Gaviscon Double Action Heartburn & Indigestion Mint Flavour Sachets 24x10ml, 4 Hour Soothing Digestive Relief, Oral Suspension
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As a second line of protection, sodium bicarbonate and calcium carbonate act as antacids, countering the problematic acid in the process. The protective barrier lasts for up to 4 hours. In short? You get fast relief from those unpleasant sensations that both heartburn and indigestion sufferers know so well.
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Common brands: Gaviscon, Gaviscon Advance, Gaviscon Infant Why is it important for my child to take Gaviscon? We use medicines to make our children better, but sometimes they have other effects that we don’t want (side-effects).Pharmacotherapeutic classification: A02BX, other drugs for peptic ulcer and gastro-oesophageal reflux disease.
Gaviscon Double Action Liquid Sachets - Summary of Product
Not to be used when treating infants with known or suspected impairment of renal function as the sodium content (approximately 23.9 mg or 1.04 mmol per dose) may add to the risk of hypernatraemia. If you forget doses often, it may help to set an alarm to remind you. You could also ask your pharmacist for advice on other ways to help you remember to take your medicine. What if I take too much?Significant or sustained changes in bowel habit or stool consistency e.g. diarrhoea or constipation, should be investigated. Only give this medicine to your child. Never give it to anyone else, even if their condition appears to be the same, as this could do harm. This medicinal product contains 127.88 mg sodium per 1 sachet (10ml) dose, equivalent to 6.4% of the WHO recommended maximum daily intake for sodium.
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Each 2 sachets (20 ml) dose contains 260 mg (6.5 mmol) of calcium. Care needs to be taken in treating patients with hypercalcaemia, nephrocalcinosis and recurrent calcium containing renal calculi. The maximum daily dose of this product is equivalent to 51.15% of the WHO recommended maximum daily intake for sodium.Some PBS medications are restricted and require prior approval from Medicare before a doctor is able to prescribe them on the PBS. This prior approval to prescribe grants the doctor the Authority to prescribe the desired medicine and have it funded under the PBS.