provides necessary electrolytes and fluids to the body and helps restore the original composition of electrolytes, fluids, and calories.
Directions for Use of Dns Bottle Injection 500ml
- Dns injection is given in the hospital by the doctor or any other healthcare worker under a doctor’s observation
- Do not try to self-inject
Interactions of Dns Bottle Injection 500ml
Interactions with other medicines
- Sodium and lithium clearance in the kidneys may be increased when Dextrose and Sodium Chloride Injection is administered, resulting in lower serum lithium concentrations
- Chlorpropamide, clofibrate, and narcotics may stimulate vasopressin release when given with this injection
- NSAIDs, cyclophosphamide potentiates the vasopressin action, which increases the risk of hyponatremia
Storage and disposal of Dns Bottle Injection 500ml
- Store below 25°C away from light and moisture, away from direct sunlight
- Do not freeze
- Keep the medication away from pets and children
- Do not use this after its expiry date, and do not throw it away medication in household waste
Dosage of Dns Bottle Injection 500ml
As a Dns injection is given to you by a doctor or nurse, it is unlikely to get an overdose of this injection. However, if you observe swelling in your hands or legs or feel any discomfort, immediately report it to the doctor....
Missed a Dose
If you miss a dose, you can schedule an appointment with your doctor as soon as possible.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
Q: Are there any special precautions to follow before administering Dns injection to a pediatric patient?
A: Neonates, especially premature infants with low birth weight, are at increased risk of developing high blood sugar or low blood sugar. Children are also at increased risk of developing low sodium levels in the blood.
Q: Is it safe to use Dns injection in patients with kidney impairment?
A: Administration of this injection in patients with kidney impairment may result in high sugar levels in the blood, low sodium levels, and fluid overload. Therefore, caution is advised when using this injection with these patients.
Q: Should I follow any special diet plan while using Dns bottle injection?
A: There are no restrictions for any food, but as this medicine has potential to increase the blood sugar level in the body, you must avoid excessive sugar consumption while taking this medicine.
- DailyMed - DEXTROSE AND SODIUM CHLORIDE injection, solution [Internet]. Dailymed.nlm.nih.gov. 2022 [cited 16 April 2022]. Available from: https://dailymed.nlm.nih.gov/dailymed/drugInfo.cfm?setid=dcbf1907-1841-4afc-ab5d-a9893a2d7256#ID_6fe00f19-3bf7-47ee-9fa1-722556cc3159
- Sodium Chloride 0.9 % w/v and Glucose 5% w/v Solution for Infusion BP - Summary of Product Characteristics (SmPC) - (emc) [Internet]. Medicines.org.uk. 2022 [cited 16 April 2022]. Available from: https://www.medicines.org.uk/emc/product/1870/smpc#
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