Tsernevit – is a balanced mixture of water-soluble and fat-soluble vitamins, which provides a complete supply of vitamins the body during parenteral nutrition

Indications for use :
Supplement for parenteral nutrition provironĀ for adults and children over 11 years.

Contraindications :

  • Hypersensitivity to the drug, especially vitamin B 1
  • Children up to age 11 years
  • concomitant use of levodopa

Dosage and administration :
The drug is intended for intravenous administration. Dosage : The recommended dose – 5 ml (1 bottle) on the day of receipt Method : Using a syringe, introduce 5 ml of water for injection or 5% dextrose (glucose) solution or a 0.9% solution . sodium chloride into the vial gently stirred until complete dissolution of the powder (the solution was a yellow-orange color). The resulting solution was slowly administered intravenously. The frequency of application and duration of therapy: the use of the drug can continue throughout the period of parenteral nutrition. duration of assignment by doctor recommendations.


Side effects:
In rare cases, some patients may increase performance proviron by intravenous bolus.
Because the drug contains , may develop anaphylactic reactions in patients with allergy of delayed type. Please consult a doctor immediately, if the use of the drug you noted any side effects not listed above.

Interaction with other drugs :
Due to the presence in the pyridoxine treatment , the combined use with levodopa is contraindicated.
Because of the presence in the folic acid drug, caution should be exercised when used together with antiepileptic drugs containing phenobarbital, phenytoin and primidone: to clinical observation and, if possible, control of blood plasma, a correction mode dosing antiepileptic drug during and after the cessation of the use of folic acid.
It is necessary to check the compatibility of the preparation with other solutions for infusion, especially if Tsernevit added to binary parenteral mixtures containing glucose, electrolytes provironĀ and amino acid solutions or mixtures containing glucose, electrolytes, amino acids and lipids solutions. Please tell your doctor or pharmacist what medicines you’ve used before, even if they were appointed without a prescription.