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General Information on Iron - III Hydroxide Polymaltose Complex - IPC

Generic Name : Iron - III Hydroxide Polymaltose Complex - IPC

Latest prescription information about Iron - III Hydroxide Polymaltose Complex - IPC. Learn how to pronounce the drug's name, its indications, dosage, how to take, when to take, when not to take, side effects, special precautions, its storage instructions and warnings if any when taken during pregnancy. Also listed are the International and Indian trade name(s) of the drug and its price list.
ICD Code : Y44.0 | Therapeutic Classification : Iron Preparations

Trade Names/Brand Names of Iron - III Hydroxide Polymaltose Complex - IPC

India- Anifol, Balofer, Facer, Eleron, Femed, fered, Feritin, Feritone, Ferium, Ferri, Gilfer, Fezza S (5 ml), Haem up PM, Haem Up DPS, Mumfer, Prefer, Porifer, Ufer, Zenglobin.
International- Anaemex Iron, Chewrol, Comprion, Fegem, Feralice, Feranin Fol, Feranin, Ferimax Im, Ferimax, Ferose, Ferose, Ferran Fol, Ferran, Ferrata, Ferrobest, Ferrosig, Ferrum Fol Hausmann, Ferrum H Injection, Ferrum Hausmann, Ferrum Lek, Ferrum, Haemojet, Hemafer, Hydrofer, Intafer, Maltofer Fol, Maltofer, Maltofer Fol, Mumfer, Noripurum, Orofer, Poliferro, Polyferon, Polyron, Santafer, Solufer, Vegaferon, Veltifer.

Why is Iron - III Hydroxide Polymaltose Complex - IPC Prescribed? (Indications)

This medication is an iron preparation, prescribed for iron deficiency anemia. 

When should Iron - III Hydroxide Polymaltose Complex - IPC not to be taken? (Contraindications)

Hypersensitivity.

What is the dosage of Iron - III Hydroxide Polymaltose Complex - IPC?

Dose is based on patient’s condition.

How should Iron - III Hydroxide Polymaltose Complex - IPC be taken?

It comes as a tablet and liquid to take by mouth either during or immediately after meal. It also available in injection forms.

What are the warnings and precautions for Iron - III Hydroxide Polymaltose Complex - IPC?

• Iron - III Hydroxide Polymaltose Complex may be mixed with vegetable or fruit juice if required.
• Treatment should be continued for minimum 1 or 2 months.
• Further therapy depends upon the degree of iron deficiency.
• Do not stop taking unless otherwise advised by the physician.

What are the side effects of Iron - III Hydroxide Polymaltose Complex - IPC?

Stomach upset, nausea, constipation and diarrhea.

What are the other precautions for Iron - III Hydroxide Polymaltose Complex - IPC?

• Do not take oral and injections forms together
• Oral therapy should be started after 1 week of parenteral therapy to avoid iron poisoning
• Injection into the vein should be done only when intramuscular route is not possible or when no iron stores in the bone marrow
• CPR facilities should be made available while patient is on parenteral therapy

What are the storage conditions for Iron - III Hydroxide Polymaltose Complex - IPC?

Store it at room temperature (25°C), and in an airtight container. Keep away from children.

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alkadlab, Bangladesh

Pls give me the analytical method of Iron - III Hydroxide Polymaltose Complex

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