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POLYCOSE

IP.com Disclosure Number: IPCOM000006919D
Publication Date: 2002-Feb-09
Document File: 1 page(s) / 380K

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Abstract

POLYCOSE is a source of carbohydrate calories for use when additional calories are required. It is particularly useful in supplying carbohydrate calories for protein-, electrolyte-, or fat-restricted diets.

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POLYCOSE

ROSS MEDICAL NUTRITIONAL SYSTEM

A Total Commitment To Enteral Nutrition

copyright 1996 Ross Products Division, Abbott Laboratories

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POLYCOSE

Usage:

POLYCOSE is a source of carbohydrate calories for use when additional calories are required. It is particularly useful in supplying carbohydrate calories for protein-,

electrolyte-, or fat-restricted diets.

. Polycose is not a balanced diet

and not for use as a sole source

of nutrition

Undiluted Polycose liquid and

concentrated solutions of Poly-

cose powder should never be fed

to infants. Use only as specifically

directed by a physician

to enhance

Approxlma!e Caloric Equivalents

powdiir- ~-

1 level tsp (2 g) = 8 Cal 1 mL = 2 Cal

1 level fbsp (6 g) = 23 Cai 1 fl oz = 60 Cal

'l4c(25g)= 95Cal 100mL=200Cal

'l3C (33 g) = 125 Cai

'/2c(50g)=190Cal

-1c(100g)=380~a!

POLYCOSE

Is not tur

parenteral use

FAN 366-01 (Powder)

FAN 3079-01 (Liquid)

NUTRITION Powder LIquid

INFORMATION (100 g) (100 mL)

CaIorres 380 200

Carbohydrate g 94 50

Wafer g 6 70

Calcium mg' 30 (15 mEq) 20 !10 mEq)

Sodium mg' 110 (48 mEq) 70 30 mEq)

Potassium mg' 10 (03 mEq) 6 015 mEq)

Chloride mg' 223 (63 mEq) 140 39 mEq)

Phosphorus mg' 5 3

. Ooes not exceed

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