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Kidviton
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Vitamins and minerals correct and prevent impairment of the cell metabolism in situations with increased demands or by an inadequate diet. Low supply of essential substances which the organism is not able to synthesize by itself, may cause disturbances, such as debility, tiredness, decrease in vitality, reduced force of resistance and decelerated convalescence.

Pack size Box of 1 bottle 60 ml, 120 ml.
Shelf-life 24 months
Composition Lysine hydrochloride, Calcium, Phosphorus, Vitamin B1, Vitamin B2, Vitamin B6, Vitamin D3, Vitamin E, Nicotinamide, D-Panthenol.
Dosage forms and strengths Syrup: 60 ml, 120 ml.
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PRESCRIBING INFORMATION

Indications:

Kidviton syrup is used as a reconstituent for children and adolescents during the period of growth, special diets and during convalescence (after illness, infections or surgery). Furthermore, Kidviton syrup is also indicated for all ages during convalescence.

Dosage:

  • Children from 1 to 5 years old: 7.5 ml/day (= 1.5 teaspoons/day).
  • School children, adolescents and adults: 15 ml/daily (= 1 tablespoon/day).

Usage:

Kidviton syrup is only administered orally. It should be taken before breakfast or lunch. It may also be diluted with water or mixed with food.

  • Hypersensitivity to any of the ingredients.
  • Existing disorders in calcium metabolism, e.g hypercalcaemia and hypercalciuria.
  • Hypervitaminosis D. Concomitant use of other products with vitamin D.
  • Severe hepatic disease. Renal failure. Active peptic ulcer. Arterial hemorrhaging, severe hypotension.
  • Calcium: Orally administered calcium salts may be irritating to the GI tract and constipation.
  • Vitamin B1: Usually the allergic type.
  • Vitamin B2: Large doses result in a bright yellow discoloration of the urine which may interfere with certain laboratory tests.
  • Vitamin B6: Using dose of 200 mg vitamin B daily in 2 months is associated with the development of severe peripheral neuropathy.
  • Vitamin D3: Hypervitaminosis D may occur when the acute or long-term administration of excessive amounts of vitamin D or enhanced responsiveness to normal amounts of the vitamin leads to clinical manifest derangement in calcium metabolism.
  • D-pathenol: Allergic reactions (rarely).
  • Vitamin E: Large doses may cause diarrhea, abdominal pain, and other gastrointestinal disturbances, and may also cause fatigue and weakness.
  • Unless otherwise indicated by the physician, Kidviton syrup should not be taken over a prolonged period of time in a dosage exceeding that recommended.
  • Calcium salts should be given cautiously to patients with renal impairment, or diseases associated with hypercalcaemia such as sarcoidosis and some malignancies. In addition, they should generally be avoided in patients with calcium renal calculi, or a history of renal calculi.
  • Sarcoidosis or hypoparathyroidism may have increased sensitivity to vitamin D.
  • Large doses of nicotinamide should be administered with caution to patients with a history of peptic ulcer disease, gallbladder disease or a history of jaundice or liver disease, diabetes mellitus, gout, gout arthritis or allergy.
  • D-panthenol may prolong bleeding time so it should be used with caution in patients with haemophilia or other bleeding risk.
  • Vitamins and minerals in doses corresponding to the daily requirements may be taken during pregnancy and lactation.
  • Patients should be aware of how they react to drug before driving or operating machinery.
  • Lysine Hydrochloride……………….1200 mg
  • Calcium………………………………..520 mg
  • Phosphorus………………………….. 800 mg
  • Vitamin B1………………………………12 mg
  • Vitamin B2………………………………14 mg
  • Vitamin B6………………………………24 mg
  • Vitamin D3…………………………….2400 IU
  • Vitamin E………………………………..60 mg
  • Nicotinamide……………………………80 mg
  • D-Panthenol…………………………….40 mg