Klean Prep Sachets 4s
Klean Prep is a PHARMACIST-ONLY (Restricted) Medicine in New Zealand and therefore the pharmacist-in-charge needs to be fully satisfied that this product is right for you before being dispatched. So please copy and paste the following FOUR (4) questions with your answers in an email to email@example.com when placing your order.1) Is this for you & Have you had it before?2) Was it recommended by your doctor/specialist for a procedure? 3) Are you on any regular medications or have any health problems? If yes, please advise.4) This medicine is not suitable for children,elderly, pregnant women & people with the following medical conditions: gastro-intestinal obstruction or perforation; gastric retention; colitis; toxic megacolon or ileus;heart failure; debilitated states; impaired gag reflex or possibility of regurgitation or aspiration. DO ANY OF THE ABOVE APPLY TO YOU? If yes, we would need a prescription from the doctor to dispense it.Thank YouActive Ingredient: Macrogol-3350 ( polyethylene glycol-3350 )Indications: bowel cleansing prior to examination or colonic surgical procedures.Contra-indications: gastro-intestinal obstruction or perforation; gastric retention; acute severe colitis; toxic megacolon; ileusCautions: colitis (avoid if acute severe colitis); children; elderly; heart failure; debilitated states; impaired gag reflex or possibility of regurgitation or aspirationPatients with fluid and electrolyte disturbances Renal function should be measured before starting treatment in patients at risk of fluid and electrolyte disturbances; hypovolaemia should be corrected before administration; adequate hydration should be maintained during treatment.Use in diabetics as the liquid diet during the period of administration may affect blood glucose concentrations, adjustment of insulin or oral anti-diabetic medication may be necessary.Note: Other oral drugs should not be taken one hour before or after administration as absorption may be impaired.Breast-feeding: compatibleAdverse effects: nausea, vomiting, abdominal pain (usually transient?reduced by administering more slowly), abdominal distension; less commonly abdominal cramps, headache, dizziness, dehydration, electrolyte disturbances; also reported skin reactions, rhinorrhoeaDose:Bowel cleansing prior to examination or surgical proceduresOral: Adult 250 mL of reconstituted solution every 10?15 minutes, starting on the day before procedure until 4 litres have been consumed or before if bowel motions become watery and clear; alternatively, administration may be divided into two (i.e. 2 litres of reconstituted solution taken on the evening before procedure and 2 litres of reconstituted solution taken on the morning of procedure)Nasogastric: Adult 20?30 mL/min of reconstituted solution. Dissolve sachet in 1 L water.Patient advice:No solid food should be eaten for at least 2 hours prior to commencing dose.Other oral drugs should not be taken one hour before or after administration of bowel cleansing preparations because absorption may be impaired.