Reserved for adults.
The recommended daily dosage is 10 ml (1 ampoule) for patients with standard needs.
For patients with moderately increased needs, the daily dose can be up to 20 ml (2 ampoules), by monitoring serum trace element concentrations.
If there is a significant increase in micronutrient requirements (extended burns, polytrauma, severe hypercatabolism), higher doses may be required.
TRAINFU is contraindicated in neonates, infants and children.
TRAINFU is not recommended for adolescents.
Patients with renal and hepatic impairment
For patients with impaired renal and / or hepatic function, doses should be determined on a case-by-case basis. For these patients, lower doses may be needed.
Method of administration
TRAINFU is a concentrated solution of micronutrients, which should only be administered intravenously after dilution in at least 250 ml of a compatible infusion solution, for example:
A glucose solution (at 5% or 10%)
An electrolyte solution (for example: 0.9% sodium chloride, Ringer's solution).
The compatibility should be tested before mixing with other solutions for infusion.
The infusion time of the ready-to-use mixture should not be less than 6 hours and should not be longer than 24 hours.
Administration may be continued for the duration of parenteral nutrition.
For incompatibilities and instructions for use.
Diarrhea can lead to increased bowel intestinal losses. In this case, serum concentrations should be monitored.
Deficiencies in trace elements must be corrected by specific supplementation.