Soluvit – N Infusion Icin Liyofilize Powder Iceren Vial

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1 review for Soluvit – N Infusion Icin Liyofilize Powder Iceren Vial

  1. Omid

    “We are working in medical supply for many years in Dubai, UAE, and we are very interested in collaborating with you. Please let us have your email address for a direct chat regarding the Soluvit N VIAL.

    Thank you for your consideration in advance and I am looking forward to talking with you.


    • WikiKenko - Health Encyclopedia

      Medical Guidance Center

      Hello Omid, this is WikiKenko.

      Thank you for your email and interest in collaborating with us. We appreciate your experience in the medical supply industry in Dubai, UAE. You can reach us at [email protected] for further discussion.

      Thank you and we look forward to talking with you.

      Best regards, WikiKenko

      Here are some further information about Soluvit N VIAL

      Soluvit N Infusion is a multivitamin preparation of water-soluble vitamins for parenteral nutrition. It is used as a supplement in intravenous nutrition to meet the daily requirements of water-soluble vitamins in adults, adolescents, children and infants. It contains Vitamin B Complex as an active ingredient and may also be used for purposes not listed in its medication guide.

      According to our sources, allergic reactions including anaphylactic reactions may occur in patients hypersensitive to any component in the preparation, for example, folic acid, methyl parahydroxybenzoate or thiamine. There have been rare reports of anaphylactoid reactions following repeated injection of preparations containing thiamine. Flushing, itching or burning of the skin may occur in patients susceptible to the effects of nicotinamide.

      Other adverse reactions that may be expected based on experience with other water-soluble vitamin compounds administered intravenously include dermatological reactions including flushing, erythema and pruritus and CNS reactions including headache, dizziness and agitation. You should consult with a doctor or pharmacist for more information about its side effects.

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