Item No. 0303234

Pedialyte Advancedcare Oral Electrolyte Solution, Cherry Punch, 1.1quarts

Pedialyte Advancedcare Oral Electrolyte Solution, Cherry Punch, 1.1quarts


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Ensure your child’s health with this pediatrician-recommended Pedialyte Advance Care oral electrolyte solution. Designed to replace electrolytes in the body and prevent your child from becoming dehydrated after sickness, this advanced formula is enriched with PreActiv Prebiotics to promote digestive health. Children love Pedialyte’s great-tasting formula, which makes it easy to administer.

Features & Benefits:

  • Helps prevent dehydration due to diarrhea and vomiting
  • Replaces electrolytes
  • Helps replenish the zinc lost during diarrhea
  • Contains no fruit juice
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Height 8.2 inches
Width 3.4 inches
Depth 3.4 inches
Product Weight 1.1 quarts
Unit Price $5.67 per QUART Liquid (on regular retail)
Available Online
Package Count 1
Depth 3.4
Width 3.4
Height 8.2
Product Weight 1.1
Product Weight UOM quarts
Container Type Bottle
Form Liquid
Flavor Cherry Punch
Model 63057
Indications Helps prevent dehydration
Country of Manufacture United States
Ingredient Preference Made in the USA
Ready to use. Do not add water or dilute. Tastes best served cold. Usage: For infants under 1 year of age: Consult your doctor. For children 1 year And older: Begin with small frequent sips every 15 minutes, increasing serving size as tolerated. Continue for as long as diarrhea is present. To maintain proper hydration, 1-2 liters (32 to 64 fl oz) of Pedialyte AdvancedCare may be needed per day. Consult your doctor if vomiting, fever, or diarrhea continues beyond 24 hours. Do not use if printed band around cap or inner foil seal is missing or broken. Remove protective band And twist off cap. Remove And throw away protective foil seal. After opening, replace cap, refrigerate And uses within 48 hours.
Use under medical supervision not for children with galactosemia.