Application Information

This drug has been submitted to the FDA under the reference 004589/004.

Names and composition

"ALCOHOL 5% AND DEXTROSE 5%" is the commercial name of a drug composed of ALCOHOL and DEXTROSE.

Forms

ApplId/ProductId Drug name Active ingredient Form Strenght
004589/004 ALCOHOL 5% AND DEXTROSE 5% ALCOHOL; DEXTROSE INJECTABLE/INJECTION 5ML per 100ML and 5GM per 100ML

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ApplId/ProductId Drug name Active ingredient Form Strenght
004589/004 ALCOHOL 5% AND DEXTROSE 5% ALCOHOL; DEXTROSE INJECTABLE/INJECTION 5ML per 100ML and 5GM per 100ML
004589/006 ALCOHOL 10% AND DEXTROSE 5% ALCOHOL; DEXTROSE INJECTABLE/INJECTION 10ML per 100ML and 5GM per 100ML
083256/001 ALCOHOL 5% IN DEXTROSE 5% IN WATER ALCOHOL; DEXTROSE INJECTABLE/INJECTION 5ML per 100ML and 5GM per 100ML
083263/001 ALCOHOL 5% IN D5-W ALCOHOL; DEXTROSE INJECTABLE/INJECTION 5ML per 100ML and 5GM per 100ML

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Numbness and Dizziness Due to Alcohol?
I'm a 16 years old girl who is in college and I've been drunk so many times.I know It's pretty stupid for an age like me to get drunk but whatever. I've been in and out of the hospital for 4 times already because when I get drunk there's a tendency for me to feel numb and to vomit all the time.... Asked by Julian Fietsam 1 year ago.

I'm a 16 years old girl who is in college and I've been drunk so many times.I know It's pretty stupid for an age like me to get drunk but whatever. I've been in and out of the hospital for 4 times already because when I get drunk there's a tendency for me to feel numb and to vomit all the time. But I always drink and there are much worse cases of me getting wasted and after the day I got drunk I'm alright. But sometimes even when I'm not that drunk symptoms occur. Yesterday we got drunk and the next morning I kept on vomiting all the food, drinks, and everything. Until all I ever vomit was my saliva. And then I got terrible chest pains and my body slowly start to get numb and It's like pins where attacking me. On my hands, feet, legs, stomach, heart, face, and brain. It's terrible and I can't even speak and my hands weren't moving. It's like mild stroke for a whole damn 5 min. Then I got better after getting dextrose but I still felt shaky and my head is all whined up. Plus I was dehydrated. What could this sickness be? And yes I promise myself, my mom and my doctor to never drink again. Answered by Gwenda Codd 1 year ago.

Sounds like general alcohol poisoning to me - it happens when you of course consume too much alcohol. Your symptoms are general but also common for a lot of those who may have taken one too many drinks. Answered by Annita Estrado 1 year ago.


Numbness and Dizziness Due to Alcohol?
I'm a 16 years old girl who is in college and I've been drunk so many times.I know It's pretty stupid for an age like me to get drunk but whatever. I've been in and out of the hospital for 4 times already because when I get drunk there's a tendency for me to feel numb and to vomit all the time.... Asked by Vinita Keltt 1 year ago.

I'm a 16 years old girl who is in college and I've been drunk so many times.I know It's pretty stupid for an age like me to get drunk but whatever. I've been in and out of the hospital for 4 times already because when I get drunk there's a tendency for me to feel numb and to vomit all the time. But I always drink and there are much worse cases of me getting wasted and after the day I got drunk I'm alright. But sometimes even when I'm not that drunk symptoms occur. Yesterday we got drunk and the next morning I kept on vomiting all the food, drinks, and everything. Until all I ever vomit was my saliva. And then I got terrible chest pains and my body slowly start to get numb and It's like pins where attacking me. On my hands, feet, legs, stomach, heart, face, and brain. It's terrible and I can't even speak and my hands weren't moving. It's like mild stroke for a whole damn 5 min. Then I got better after getting dextrose but I still felt shaky and my head is all whined up. Plus I was dehydrated. What could this sickness be? And yes I promise myself, my mom and my doctor to never drink again. Answered by Lyn Spinner 1 year ago.

