Speedlyte™ for Pediatric and Hypotonic Dehydration
Specially designed to treat and prevent dehydration in children
Children under 12 years old, and particularly under five years old, are more susceptible to dehydration. Children are at greater risk than an adult of life-threatening dehydration since water constitutes a greater proportion of their body weight (up to 80%). Young children use more water during the course of the day given their higher metabolic rates, and their kidneys are less able to conserve water compared to adults. Children experience between two and three episodes a year of vomiting, diarrhea or sun heat. Thus, and not surprisingly, 10% of pediatric hospitalizations are due to dehydration.
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|Code name||Therapeutic area||Indication||Stage|
|FR-1002||Pediatric and Gastroenterologist||Intestinal Flora||1|
|FR-2004||Gastroenterologist||Antacid &Pain Relief Medicine||1|
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