SolCarb is a soluble form of powdered carbohydrate that can be added to tube feeding formulas, liquids or moist foods.
*Potential renal solute load: 0.07 mOsm/g (PRSL = N/28 + Na + Cl + K = Pa)
Renal solute load (RSL) refers to all solutes of endogenous or dietary origin that require excretion by the kidneys.
*Potential renal solute load (PRSL) refers to solutes of dietary origin that would need to be excreted in the urine if none were diverted into synthesis of new tissue and none were lost through non-renal routes.
Where N is nitrogen, Na is sodium, Cl is chloride, K is potassium and Pa is available phosphorus, and the units are in millimoles (or milliosmoles), except for N, which is total (mmol) based on the assumption that the modal number of N atoms per molecule is 2. Pa is equal to total P except in soy-based diets, in which Pa is about two-thirds of total P.
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When added to a liquid, the approximate osmotic contribution is 1.4 mOsm/g
SolCarb contains Maltodextrin (derived from corn)
1. Refer to the table below to determine the amount of powder needed to meet additional caloric needs as suggested by your healthcare professional.
2. Using a household measure or a gram scale, measure the required amount of powder.
3. Add powder to any liquid, moist food or tube feeding formula.
4. Stir or shake until powder has dissolved. If tube feedings, powder must be fully dissolved or tube blockage may occur.
5. Serve immediately or store in refrigerator for no longer than 24 hours. Shake or stir before serving.
*For accuracy, the use of a gram scale to measure SolCarb powder is required.
Reimbursement code (NDC)*: 52766-0007-01
HCPCS code: B4155
*National Drug Codes (NDC) Format Codes: Some products sold by Medica Nutrition Inc. are classified as Medical Foods by the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA). NDC format codes are product codes adjusted according to standard industry practice to meet the format requirements of pharmacy and health insurance computer systems.
Warning: Use under medical supervision. Not for parenteral use and not to be used as a sole source of nutrition. SolCarb is not a sterile powder. Do not give SolCarb to premature infants or to individuals who might have immune system problems, unless directed by a doctor.
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