What is Replavite drug used for?
This medication is used to replace B and C vitamins and folic acid that may be removed from the body during dialysis treatments. It contains the right amount of vitamins B and C, and folic acid to meet the needs of dialysis patients. B vitamins help the bone marrow make red blood cells and prevent anemia.
What vitamins are in Replavite?
This medication is a vitamin supplement designed for people with kidney disease. It contains water-soluble vitamins: vitamin C and B vitamins including folic acid. How it works: This medication provides the water-soluble vitamins that may be lost during dialysis or deficient in your diet.
When should I take Replavite?
Vitamin supplement (Replavite™) is used to replace vitamins B12, C and folic acid that are removed during dialysis. It is important to take this vitamin after you dialyze.
What does folic acid do for kidneys?
Folic acid supplementation reduced odds of chronic kidney disease progression in patients with CKD. “Our study demonstrates that baseline B12 levels significantly modify the relation of folic acid treatment to CKD progression in hypertensive patients with mild to moderate CKD,” the researchers wrote.
Can folic acid hurt your kidneys?
A daily dose of folic acid may slow the decline of renal function in people with chronic kidney disease (CKD) who live in areas without folic acid fortification, the authors of a new study report.
What vitamins help kidneys?
Special renal vitamins are usually prescribed to kidney patients to provide the extra water soluble vitamins needed. Renal vitamins contain vitamins B1, B2, B6, B12, folic acid, niacin, pantothenic acid, biotin and a small dose of vitamin C.
What are side effects of perindopril?
Side effects of perindopril
- Dry, tickly cough that does not get better. Cough medicines do not usually help for coughs caused by perindopril.
- Feeling dizzy or lightheaded, especially when you stand up or sit up quickly.
- Being sick.
- Mild skin rash.
- Blurred vision.
- Muscle cramps.