While we know that the many features of morning sickness may present differently in many women it's easy to tell which ones are and aren't indicitive of pregnancy. Many women report feeling naseaus with exposure to some foods. Other than this, there are quite a few other symptoms that you may experience. What follows are some morning sickness symptoms and what you can do to alleviate them. Believe it or not, prenatal vitamins can sometimes bring on your morning sickness symptoms. The reason for this isn't widely known--it depends on the person. While some vitamins (like B6) can be helpful in treating your symptoms, other vitamins (like Iron) can bring on an attack. A normal body's chemistry is difficult to balance and it gets worse during pregnancy. The big problem is that, because you have specific nutritional needs, stopping your vitamins is not a good idea. If your symptoms are very bad, make sure you talk to your doctor about changing your vitamin intake. On top of the nausea, some women will experience muscle cramps including their back. If these become severe, you should ask your doctor what pain relievers are safe to take while you are pregnant. Right after eating and of course first thing in the morning you should be cautious about not making any sudden movements. Light exercise can also be helpful, even though you are probably lacking energy at this time. While you have to take it easy during this time, complete inactivity is not good for the body and can make your symptoms worse. Cramps can be a difficult symptom of morning sickness, and in many cases the best treatment for this is rest. One of the things that you need to be sure to remember about having morning sickness symptoms is that you are unique so your symptoms will not necessarily be the same symptoms that other people are experiencing so not all remedies will work for you. When it concerns food: don't try to force yourself to eat something to which you have a definite aversion. This rule does not apply to milk because pregnant women need lots and lots of calcium. If you do not want to drink milk, you might be lactose intolerant so try a lactose-free milk. Yogurt and milk products made from milk gotten from goats and sheep are other alternatives to cow's milk. The general rule is to figure out which foods aggravate your morning sickness symptoms and to avoid them while making sure that you still get good nutrition. You will notice long about the second trimester that these symptoms also begin to fade along with your waist line. Yet it can seem like a very long time if you are walking around feeling sick much of the day. You may find some relief in herbal remedies but a simple diet change and lots of rest is all it takes. The majority of pregnant women make it through the above symptoms even though they are fairly difficult. Answered by Manuela Omary 1 year ago.

Alcohol Poisoning ~ Glad you decided to quit drinking because you must really drink a bunch to get this sick. Happy your gonna quit, enjoy your life now ~ pain free! Answered by Jovita Gauze 1 year ago.


Numbness and Dizziness Due to Alcohol?
I'm a 16 years old girl who is in college and I've been drunk so many times.I know It's pretty stupid for an age like me to get drunk but whatever. I've been in and out of the hospital for 4 times already because when I get drunk there's a tendency for me to feel numb and to vomit all the time.... Asked by Dayle Blum 1 year ago.

I'm a 16 years old girl who is in college and I've been drunk so many times.I know It's pretty stupid for an age like me to get drunk but whatever. I've been in and out of the hospital for 4 times already because when I get drunk there's a tendency for me to feel numb and to vomit all the time. But I always drink and there are much worse cases of me getting wasted and after the day I got drunk I'm alright. But sometimes even when I'm not that drunk symptoms occur. Yesterday we got drunk and the next morning I kept on vomiting all the food, drinks, and everything. Until all I ever vomit was my saliva. And then I got terrible chest pains and my body slowly start to get numb and It's like pins where attacking me. On my hands, feet, legs, stomach, heart, face, and brain. It's terrible and I can't even speak and my hands weren't moving. It's like mild stroke for a whole damn 5 min. Then I got better after getting dextrose but I still felt shaky and my head is all whined up. Plus I was dehydrated. What could this sickness be? And yes I promise myself, my mom and my doctor to never drink again. Answered by Gail Jerauld 1 year ago.

It's called alcoholism. Yes, you will get drunk again. Answered by Jinny Akhtar 1 year ago.


What is the solubility of diazepam tablet to normal saline solution (NSS) ? ples provide a link if possible.TY?
im doing thesis, and i nid to dissolve diazepam tablet in NSS..how many ml. of NSS do i nid to dissolve for the tablet to be ready for administration...? thank you in advance Asked by Xenia Lannier 1 year ago.

You would not dissolve a tablet in NSS to administer it. Valium is equally insoluble in both 5% dextrose and normal saline (0.9 %). In both solutions, it precipitates out in solution. It is only dissolvable in alcohol and you would need an appropriate alcohol solution for dissolving it for injection. For the purposes of you these, you should probably stick to a commercially prepared solution for injection. Diazepam in liquid form for IV or IM administraiton is dissolved in 40% propylene glycol and 10% alcohol with 5% sodium benzoate and benzoic acid added as buffers and 1.5% benzyl alcohol added as a preservative. Answered by Dino Kearin 1 year ago.


