sodium phosphate

Important: The information below refers to medicines available in the United States that contain sodium phosphate.

Medications containing sodium phosphate:

sodium phosphate systemic

Drug class(es): laxatives, minerals and electrolytes

Multi-ingredient medications containing sodium phosphate:

bisacodyl/sodium biphosphate/sodium phosphate systemic

Brand names: Fleet Prep Kit 1, Fleet Prep Kit 2, Fleet Prep Kit 3
Drug class(es): laxatives

potassium phosphate/sodium phosphate systemic

Brand names: Neutra-Phos, K-Phos Neutral, Phospha 250 Neutral, PHOS-NaK
Drug class(es): minerals and electrolytes
Potassium phosphate/sodium phosphate systemic is used in the treatment of:

sodium biphosphate/sodium phosphate systemic

Brand names: Fleet Enema, OsmoPrep, Fleet Phospho Soda, Visicol
Drug class(es): laxatives
Sodium biphosphate/sodium phosphate systemic is used in the treatment of:

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