NUTRITIONAL USAGE OF ARGINAID
Airginaid shows positive effect on following conditions of following types of ulcers:
bedsores (also known as pressure ulcers), complications of diabetes mellitus (diabetic foot ulcers), stasis (or venous) ulcers. Arginaid is prescribed for treatment of burn skin injuries and surgical wounds that which have not undergone the normal process of healing (so called non healing surgical wounds)
You can buy it under Medicaid and Medicare programs.
The product contains 0.11 kilo calories per milliliter, in case the medicine is mixed with about 240 ml of water.
Arginaid has following caloric distribution (in percentage correlation) protein 72% (L-arginine), carbohydrate: 28%.
Does not contain fat.
L-arginine dosage per serving: 4.5 g
Osmolality index (mOsm per kg water correlation): 170 (when the product is mixed with 237 ml water)
Arginaid consumption is appropriate for sustaining of kosher diet regiment as well as free of lactose, gluten, or sugar diet plan.
In case of a forthcoming surgical jejunostomy, consult your general practitioner regarding or other healthcare provider for the concerning the moderate level of acidity (pH 3.0-4.0) of Arginine Powder.
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INSTRUCTIONS ON RECOMMENDED USAGE
Oral Administration presupposes mixing of one packet ARGINAID with 6-8 fl oz (180-240 ml) of water, stir briskly and consume.
Airginaid can be easily mixed with various typed of liquids (water, fruit juices, yogurts etc.)
Administration Through Tube Feeding : Mix 1 ARGINAID packet with 4-6 fl oz (120-240 ml) of water. The product should be administered by syringe through a feeding tube and afterwards thoroughly flushed with at least of 1-2 fl oz (30-60 ml) of water.
Recommended serving amount is 2 servings per day. Amount of servings can differ in accordance with individual needs after professional assessment by a qualified medical worker or healthcare provider.