Anaerobic Respiration and Fermentation Lab Result Explanations PLEASE*?
Okay, here's my summary of the lab we did in bio today: The purpose of this lab was to determine the conditions that are necessary in order for anaerobic respiration to take place by filling five test tubes to the six centimeter mark with different stock solutions made up of five different combinations of... Asked by Penni Nannini 1 year ago.

Okay, here's my summary of the lab we did in bio today: The purpose of this lab was to determine the conditions that are necessary in order for anaerobic respiration to take place by filling five test tubes to the six centimeter mark with different stock solutions made up of five different combinations of water, yeast, dextrose (sugar), and boiled yeast, then adding five drops of bromothymol blue to each test tube, then putting them in a hot water bath for about 15 minutes. Test tube one contained approximately 60 centimeters of water. Test tube two contained approximately 30 centimeters of water and 30 centimeters of dextrose. Test tube three contained approximately 30 centimeters of water and 30 centimeters of yeast. Test tube four contained approximately 20 centimeters of water, 20 centimeters of yeast, and 20 centimeters of dextrose. Test tube five contained approximately 20 centimeters of water, 20 centimeters of boiled yeast, and 20 centimeters of dextrose. Test Tube 1: remained blue, no fermentation occurred. Test Tube 2: remained blue, no fermentation occurred. Test Tube 3: turned a pale yellow indicating that fermentation had occurred. Test Tube 4: turned a pale yellow indicating that fermentation had occurred. Test Tube 5: remained blue, no fermentation occurred. Can someone explain my results and why I got them? I'm so confused about all this cellular respiration stuff because we've only been talking about it for about half a class and I just can't seem to grasp it. THANK YOU SO MUCH. Answered by Debra Wince 1 year ago.

Cellular respiration is essentially the reverse of photosynthesis: whereas photosynthesis uses energy from ATP (transformed from ADP essentially from light energy) to make sugar, cellular respiration is the opposite: it breaks down sugar into usable energy, i.e. ATP. Cellular respiration occurs mainly in animals, who cannot create their own sugar via photosynthesis. In order to understand your lab results, you have to understand that there are two parts of respiration and one part before it: glycolysis. Before glucose can move into the Krebs Cycle (a.k.a. the Citric Acid Cycle), it must be basically split into two. This is known as glycolysis. It occurs in the cell's cytoplasm. During glycolysis, sugar is split into two molecules known as pyruvates. If these pyruvates were to go on to aerobic respiration, they would move become part of the Krebs Cycle and form ATP. However, during anaerobic respiration, these pyruvates are moved into the mitochonrion's matrix (also called the cytosol). In animals, anaerobic respiration produces lactic acid out of pyruvates, which is what causes "muscle burn" during strenuous exercise. However, in microorganisms such as yeast, the pyruvates ferment into ethanol and carbon dioxide; this is how alcohol is made and why it is "bubbly." Moving on to your lab: Fermentation did not occur in: TEST TUBE 1 (WATER) because fermentation requires a living organism, in this case, yeast. Water is not alive; it does not have the cells needed to respire. TEST TUBE 2 (DEXTROSE) because of the same principle as test tube 1. Cellular respiration needs cells, and sugar is not alive. TEST TUBE 5 (BOILED YEAST AND DEXTROSE) because although it has yeast in it, the yeast was killed during boiling. Remember that yeast is a microorganism, and exposure to such high temperatures caused it to die. Dead things cannot carry out the living process of respiration. Fermentation occurred in: TEST TUBE 3 (YEAST) because yeast carries out the process of cellular respiration; it is alive. TEST TUBE 4 (YEAST AND DEXTROSE) because the yeast fed off the sugar and needed to break it down. Remember that breaking down sugar implies cellular respiration, because that is what the process does. Because yeast cannot use aerobic respiration, it must use anaerobic respiration, and caused the dextrose to ferment. Answered by Brittney Mccomis 1 year ago.

Anaerobic respiration is basically cell respiration, but without the oxygen and without the citric acid cycle. So in the cellular respiration reaction, your reactants are glucose(a simple sugar) and oxygen. And your products are water and carbon dioxide. You take away the oxygen, and basically, glucose breaks down to lactic acid and a couple of ATP molecules. This is the type of fermentation that happens in human cells. Thus, fermentation is a type of anaerobic respiration. Though, in some plant cells and yeast cells, fermentation leads to the production of an alcohol(called ethanol) and carbon dioxide. Answered by Isreal Darocha 1 year ago.

This Site Might Help You. RE: Anaerobic Respiration and Fermentation Lab Result Explanations PLEASE*? Okay, here's my summary of the lab we did in bio today: The purpose of this lab was to determine the conditions that are necessary in order for anaerobic respiration to take place by filling five test tubes to the six centimeter mark with different stock solutions made up of five different... Answered by Maurine Pagaduan 1 year ago.


