Nausea with/without vomiting
Normal saline is a cornerstone of intravenous solutions commonly used in the clinical setting in the management and treatment of dehydration, metabolic alkalosis in the presence of fluid loss, and mild sodium depletion.
Normal saline functions to expand intravascular volume without disturbing ion concentration or causing large fluid shifts between intracellular, intravascular, and interstitial spaces.
B-complex supplementation replaces B vitamins lost.
B12 provides increased energy.
Sleep-inducing anti-nausea promethazine provides effective nausea relief while inducing sedation.
Ondansetron provides quick, anti-nausea relief in as little as 30 minutes.
How we can help
Provide essential electrolytes to maintain prevent adverse events
Provide quick-acting, effective nausea and vomiting relief
Act on pain receptors to reduce pain
Replace fluid balance by replacing lost fluids from poor oral intake and vomiting
What to Know About Dehydration
How Can You Tell If You’re Dehydrated?
General characteristics of patients with electrolyte imbalance admitted to emergency department
Effect of dehydration on gastrointestinal function at rest and during exercise in humans
The relationship between vitamin C status, the gut-liver axis, and metabolic syndrome
Vitamin C Supplementation in Healthy Individuals Leads to Shifts of Bacterial Populations in the Gut-A Pilot Study