Oral rehydration salt therapy utilizes glucose and electrolyte 
 solution to prevent dehydration.
- The utilization of sodium-glucose co-transport in small 
 intestine is the core phenomena of this therapy. Glucose 
 also plays a important role provoding necessary calories, 
 at the same time along with the administered electrolytes,  
 enhances the transport of water across the intestinal 
 barrier through osmosis.

 Each sachet contains :-
- sodium chloride                          1.95  gm.
- potassium chloride                    1.125  gm.
- Trisodium citrate dihydrate      2.175  gm.
- Glucose anhydrous                 10.125  gm.

 ORS is contraindicated in patients with paralytic ileus, 
 renal failure, vomiting due to intestinal obstructions or 
 bowel perforation. 

 Vomiting, overhydration and hypernatraemia.

 Severe dehydration requires parenteral fluid therapy.  
 Caution to be exercised in patients with impaired renal 

- Box containing 20 sachets.

- Sachets: Store below 30 °C. Protected from light and 
- Solution should be stored in refrigerator and used within 
  24 hours.