My dog ate 5 pieces of sugarless stride gum!!!! PLEASE HELP!!?
my dog is 2 years old and she is 16 lbs she is a schnoodle and she ate 5 piece of stride sugarless gum!! PLEASE!! she ate the wrappers and everytihing....i might of been 5-7 pieces! PLEASE HELP!!!! Asked by Vella Lass 1 year ago.

I just posted this for another person who's dog ate sugarless gum. Here is why some sugarless gum is toxic to dogs: Can something as common as chewing gum be toxic? The answer is yes. According to the Animal Poison Control Center, last year they managed over 170 sick pets after eating products containing Xylitol. Xylitol is a sugar-alcohol sweetener found in sugar-free human food products such as chewing gum, candy, baked goods as well as other products. Dogs that eat significant amounts can develop a sudden drop in blood sugar, which can cause weakness, lethargy, loss of coordination, collapse and seizures. Symptoms can begin in as little as 30 minutes and last hours. It is recommended that pets that experience symptoms be taken to a veterinarian or local emergency clinic for evaluation. Treatment may include hospitalization and intravenous fluids with dextrose supplementation. Some pets can remain symptomatic and may maintain a low blood sugar for several hours. I suggest you read this and determine if your dog needs emergency vet care! repeat post! Answered by Mitzie Naruaez 1 year ago.

Stride Gum Ingredients Answered by Cheyenne Swartzmiller 1 year ago.

Xylitol is used as a sweetener in many products, especially sugarless gum and candies. Ingesting large amounts of products sweetened with xylitol may cause a sudden drop in blood sugar in dogs, resulting depression, loss of coordination, and seizures. According to Dr. Eric K. Dunayer, a consulting veterinarian in clinical toxicology for the poison control center, "These signs can develop quite rapidly, at times less than 30 minutes after ingestion of the product" states Dr. Dunayer, "...therefore, it is important that pet owners seek veterinary treatment immediately." Answered by Romona Stinner 1 year ago.

My boxer ate like 10 pieces of Trident Gum that has Xylitol in it poisonous to dogs but he was fine Answered by Nancee Blanca 1 year ago.

Sugarless gum is dangerous to animals, especially dogs. Seek medical attention immediately. Answered by Tandra Cudmore 1 year ago.

There is a harmful ingredient in some gums. Find a label and read the ingredients to poison control or an emergency vet over the phone to be sure. Think the ingredient starts with an X. Answered by Troy Memmott 1 year ago.

VET NOW!!! This IS an emergency, xylitol chewing gums are extremely toxic to dogs! You need an ER NOW!!!! Answered by Marilu Edgett 1 year ago.

Calm down, this may sound terrible but my dog ate a whole entire pack of stride gum, wrappers and all. He weighs 14lbs and he was absolutely fine, didn't even vomit. I would simply keep a close eye on her and if she does vomit, that's good. Just make sure she doesn't vomit blood, if she does, call a vet immediately. Answered by Maurice Akamiro 1 year ago.

Your dog will be O.K. Calm down a bit...Its ok my dog has ate packets of gum before wrapper and all and is still liveing has lived a happy healthy 3 years after Answered by Carolann Demny 1 year ago.

Check gum ingredients for Xylitol ! If you found it...call vet! Answered by Andra Shadrick 1 year ago.


Does it matter if after an overdose of ethylene glycol if you are sick about 5 mins after ingesting?
this is a question asked purely out of curiosity, i have not taken an overdose. i am a medical student and need a source for my notes. thank you :) x Asked by Kaley Norbury 1 year ago.

Ethylene glycol is the sweet antifreeze that alcoholic sometime imbibe when they have no cash for alcohol. The injestion of ethylene glycol is a medical emergency. Chances are that you are not going to feel so well after 5mins of injestion. What happens is that you get a gap metabolic acidosis. Such a patient would need urgent treatment with fomepizole or ethanol to prevent the catabolism of ethylene glycol by alcohol dehydrogenase. MS3 - good luck. Answered by Veda Otanicar 1 year ago.

The answers above are great. In addition, the possibility of aspiration during vomiting needs to be taken into consideraton. Aspiration pneumonia is a likelihood as glyols are petroleum based. Answered by Isiah Kirks 1 year ago.

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Where are you studing medicine? I can't believe you don't know the harmful effects of Anti-Freeze! Answered by Eleonora Bergold 1 year ago.

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