I want an amount per day or period of hours. I have an adult that is suffering nausea during the chemo treatment and pedialyte is helping. We are worried about taking too much an affecting her electrolytes adversely.
What is the limit to the amount of pedialyte that an adult can have per a specified period of time?
Question posted by mcchome0516 on 18 Feb 2013
Last updated on 19 February 2013 by suzanne66
Toddlers, children, and adults should generally take 100 mL to 150 mL per kilogram of body weight (45 mL to 70 mL per pound) each day.
Talk to your doctor if you are giving her more than this.
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