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For prevention or treatment of vitamin A deficiency states, causing keratomalacia, xerophthalmia and nyctalopia (night blindness). This may occur as a result of inadequate nutrition or intestinal malabsorption.
Adult: Deficiency: IM, Intravenous infusion, as a part of total parenteral nutrition solution, the specific amount determined by individual patient need. - IM: 15,000 to 30,000 RE (50,000 - 100,000 units) a day for three days, followed by 15,000 RE (50,000 units) a day for two weeks. Child: Deficiency: Infants less than 1year: IM: 1500 - 3000 RE (500 - 10,000 units) a day for ten days; In severe deficiency: IM: 2250 to 4500 RE (7500 to 15,000 units) a day for ten days. Children 1 - 8 years of age: IM: 1500 - 4500 RE (5000 - 15,000 units) a day for ten days; In severe deficiency: IM: 5250 to 10,500 RE (17,500 - 35,000 units) a day for ten days.
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TENDER FOR THE PROVISION OF MEDICAL EQUIPMENT AND FURNITURE FOR THE URGENT AND EMERGENCY CARE PROJECT AT THE PRINCESS MARGARET HOSPITAL OF THE PUBLIC HOSPITALS AUTHORITY
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