JoinHub Pharma is a WHO-GMP & EU-GMP certified DNS Infusions manufacturer, supplier & exporter based in India. JoinHub Pharma’s DNS Infusions are GMP certified and are manufactured in our manufacturing facilities located in India.
We have a WHO-GMP manufacturing pharma factory located in Ahmedabad, Gujarat, India. According to international regulatory guidelines, the EUGMP-approved plant in India is built and also approved by WHO-GMP, EU-GMP, MOH of different countries, and other regulatory agencies.
DNS Infusion is a combination of dextrose and sodium chloride which is used for treating short term fluid replacement as seen in the cases related to trauma. Through this infusion, blood plasma is restored within the patient’s body which was lost during heavy bleeding.
The common side effects as seen after injecting DNS within the patient’s body are given below-
- Pain, swelling and redness at the site of administration of injection
- Hypotension (low blood pressure)
Usually, these signs go away after the individual’s body adjusts to the medication. However, if they persist or if you are concerned about them, consult a healthcare professional.
Indications and Usage:
DNS Infusion is introduced in the patient’s body through injection which is given by a nurse or any healthcare expert in a clinic or hospital setting. Individuals should not self administer this injection. This medication is given intravenously and the dosage is dependent upon the severity of the condition. Patients should follow their course of treatment and complete it as directed by a medical professional.
Although this infusion comes along with no serious side effects, patients should always keep their pharmacist updated with their medical record. Before initiating a treatment through this medication, patients should inform about their condition in terms of having a kidney disease, diabetes, pregnancy, breastfeeding. This will help your doctor in altering your course and treating you accordingly keeping in mind all possible medication interactions.
Administration and Dosage:
The correct dosage of this medication is given keeping in mind the patient’s weight, medical history, gender as well as age. As every patient and their severity of condition is different, the route of administration is prescribed accordingly.
All pharmaceuticals are at the risk of interacting with other drugs. When DNS Infusions are introduced along with other medication, the patient’s central venous pressure, hypersensitivity, and signs of bleeding should be monitored post-injection.
If any individual is overdose from this medication, they may show signs such as fluid overload, pulmonary edema, increased bleeding time and decreased platelet function. Patients are usually treated through the means of blood products that help in clotting purposes however, in a serious condition contact your emergency department immediately.
Some of the possible adverse conditions after taking this infusion are listed down below-
- Inflammation at the site of injection
- Thrombophlebitis at the site of administration of injection
Visit your nearest hospital if the situation worsens over the period of time.