Medically reviewed on December 28, 2017.
Dosage form: suspension
Ingredients: ACTIVATED CHARCOAL 50g in 240mL
Labeler: VistaPharm, Inc.
NDC Code: 66689-201
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Activated Charcoal, USP 50g
- For emergency use to adsorb swallowed poisons
- until after the patient has vomited, unless directed by a health professional
- in persons that are not fully conscious
- unless directed by a health professional, if turpentine, corrosives, such as alkalies (lye) and strong acids, or petroleum distillates, such as kerosene, gasoline, paint thinner, cleaning fluid or furniture polish, have been ingested
ask a health professional before use.
- Shake vigorously to suspend charcoal before use.
- Remove foil seal underneath cap and replace cap.
- Cut off delivery tip of bottle 3/4 inch from end for drinking.
- Administer entire 240 mL if possible.
- Repeat dose immediately with Insta-Char Aqueous base product if possible.
- If previous attempts to contact a poison control center. emergency medical facility, of health professional were unsuccessful, continue trying.
- Keep patient active and moving.
- Save the container of poison.
|Adult and Children 12 years and over and weighing at least 32 kg (71 lbs.)||50-100g (1-2 adult bottles) or 1-2g per kg of body weight. If a second bottle is recommended, the additional bottle should be Insta-Char in an Aqueous Base unless otherwise directed by a physician.|
citric acid, glycerin, propylene glycol, purified water, sucrose
poison treatment adsorbent suspension
|Labeler - VistaPharm, Inc. (116743084)|
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