the package insert of the medicine Salt fruit Eno. Therapeutic class of Antacids. Active principles Citric Acid, Baking soda and Carbonate of Sodium.
salt fruit Eno, is indicated for the relief of heartburn, poor digestion and other disorders in the stomach, such as excess stomach acid and acid indigestion.
Use adult and children above 12 years – oral Use
When should I not use?
You should not take Salt Fruit Eno if you have history of allergy to any components of the formula, if you have high blood pressure, liver problems, heart or kidney, or if you follow a diet restricted in sodium.
How it works?
The components of the Salt of Fruit Eno, when dissolved in water, they react among themselves, producing a salt effect anti-acid, able to start the reduction of the acidity of the stomach in 6 seconds.
How to use?
When the symptoms occur, you should dissolve 5 g (contents of 1 envelope or 1 teaspoon) of Salt Fruit Eno in a small glass of water (200 ml), expect to complete the ferment and drink at once, and may repeat the use of after 2 hours, if necessary.
What are the evils that can cause me?
This medicine may cause belching, intestinal gas, tummy bloated abdominal distention and diarrhea.
Warnings and Precautions
what should I know before using?
You should not take more than the dose maximum recommended daily 2 envelopes or 2 teaspoons of this medicine every 24 hours and you should not use this medicine for more than 14 days in a row.
If symptoms persist or worsen, see your doctor.
it Is important to pay attention to the sodium content this medicine, which is equivalent to 0.85 g each 5 g of effervescent powder.
This drug reduces the acidity of the stomach and can interfere with the absorption of other medicines, which must be taken in different time.
Eno in pregnancy and lactation: if you are pregnant or nursing, consult your physician before using this medicine.
This medicine should not be used by pregnant women without medical or dental surgeon.
Tell your doctor or dentist if you are taking any other medicine.
The ability of neutralizing the acid of the Salt of Fruit Eno can change the profile of absorption of some medicine that suffer influence of the pH.
In general, it is prudent to avoid concomitant administration of antacids and drugs intended for systemic absorption.
most interactions can be avoided if antacids are taken 2 hours before or after intake of other medicines.
what to do if someone use a larger amount than is recommended?
The overdose can cause eructation (belching), and gastrointestinal disorders.
The high overdose can lead to an overload of sodium and to the alcalose metabolic, that
can cause agitation, weakness, thirst, reduced salivation, dizziness, headache, and a risk of hypotension and tachycardia.
The ingestion of effervescent powder pure can cause gastric irritation, gas release and risk
perforation of the stomach.
treatment consists of supportive measures, symptomatic and general.
In the case of use of large amount of this medicine, look for fast medical help and take the packaging or package insert for the drug, if possible.
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