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Jocare C Capsule 15

Jocare C Capsule 15


    • Rs. 170.00

    Uses :

    Calcium citrate malate Calcium citrate malate is used to treat low blood calcium levels in the patients who do not get adequate calcium from their diet. It is also used in the treatment of osteoporosis (bone loss), osteomalacia (weak bones), rickets, hypoparathyroidism. It is also prescribed for the women who are pregnant, nursing, and postmenopausal. Vitamin D3 Vitamin D3 (also called calcitriol) is used to treat hyperparathyroidism (increased production of the hormones). In the patients with chronic kidney failure, calcitriol helps to treat metabolic bone disease and calcium deficiency. It is given during the treatment of rickets disease in children (a bone deformation disorder) which occurs due to vitamin D deficiency. Zinc Zinc is an essential mineral that is available as a dietary supplement. Zinc helps in bone mineralization and maintaining bone matrix. It also improves the immune system, aids in wound healing and cell division, and metabolism of carbohydrates, proteins, and fats. Vitamin K2-7 Vitamin K2-7 is used to maintain soft tissues, bones, and heart tissues. It is very useful during pregnancy and delivery.

    Mode of drug action

    Calcium citrate malate Calcium citrate malate plays a key role in the body. It is a water soluble calcium supplement. It is the combination of calcium salt with citric acid and malic acid. It has high bioavailability and dissolution. When absorbed by the body it releases calcium ions and calcium citrate complex. Calcium ions are directly absorbed into the intestinal cells, and citrate complex enters through paracellular absorption. Vitamin D3 Vitamin D3 is a steroid hormone which binds to the vitamin D receptors and helps in the absorption of calcium. Zinc Zinc supplies enough zinc required for the normal growth and functioning of the body. Vitamin K2-7 Vitamin K2-7 is required for coagulation. This vitamin plays a vital role as cofactor for the enzyme γ-glutamyl carboxylase. It is involved in the vitamin K dependent carboxylation. Carboxylation of vitamin K-dependant proteins facilitates coagulation of blood.

    What are the common side effects?

    Calcium citrate malate The rare side effects of calcium citrate malate are constipation, stomach upset, loss of appetite, weight loss, and increased thirst. Vitamin D3 The common side effects of Vitamin D3 are fatigue, weakness, sleepiness, headache, dry mouth, metallic taste, nausea, vomiting, loss of appetite, etc. However, these side effects do not occur at the normal doses and are seen in only a few patients. Zinc The common side effects of zinc are vomiting, nausea, diarrhea, abdominal pain, and metallic taste in the mouth. Vitamin K2-7 The commonly reported side effects of vitamin K2-7 are cyanosis, shortness of breath, flushing, increased bilirubinin blood, hypotension, itching, skin erosion, and skin eruptions.


    Pregnancy: Safe under medical guidance Breast feeding: Safe under medical guidance Alcohol: Unsafe Kidney dysfunction: Caution required Liver dysfunction: Caution required

    Special precautions for safe use

    • Do not take Identi Osteosolve tablets if an allergic reaction has been experienced to any of its ingredients in the past.

    • Identi Osteosolve should not be used by the patients with extremely high levels of calcium or vitamin D (e.g. parathyroid gland disorders and sarcoidosis).

    • Before taking any other drugs along with Identi Osteosolve, inform a doctor.

    • Identi Osteosolve should be taken with caution by people having conditions such as achlorhydria (low stomach acid), hypo or hyperphosphatemia (low or high phosphate levels), hypothyroidism, and poor kidney function.

    • Pregnant and breast feeding women should consult the doctor before taking Identi Osteosolve tablet.

    • Do not smoke while taking Identi Osteosolve medicine, because it can reduce the absorption of the drug.

    • Take Identi Osteosolve dosage as prescribed by the doctor. Exceeding the dose can lead to unwanted effects of the drug.

    What else should I know?

    1. I experienced increase in urination while taking Calcium citrate malate tablet. What should I do now? Increased urination is a common side effect of Calcium citrate malate. Seek medical advice if the condition worsens.

    2. What if I overdose? Patients with an overdose of Calcium citrate malate may have symptoms of allergic reactions such as itching, swelling, dizziness, and trouble breathing.

    3. What are the drugs I should avoid while using Calcium citrate malate? Avoid drugs such as digoxin or phosphate binders while taking Calcium citrate malate.

    4. I am on Quinolone antibiotics. Can I take Calcium citrate malate along with it? No, Quinolone antibiotics may decrease the absorption of calcium citrate malate.

    5. In which conditions I should avoid Calcium citrate malate? You should not take Calcium citrate malate in the conditions such as high calcium levels in the body, malabsorption syndrome, kidney stones, and gallstones. Vitamin D3

    1. Can I take antacids while using vitamin D3? Calcitriol or vitamin D3 can interfere with the absorption of some antacids. Therefore, take only those antacids which are prescribed by your doctor.

    2. What is the dose of calcitriol for adults in the treatment of hyperparathyroidism ? The usual initial dose of calcitriol for adults in the treatment of hyperparathyroidism is 0.25 mcg per day, taken orally. This may be later increased to 0.5 mcg later if required.

    3. What happens if I forget to take a dose of calcitriol? It is not very harmful and you need not worry. Take the next dose at its scheduled time leaving the missed dose if it is too late.

    4. What happens with an overdose of calcitriol? An overdose of calcitriol can lead to some serious side effects such as behavioral changes and needs immediate medical help.

    5. How to store calcitriol tablets? Store them in the original package, away from heat, light, moisture and children. Zinc

    1. Is zinc an over-the-counter medication? Yes. Zinc is used as an ingredient in many over-the-counter vitamins and nutrient supplements.

    2. What is the recommended dietary intake of zinc? The recommended dietary intake of zinc is 4 to 7 mg per day for women and

    5.5 to 9.5 mg per day for men.

    3. What are the dietary sources of zinc? Milk, eggs, cheese, nuts, pulses, and wholegrain cereals are the dietary sources of zinc.

    4. What are the safety precautions for taking a zinc supplement? Take the medication as prescribed by your doctor. Usually, it is considered safe in recommended doses even in infants, children, pregnant and lactating women.

    5. Can I take antibiotics while using zinc supplement? Antibiotics may interact with zinc. So, you should take a doctor’s advice before taking antibiotics along with zinc supplements.

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