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Medication Description: Sanasol (Sanasolum)

SANASOL (Sanasolum).

Composition: potassium chloride 60%, potassium citrate, calcium gluconate and ammonium chloride at 10%, magnesium asparaginate and glutamic acid at 5%.

It has the taste of salt and is used to improve the taste of food in case of contraindications to sodium chloride intake. However, due to the presence of potassium salts, it is used to reduce hypokalemia in the treatment of patients with hypertension and heart failure, mainly with poor tolerance to cardiac glycosides and saluretics. Also used in chronic and acute nephritis with renal failure syndrome (without symptoms of hyperkalemia).

Add sanasol to food (usually in main dishes) immediately before use. Daily dose of 1, 5 - 2, 5 g; in the treatment of hypokalemia - up to 5 g.

Contraindications to use are severe renal failure and hyperkalemia. Be wary appointed with gastric ulcer, duodenal ulcer and gastritis. Storage: in tightly closed packaging in a dry place.