Acesol - solution for infusion
 Acesol - combined salt drug used to restore the water and electrolyte balance during intoxication and dehydration.

Pharmacological action

The active ingredient according to the instructions provided Acesol plazmozameshchath, antishock, detoxification, diuretic, rehydrated and antiplatelet effect. The drug prevents blood clots, prevents the development of metabolic acidosis, improves microcirculation, reduces the hypovolemia and enhances diuresis.

Product form

Acesol drug release in the form of a solution for injection and infusion in 1 liter contains 5 g of potassium chloride and sodium chloride, 2 g of sodium acetate trihydrate and water for injection. 200 and 400 ml vials for blood substitutes (for infusion) and glass bottles (for injection).

Indications Acesol

According to the instructions Acesol used for:

  • Dehydration;
  • Various kinds of intoxication - Foodborne diseases, dysentery, cholera El Tor.

Dosing Acesol

 Acesol - drug used in intoxication and dehydration
 In cases of severe illness Acesol administered intravenously one to three hours, in milder cases, the drug can be administered to drop at a rate of 50-120 drops / min for one to two days. The required volume of saline treatment Acesol selected individually depending on the disease in the quantities needed for the restoration of water and electrolyte balance. For mild hepatic dysfunction Acesol dose adjustment is required.

Before applying the solution for infusion and injection Acesol be heated to body temperature. In the period of treatment is necessary to control the hematocrit and the concentration of electrolyte levels.

side effects

Depending on the type and course of the disease Acesol according to the instructions can cause:

  • Tachycardia;
  • Hyperkalemia;
  • Chills;
  • Edema.

If during treatment developed hyperkalemia, saline solution must be replaced Acesol "Disol" and restore the normal electrolyte balance.

Contraindications Acesol

According to the instructions Acesol is contraindicated in:

  • Chronic renal failure;
  • Alkalosis;
  • Contraindications for the introduction of large amounts of body fluids;
  • Hypersensitivity to one of the components of the solution;
  • Hyperkalemia.

According to the testimony Acesol can be used during pregnancy and lactation.

storage conditions

Acesol - prescription medication with a recommended shelf life of 2 years.