(albumin human, USP)
100 ML albumin human, USP 250 MG/ML Injection [Flexbumin]50 ML albumin human, USP 250 MG/ML Injection [Flexbumin]

Dosage & administration

For intravenous use only.

Hypovolemic ShockInfants and young children: 2.5 to 5 mL per kg body weight.
  Older children and adults: initial dose 100 to 200 mL.
   Repeat after 15 to 30 minutes if the response is not adequate.   
HypoalbuminemiaCalculate the body albumin compartment to be 80 to 100 mL per kg body weight. Do not exceed a daily dose of 2 g of albumin per kg of body weight.
BurnsThe dosage should be determined according to the patient's condition and response to treatment after the first 24 hours.
Hemolytic Disease of the Newborn1 g per kg body weight prior to or during exchange transfusion.12

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How is the dosage of Flexbumin?Flexbumin is available in 2 dosages, including 250 mg/ml Injection 100 ml and 250 mg/ml Injection 50 ml
What does Flexbumin treat?Flexbumin treats Ascites, Bacterial Infections, Burns, Low Cardiac Output, Kidney Diseases, Peritonitis, Newborn Respiratory Distress Syndrome, Respiratory Distress Syndrome, Shock, Hypovolemia and Hypoalbuminemia
What is Flexbumin made of?Flexbumin contains albumin human, USP which is a Human Serum Albumin
How Is Flexbumin Administered?Flexbumin is administered as a Injectable
What Are The Flexbumin Mechanism Of Action?Flexbumin mechanism of action is Osmotic Activity
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