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electrolytes + glucose monohydrate

Solution for infusion 500ml, 1000ml

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EU GMP

Manufacturer #688

A pharmaceutical manufacturer based in the EU that is active in 60+ countries selling its products in Europe, Africa, Middle East, and Asia for 50+ years. Main therapeutic areas include cardiovascular, anti-infectives, and skin disorders. The main dosage forms are semi-solid and liquid forms. They are produced in GMP-compliant manufacture. Regularity team prepares EU CTD format document.

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electrolytes

Solution for infusion 500 ml, 1000 ml

Dossier type
EU CTD
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Ready
Country of origin
European Union
GMP approvals
EU GMP

Manufacturer #688

A pharmaceutical manufacturer based in the EU that is active in 60+ countries selling its products in Europe, Africa, Middle East, and Asia for 50+ years. Main therapeutic areas include cardiovascular, anti-infectives, and skin disorders. The main dosage forms are semi-solid and liquid forms. They are produced in GMP-compliant manufacture. Regularity team prepares EU CTD format document.

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electrolytes + glucose + zinc

Sachets 1350mg Glucose + 2mg Zinc

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CTD
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European Union
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EU GMP

Manufacturer #13663

A pharmaceutical manufacturer based in the EU that is selling its products in 20+ countries for 10+ years. Key production lines are medical devices, cosmetics, and nutraceuticals. The company's production lines are EU GMP-compliant.

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Electrolyte

Electrolytes are minerals that are naturally present in the body. They have an electric charge and are in the blood, urine, tissues, and other body fluids. Electrolytes are life-critical. They balance the amount of water in your body, body's acid/base (pH) level, Moves nutrients into your cells, and wastes out of your cells. It also is responsible for making nerves, muscles, the heart, and the brain work as intended. Key amongst them are Sodium, calcium, potassium, chloride, phosphate, and magnesium. The foods, the fluids we eat daily are rich sources of electrolytes. Health issues start with an imbalance in the levels of electrolyte levels, where they become too low or too high, possibly due to changes in the amount of water in the body. The body should replace the water it loses, and if something causes imbalance, it can result in dehydration or overhydration. In other cases, these imbalances are caused by ingesting medicines, vomiting, diarrhea, sweating, and liver or kidney problems. The common causes for dehydration include exercise, excessive alcohol consumption, diaphoresis, diarrhea, vomiting, intoxication or starvation. Athletes exercising in extreme conditions for three or more hours continuously while not consuming electrolytes risk dehydration. Electrolytes, specifically and critically, are involved in maintaining precise osmotic gradients of electrolytes. These gradients affect and regulate the hydration of the body as well as blood pH. Hydration regulation is critical for nerve and muscle function. Different species have developed various mechanisms that help in maintaining the concentrations of different electrolytes under tight control . Svante Arrhenius first defined solid crystalline salts disassociating into paired charged particles when dissolved in 1884. This lead to further research and development into electrolytes, for which he won the 1903 Nobel Prize in Chemistry.

Dosage and administration

A blood test is conducted to measure electrolytes with ion-selective electrodes or urinalysis by medical technologists. It is available as tablets, sachets, and effervescent tablets. In oral rehydration therapy, the users are given electrolyte drinks, combining sodium and potassium salts to replenish the body's water and electrolyte concentrations after dehydration. You can make a home-made electrolyte drink using water, sugar, and salt in precise proportions. Glucose is critical in this mix as it is utilized in the co-transport mechanism of sodium and glucose. Electrolytes are widely sold and are present in everyday products like fruit juices, sports drinks, milk, nuts, and many fruits and vegetables.

The cost of Electrolytes

In the USA, A supply of 20 tablets costs between USD 5 and USD 8 and the 20 sachets cost between USD 8 and USD 24. However, it is much cheaper in the developing world. In India, the branded, flavored supply of 0.55 lbs costs around USD 7.

How do Electrolytes Work?

Electrolytes conduct electricity when mixed with water. Multicellular lifeforms evolve and survive due to this subtle but complex electrolyte balance between the intracellular and extracellular environments. Electrolytes regulate nerve and muscle function, hydrate the body, balance blood acidity and pressure, and repair damaged tissue. The muscles and neurons are also called the “electric tissues” of the body.

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