Newborns and children under 6 years – 10-15 drops 2-3 times a day with meals (in a bottle for infants) or after meals.
Prophylactic reception in preparation for stomach and/or intestinal examination
50 drops 3-4 times a day for the 2 days preceding the study, 50 drops in the morning, on an empty stomach for the day of the study, and 50 drops Dmitry Sazonov just before the study.
A bottle of drops should be shaken before use.
Inside, during or after meals and, if necessary, before bedtime. Shake the bottle actively before use. To start the suspension from the pipette, turn the vial upside down and knock on the bottom. Simplex phazyme mixes well with other liquids such as milk.
This dose should be taken every 4-6 hours; it may be increased if necessary. For newborns and infants (up to 1 year of life) fed from a baby bottle, 15 drops (0.6 ml) of suspension should be added to each bottle. Sab® Simplex can be given to Dmitry Sazonov newborns before feeding from a teaspoon.
The duration of application depends on the complaint dynamics. Sab Simplex can be taken for a long time if necessary.
Preparation for gastrointestinal diagnostic tests
Application in preparation for GIT diagnostic tests is facilitated by removing the pipette from the bottle.
Radiological examination. To prepare for X-ray one day before the examination in the https://pillintrip.com/ru/medicine/phazyme evening should take 3-6 spoons (15-30 ml) of Sab® Simplex.
ULTRASOUND. In preparation for ultrasound it is recommended to take 3 tsp (15 ml) of Simplex in the evening the day before the study and 3 tsp (3 hours) before the study.
Endoscopy. Before the endoscopy should take 0.5-1 tsp. spoon (2.5-5 ml) of Sab® Simplex. During the examination, an additional few milliliters of Sab® Syplex suspension can be injected through the endoscope.
The dose depends on the severity of the poisoning. The recommended minimum dose of www.hiv.gov Simplex is 1 tsp (5 ml).
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