URAL EFFERVESCENT GRANULES ABBOTT 4’S
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Indications / Uses
Relief of discomfort in mild UTI; symptomatic relief of dysuria; enhance the action of certain antibiotics especially sulfonamides; urinary alkaliniser in gout to prevent crystallisation of urates & dissolution of uric acid stones.
Dosage / Direction for Use
1-2 sachets qds (equiv to 4-8 g qds).
Should be taken with food: Take w/in 30 min after a meal or bedtime snack. Dissolve in cold water before taking. Ensure adequate fluid intake.
Renal failure or hypernatremia; concurrent hexamine mandelate or hexamine hippurate therapy, urinary alkalinisers, quinolones. Lactation.
Patients on a Na restricted diet. Cardiac failure.
Side Effects / Adverse Reactions
Mild laxative effect. Systemic alkalosis or hypernatraemia (prolonged or excessive use).
Chlorpropamide, lithium, salicylates, tetracyclines; amphetamines, ephedrine/pseudoephedrine; antacids, quinolones, laxatives.
G04BX – Other urologicals ; Used in the treatment of urological problems.