URITEC

COMPOSITION: POTASSIUM CITRATE 1100 MG + CITRIC ACID 334 MG( SUGAR FREE) EACH 5 ML

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Citric acid  + potassium citrate is a potent alkalizing agent, prescribed for the maintenance of alkaline urine for patients with renal calculi including cystine, urate and acidic stones.

Citric acid  + potassium citrate is a good uricosuric agent in gout therapy. Citric acid  + potassium citrate is also prescribed for treatment of renal tubular acidosis.

Precautions

Citric acid  + potassium citrate is contraindicated in patients with azotemia, hyperkalemia, myocardial damage, untreated with Addison’s disease, acute dehydration, adynamia episodica hereditaria, anuria and cramps.

Dilute Citric acid  + potassium citrate adequately with water to reduce GI injury and saline laxative effects.

Other Drug Interactions

Citric acid  + Potassium citrate may interact with non-enteric coated thiazides, other potassium salts, ACE inhibitors, potassium-sparing diuretics and cardiac glycosides.

Dosage

Adults:
Take 15 to 30 ml of diluted Citric acid  + potassium citrate with one glass of water after meals or at bedtime.
Children:
Give 5-15 ml of diluted Citric acid  + potassium citrate with half glass of water after meals or at bedtime.
Food (before/after)
Citric acid  + potassium citrate can be taken before or after food intake.

List of Contraindications

Citric acid  + potassium citrate and Pregnancy

USFDA Pregnancy category of Citric acid monohydrate + potassium citrate is unknown. Consult a physician before taking Citric acid monohydrate + potassium citrate.

Citric acid + potassium citrate and Lactation

Nursing mothers should consult a physician before taking Citric acid  + potassium citrate

Citric acid  + potassium citrate and Children

Citric acid monohydrate + potassium citrate should not be given to children unless prescribed by a pediatrician

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