Enfamil Enfalyte Pediatric Oral Electrolyte Solution | Mead Johnson #145803

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Enfamil® Enfalyte®
Pediatric Oral Electrolyte Solution 

Enfamil Enfalyte Pediatric Oral Electrolyte Solution 6 oz. Bottle from PRO2 Medical Supply is designed to be fed to infants and children for the maintenance of water and electrolytes that might otherwise be lost during vomiting and diarrhea.

Fruit-flavored, oral electrolyte maintenance solution.

 

Pediatric Oral Electrolyte Solution Features

  • Enfamil Enfalyte is designed to be fed to infants and children for the maintenance of water and electrolytes that might otherwise be lost during vomiting and diarrhea
  • Ready to use; no mixing or dilution required
  • Balanced levels of electrolytes not found in soft drinks and juices
  • Carbohydrate from corn syrup solids to help replace the electrolytes and water one might lose from vomiting and diarrhea
  • Made with natural fruit flavor
  • Balanced levels of electrolytes not found in soft drinks and juices
  • Low osmolality (160 mOsm/kg water)
  • Suitable for someone with lactose intolerance

 

Manufacturer # 145803
Brand Pediatric
Manufacturer Mead Johnson
Application Pediatric Oral Electrolyte Solution
Calories per Serving 22 Calories
Container Size 6 oz.
Container Type Bottle
Flavor Fruit
Preparation Ready to Use
UNSPSC Code 42231802
User Infant / Children

 

Enfamil Enfalyte may be fed to infants from a bottle with nipple or a spoon, and to children and adults from a cup, spoon or straw. The calculated fluid deficient should be given in the first 2–4 hours. Ongoing losses should be replaced as they occur.

The baby's health depends on carefully following these directions.

The bottles are not made with natural rubber latex.

Examine the bottle for signs of damage. For home use, discuss with parents the need to boil nipple assembly in water.

Remove cap and attach nipple unit (not included), or pour into clean feeding cup.

After opening, feed immediately, or cover and refrigerate Enfamil Enfalyte and feed within 48 hours. Throw away remaining Enfamil Enfalyte in feeding bottle or cup within 1 hour after feeding begins. Store unopened bottles at room temperature. Avoid excessive heat. Do not freeze.

CAUTION

Use product by date on container.

Urgent needs due to severe fluid imbalances must be met parenterally.

Discontinue Enfamil® Enfalyte® when diarrhea has ceased.

Warning: Do not use a microwave oven to warm product. Serious burns may result.

Warning: Do not mix with infant formula, milk, fruit juices or other electrolyte containing liquids.

Not for parenteral (I.V.) use.

Enfamil Enfalyte is not nutritionally complete. Additional breast milk, formula and/or food should be given as directed by the physician. The AAP endorses the Centers of Disease Control and Prevention's report that children and nursing infants who have diarrhea and who are not dehydrated should continue to be fed age–appropriate diets. Children who require rehydration should be fed age–appropriate diets as soon as they have been rehydrated.

Enfamil Enfalyte should not be used in the presence of severe, persistent diarrhea, intractable vomiting, adynamic ileus, intestinal obstruction or perforated bowel.

 

 

 

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