Aquasol (Vitamin E)


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Vitamin E


Action And Clinical Pharmacology: Vitamin E is a fat soluble vitamin which is present in many foods and exists in a variety of forms. It is considered an essential element of human nutrition, with many of its actions related to its antioxidant properties.

Indications And Clinical Uses: A nutritional supplement for the treatment of vitamin E deficiency.

Vitamin E deficiency states are rare, but have been noted in premature and some full-term infants and in patients with impaired fat absorption.

Precautions: Vitamin E may increase the hypoprothrombinemic response to oral anticoagulants, and can intensify an existing coagulation defect produced by vitamin K deficiency that is the result of either malabsorption or anticoagulant therapy. Doses in excess of recommended daily nutrient intakes should be avoided in patients on oral anticoagulants. Vitamin K status should be monitored in cases of malabsorption.

Adverse Reactions: Diarrhea and intestinal cramps have been reported with daily doses of 3 200 IU of vitamin E.

Dosage: Standard oral doses are variable and empirical.

Availability And Storage: Capsules: Each clear, oblong shaped, yellowish green, soft gel capsule contains: water-solubilized natural vitamin E (as d-alpha tocopheryl acetate) 100 IU. Nonmedicinal ingredients: D&C Yellow #10, FD&C Blue #1, FD&C Yellow #6, gelatin, glycerin, methylparaben, polysorbate, propylparaben and water. Tartrazine-free. Bottles of 100.

Drops: Water solubilized vitamin E (as dl-alpha tocopheryl acetate) 50 IU/mL. Caramel odor, clear yellow color. Nonmedicinal ingredients: anise oil, flavor, polysorbate, propylene glycol and water. Tartrazine-free. Dropper bottles of 25 mL.

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