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Vitamin C deficiency

Pascorbin

Therapy or prevention of clinical vitamin C deficiencies which cannot be corrected nutritionally.

Dosage

5 ml ampoule:
Slowly inject 5 ml a day intravenously, up to 50 ml injection solution in addition to the infusion.

50 ml injection bottle:
For peripheral-venous short infusion dilute 50 ml PASCORBIN with 100 ml of isotonic saline solution and slowly infuse.

Vitamin C substitution for parenteral nutrition:
To prevent vitamin C deficiency during extended parenteral nutrition,

  • adults are given 100 to 500 mg of ascorbic acid a day
    (equal to 0.7 ml to 3.3 ml PASCORBIN intravenously.
  • Children 5 to 7 mg of ascorbic acid/kg KG a day intravenously.

Methemoglobinemia in infancy:
500 to 1000 mg of ascorbic acid
(equal to 3.3 ml to 6.6 ml of PASCORBIN is injected on one occasion intravenously.
If necessary, repeat the administration at the same dosage.

A dose of 100 mg/kg KG a day should not be exceeded.

Do not self-medicate with injections. The injection therapy should be administered by a doctor or an alternative practitioner.

No age limit (dosage restriction for children), lactose-free


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Vitamin C (Ascorbinsäure)

1 ml of injection solution contains 150 mg of ascorbic acid.

1 ampoule contains 5 ml:

Active substance
Ascorbic acid 750 mg

Other constituents: Sodium hydrogen carbonate, water for injection purposes.

1 injection bottle with 50 ml of injection solution contains:

Active substance
Ascorbic acid 7.5 g

Other constituents: Sodium hydrogen carbonate, water for injection purposes.

Pascorbin®
Active substance: Ascorbic acid 150 mg per ml injection solution
Indications: for therapy of clinical vitamin C deficiencies which cannot be corrected nutritionally or substituted orally. Methemoglobinemia in infancy. Contains sodium hydrogen carbonate.
For risks and side effects read the package insert and ask your doctor or pharmacist.
Pascoe pharmazeutische Präparate GmbH, D-35383 Giessen, info@pascoe.de, www.pascoe.de