|Manufacturer||Abbott Healthcare, India|
|Pack Size||Qty||Price Per Pill or Unit||Price||Cart|
|30 Tablet/s||US$ 0.85||US$ 25.50|
|60 Tablet/s||US$ 0.76||US$ 45.5011%US$ 51.00|
|90 Tablet/s||US$ 0.69||US$ 62.5018%US$ 76.50|
About the drug:
Calcitriol is the main active pharmaceutical ingredient present in Rocaltrol tablets. Calcitriol belongs to the group of medications called vitamin D3 metabolites, which actively regulates and absorb the calcium from the gastrointestinal tract and its utilization in the body. This drug is used for the correction of the abnormalities of calcium and phosphate metabolism in patients with renal osteodystrophy.
Uses of the drug:
This medicine is used to treat certain conditions caused by abnormal parathyroid hormone levels or low levels of calcium in the blood. It is usually used in the people who are on dialysis. Calcitriol is sometimes also used to treat or prevent rickets, osteomalacia, hypophosphatemia, and used in premature babies who are having low level of blood calcium.
Working of the drug:
This drug consists of Calcitriol. This drug is a man made vitamin D, that helps to regulate calcium and phosphate levels in the body which are important for maintaining a healthy strong bones and teeth. This drug works by promoting proper absorption and use of calcium and phosphate by the body in normal bone development and maintenance.
Rocaltrol is manufactured by Abbott Healthcare, India. The drugs are available on our website under various pack sizes. To buy Rocaltrol 0.25 mg tablets online, visit alldaychemist.com.
Dosage form and strengths:
The drug is available in the form of Tablets under the following brand name and strength on our website:
- Rocaltrol – 0.25 mg tablet
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Before you take the drug:
Do not take the drug if you:
- Are allergic to this active ingredient Calcitriolor any other ingredient of the medicine
- Have high levels of vitamin D or calcium in the blood
- Are pregnant or planning to be pregnant in the near future
- Are breastfeeding, as the drug may pass into the breast milk
Tell your doctor if you:
- Have a problem of high blood pressure
- Have diabetes
- Have kidney stones
- Have any blood vessel problem
- Have a high phosphate level in the blood
- Have liver disease
- Are dehydrated, or recently had a surgery
- Have a history of skin reactions such as rash, hives, and itching
How much to take the drug?
The dosage depends upon your age, weight, medical condition and your response to the treatment. Therefore, your doctor will decide the dose. Take the dose exactly as prescribed by the doctor. Never take two 0.25 mg tablets to substitute one 0.5 mg Tablet.
How to take the drug?
The drug is usually recommended to be taken with the food or snacks. The tablet is to be swallowed as a whole with a glass of water. Do not break or chew the tablet.
For how long to take it?
You should take the dose until you complete the prescription. Do not change the dose or stop it even if you feel better. You should complete the prescribed dose.
In case of an overdose, get emergency medical attention or call the doctor immediately.
If you miss a dose of Calcitriol, then take it as soon as you remember. Never take the missed dose if the time to take the next dose is almost up. Taking multiple doses at almost same time results in excess medication in your body which can be harmful.
Side effects of the drug:
Diarrhea, nausea, vomiting, and rash are the common side effects of Calcitriol. If any of these effects continue for a longer time or become worse, contact your doctor straight away.
Calcitriol may rarely cause serious side effects such as increased thirst, urinating more than usual, pain in your lower back, uneven heart rate, weakness, drowsiness, bone pain, muscle weakness, nausea, constipation, loss of appetite, unexplained weight loss, metallic taste in your mouth. Information on the side effects of Calcitriol in this guide is not complete and there may be other side effects.
Common drug interactions:
You must always in advance let your doctor know about your medical history, carry the list of all medications which you may be using, especially these ones if you are taking: Antacids, Calcium supplements, Colestipol, Digoxin, Diuretics, Ketoconazole, Laxatives, Oral steroids such as dexamethasone, Cholestyramine, Other forms of vitamin D, and Phenytoin. However, this is incomplete information as mentioning all the details for this drug is quite difficult. There may be other medications that may show interaction. Never start a new medication with consulting a doctor.
Things to remember:
- Do not share this medicine with anyone else, even if they show similar symptoms as you do
- Do not use this medication for any other disease without consulting with the doctor
- In case you do not feel better after completing the medication prescribed by your doctor, then consult your doctor immediately
- Do not freeze this it, store this medicine at room temperature