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PEDITRACE CONCENTRATE FOR SOLUTION FOR INFUSION

Active substance(s): COPPER CHLORIDE / MANGANESE CHLORIDE TETRAHYDRATE / POTASSIUM IODIDE / SODIUM FLUORIDE / SODIUM SELENITE ANHYDROUS / ZINC CHLORIDE

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Concentrate for solution for infusion
For intravenous injection after dilution.
10 ml contains:
Active Ingredients: Zinc Chloride 5.21 mg, Copper Chloride
2H20 537 micrograms, Manganese Chloride 4H20 36 micrograms,
Sodium Selenite anhydrous 43.8 micrograms, Sodium Fluoride
1.26 mg, Potassium Iodide 13.1 micrograms.
Other ingredients: Hydrochloric acid q.s, Water for injections
to 10 ml.

1 ml contains:
Active Ingredients: Zinc Chloride 521 micrograms, Copper
Chloride 2H20 53.7 micrograms, Manganese Chloride 4H20 3.60
micrograms, Sodium Selenite anhydrous 4.38 micrograms,
Sodium Fluoride 126 micrograms, Potassium Iodide 1.31
micrograms.
Inactive Ingredients: Hydrochloric acid q.s, Water for injections
to 1 ml.
Contains approximately 20 micromol/ml chloride. For molar concentrations see vial labels.
For addition to Vaminolact®, Vamin® 14 EF or glucose solution (50-500 mg/ml.)

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Concentrate for solution for infusion

FYV 1981 01-87-16-005D

Peditrace®

Warning: Must not be injected undiluted. Keep out of the reach and sight of children. Do not store above 25 ºC.
Do not freeze. Keep vial in outer carton. Use as directed by the physician.

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Etikett format: 21 x 28 mm
Hörnradie:

2 mm

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Source: Medicines and Healthcare Products Regulatory Agency

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