Calcium gluconate (stabilised) is a product that regulates metabolic processes, replenishes calcium deficiency, has a haemostatic, anti-allergic action and reduces capillary permeability. Calcium ions are involved in nerve impulse transmission, smooth and skeletal muscle contraction, myocardial functioning, blood clotting processes; they are required for bone tissue formation, and normal functioning of other systems and organs.
Administer intravenously or intramuscularly.
Prior to administration, bring the ampoule with the solution to body temperature. Inject the solution slowly, over 2–3 minutes.
For adults and children of 14 years of age and over, administer 5 to 10 ml of Calcium Gluconate-Darnitsa (stabilised) daily or every 1–2 days, depending on the disease course and the patient's condition.
In children intravenously only, administer 10% solution of calcium gluconate at the following doses depending on age: under 6 months — 0.1–1 ml, 6–12 months — 1–1.5 ml, 1–3 years — 1.5 –2 ml, 4–6 years — 2–2.5 ml, 7–14 years — 3–5 ml.
For the administration of less than 1 ml of solution, adjust a single medicine dose to an appropriate volume (syringe volume) with 0.9% sodium chloride solution or 5% glucose solution.
The medicine is not recommended for intramuscular administration in children under the age of 14 due to the possibility of necrosis.