Calcium chloride injection - Information, specialists, frequent questions.

Usage of Calcium chloride injection

Indications: Hypocalcaemia or electrolyte imbalance
Contra Indications: Hypercalcaemia, hypercalciurea, renal calculi, chronic renal impairment, heart disease, digitalis toxicity, respiratory acidosis or failure

Adverse and side effects

Parenteral calcium may cause hypotension, drowsiness, flushing, irregular heartbeat, nausea, sweating and tingling sensations

Special precautions

Injections of calcium chloride are extremely irritant, and so dilution is recommended. Only the intravenous route may be employed. Patients treated for hypocalcaemia should be adequately monitored, including serum calcium. It should be given with caution to patients with cardiac disease or sarcoidosis

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