II. Indications

III. Oral Preparations for Renal Tubular Acidosis

  1. Potassium Citrate (Polycitra)
    1. Concentration: 500 mg per 5 ml
    2. Base Concentration: 2 meq per 1 ml
  2. Oral Sodium Bicarbonate (325 mg and 650 mg tablets)
    1. Base Concentration: 4 meq per 325 mg tablet
  3. Citric Acid (Shohl Solution)
    1. Concentration: 140 grams per 1000 ml
    2. Base concentration: 1 meq per 1 ml

IV. Oral Dosing in Renal Tubular Acidosis

  1. Distal RTA (low dose): 1-2 meq/kg/day
  2. Proximal RTA (high dose): 10-15 meq/kg/day

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Ontology: Citric Acid / sodium citrate (C0304465)

Concepts Pharmacologic Substance (T121) , Organic Chemical (T109)
SnomedCT 24772003
English CITRIC ACID/SODIUM CITRATE, Citric Acid-Sodium Citrate, citric acid-sodium citrate, sodium citrate + citric acid (medication), sodium citrate + citric acid, Citric Acid / sodium citrate, acid citrate citric sodium, shohl's solution, sodium citrate citric acid, Shohl's solution, Sodium citrate and citric acid, Sodium citrate and citric acid (substance)
Spanish citrato de sodio y ácido cítrico (sustancia), citrato de sodio y ácido cítrico, solución de Shohl

Ontology: Polycitra (C0722698)

Concepts Pharmacologic Substance (T121) , Organic Chemical (T109)
English Polycitra, polycitra