ZINC ORIGIN SYRUP – Patient Information Leaflet

composition: Zinc sulfate heptahydrate 439.65 mg equivalent to 10mg / 5ml. Therapeutic indications: Zinc sulfate is a source of zinc which is an essential trace element and involved in a number of body enzyme systems. For more information- Click Here to read Zinc Origin syrup – Patient Information Leaflet.

Indications

For the treatment of zinc deficiency. For more information- Click Here to read Zinc Origin syrup – Patient Information Leaflet.

Posology and method of administration 

  • Infants under 6 months: 10 mg elemental zinc (5 ml) daily. 
  • Children above 6 month : 20 mg elemental zinc (10 ml) daily. 

For zinc deficiency and other indication

Pregnancy and lactation

The safety of this product in human pregnancy has not been established. Zinc crosses the placenta and is present in breast milk. For more information- Click Here to read Zinc Origin syrup – Patient Information Leaflet.

Effects on ability to drive and use machines

Zinc origin is not expected to affect ability to drive and use machines. For more information- Click Here to read Zinc Origin syrup – Patient Information Leaflet.

Undesirable effects

Zinc salts may cause abdominal pain, dyspepsia, nausea, vomiting, diarrhoea, gastric irritation and gastritis. There have also been cases of irritability, headache and lethargy observed. For more information- Click Here to read Zinc Origin syrup – Patient Information Leaflet.

Overdose

Zinc sulfate is corrosive in overdosage. Symptoms are corrosion and inflammation of the mucous membrane of the mouth and stomach; ulceration of the stomach followed by perforation may occur. Gastric lavage and emesis should be avoided. Demulcents such as milk should be given. Chelating agents such as sodium calcium edetate may be useful. For more information- Click Here to read Zinc Origin syrup – Patient Information Leaflet.

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Pharmacokinetic properties

Zinc is absorbed from the gastrointestinal tract and distributed throughout the body. The highest concentrations occur in hair, eyes, male reproductive organs and bone. Lower levels are present in liver, kidney and muscle. In blood 80% is found in erythrocytes. Plasma zinc levels range from 70 to 110pg/dL and about 50% of this is loosely bound to albumin. About 7% is amino-acid bound and the rest is tightly bound to alpha 2-macroglobulins and other proteins. For more information- Click Here to read Zinc Origin syrup – Patient Information Leaflet.

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Zinc Origin – Patient Information Leaflet

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