«Dufalac" often prescribed for diseases of the digestive system of different etiology.The medicine is indicated for use in chronic constipation and the need to soften the stool.Often, the drug used for the prevention or treatment of the symptoms of hemorrhoids consequences of surgical operations carried out on the intestines."Dufalac" may also be used in conditions such as encephalopathy, and coma prekoma liver.The agent can be administered in the intestinal dysbiosis, which is caused by pathogenic bacteria such as Salmonella or Shigella.
to treat constipation medicine is prescribed inside in a dosage of 15-45 ml of 1 times per day during a meal in the morning.The result of treatment is shown in 2 days, after which you must
Children aged 7 to 14 years old can take the medicine in the first two days of 15 ml.As a maintenance dose of 10 ml is assigned to the completion of therapy.Children from 3 to 6 years of age should be given 5-10 ml "Duphalac" a day.Starting and maintenance dose in this case is different, and the reception means can Continually until complete disappearance of symptoms.Children under 3 years have shown the drug at a dose of 5 ml per day.Number of received funds may be reduced after 2 days if it is possible to achieve a positive treatment effect.
For the treatment of hepatic coma "Duphalac" should be taken 30-50 ml 3 times a day.Thereafter, a doctor can be chosen maintenance dose that provides soft stool 2-3 times per day.Treatment of the disease in this case is carried out strictly under the supervision of a specialist.The acidic balance of the stool should be monitored through regular delivery of analyzes in the laboratory.In exceptional cases, "Duphalac" may be appointed through an enema in the ratio of 300 ml of the product to 700 ml of water.
drug is not at high risk of developing rectal bleeding.It is forbidden to take the drug to patients with suspected appendicitis and intestinal obstruction.It is undesirable to conduct reception when galactosemia.Precautions should be prescribed means diabetics.