Zinc sulfate monohydrate equivalent to Zinc ……….. 10 mg
Excipients q.s to ………………………………………………… 5 ml
Box of 1 bottle x 100 ml.
Supplement, prevent and support treatment zinc deficiency in cases of:
– Children with rickets, malnutrition, growth retardation.
– Pregnant women and nursing mothers.
– People going on a diet or having an unbalanced dietary, patients providing ingestion by intravenous route.
– Acute and chronic diarrhea.
– Digestive disturbances: anorexia, indigestion, mild constipation, nausea and vomiting in pregnancy.
– Recurrent infections of respiratory tract, gastrointestinal tract, skin.
– Dry skin, slow-healing wound (burn, ulcer…).
– Dry eyes, corneal ulcer, night blindness.
-Severe zinc deficiency, characterized by skin and mucosa lesions such as enteritis, dermatitis of head-legs, dystrophia unguium (wrinkles, white spots, slow growth), exophthalmia, perivulvitis, diarrhea.
Warnings and cautions when taking drugs
Below 30ºC, protect from light.
Dosage and Administration
– Children under 10 kg: 5 ml twice daily.
– Children from10 kg to 20 kg: 10 ml x 1-3 times daily.
– Adults and children over 30kg: 20 ml x 1-3 times daily.
Supplementary dosage: Use ½ to 2 tablets daily.
– Treatment dosage: 1-2 tablets/time x 3 times/day depending on the severity of deficiency.
– Zinc syrup should be taken 1 hour before eating or 2 hours after eating to best absorb.But if any symtoms of digestive disorders occur, drugs can be taken with meals to overcome.