Hydroxocobalamin 1,000 mcg/mL Intramuscular for IM and IV use 30mL Conquer Pharma

$76.00

Hydroxocobalamin 1000 mcg/mL mcg 30 mL Conquer Pharma

Ingredients Included in each mL of Conquer Pharma

Hydroxocobalamin

  • Each mL contains 1000 mcg of Hydroxocobalamin

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Product description:

Cobalamins are vitamin B12 which can only be synthesized by microorganisms and can only be sourced from animal product-based diet. Deficiency of cobalamin can cause megaloblastic anaemia which could be related to deficient intake of vitamin B12 or deficient intrinsic factor, among other factors. The type of anaemia, resulting from lack of intrinsic factor is referred to as pernicious anaemia.

Ingredients:
Each 1 mL contains 1,000 mcg of Hydroxocobalamin

Benefits:

As an antidote for cyanide poisoning, hydroxocobalamin has shown many benefits over alternative antidotes. It has a very rapid response, its by-products are non-toxic and can be easily eliminated from the body, it can be used safely even with non-poisoned patients and it does not affect oxygen carrying capability of blood. It has a long history of being used as an anti-dote safely against cyanide poisoning. The only limitation is that it needs to be administered intravenously for a significant period of time and might need a hospital setting.

Cobalamins are vitamin B12 which can only be synthesized by microorganisms and can only be sourced from animal product-based diet. Deficiency of cobalamin can cause megaloblastic anaemia which could be related to deficient intake of vitamin B12 or deficient intrinsic factor, among other factors. The type of anaemia, resulting from lack of intrinsic factor is referred to as pernicious anaemia.

Dosage and route of administration:
Dose: What the doctor recommends. Intramuscular and Intravenous route of administration.

Storage:
Store between 68°F and 77°F, keep in a cool and dry place away from heat, humidity and light.

Contraindications/ Precautions:
Keep out of reach of children. Discard after expiration date. The administration of this medicine is responsibility of who recommends it and who uses it.