Oral Rehydration Salt (ORS) is an excellent drug recommended by the World Health Organization for the treatment of acute diarrhea dehydration. The prescription is reasonable, convenient and efficient, and its dehydration correction speed is better than intravenous drip. Although the drug is an oral preparation, the standardized preparation method should be emphasized to ensure accurate content to ensure the efficacy.
Oral rehydration salts contain sodium chloride, potassium chloride, sodium bicarbonate (or sodium citrate) and glucose. In addition to the function of replenishing water, sodium and potassium, it also has a therapeutic effect on acute diarrhea. This product contains glucose, and the intestinal mucosa can absorb a certain amount of sodium ions while absorbing glucose, thus increasing the intestinal mucosa’s absorption of intestinal fluid.
Post time: Nov-15-2022