Pediagermina Ampoules

Composition: One 5ml Probiotic Ampoules contains spores of Bacillus clausii – 2 billion.

Formulation: Spores of Oral Suspension

Therapy / Class: Anti-Diarrheal / Probiotic

Mechanism of Action

> Adhere to the intestinal wall, Promotes Epithelial Growth, survive while transit through the GI tract & resist antibiotics.

> Inhibit pathogens & Prevent pathogen attachment.

> Neutralize microbial toxins.

> Stimulate immunoglobulin A.

> Promote intestinal mucosa health.

> Treat & Prevent Gut Barrier Impairment



> Treatment of Infective Diarrhoea

> Dysbiosis (Treatment of Antibiotic Associated Diarrhoea)

> Prevents infections in preterm neonates.

> Treatment of nasal allergies & upper respiratory infections in children

Dosage & Administration:

Infective Diarrhoea & Dysbiosis: in Children and infants: 10^9 spores/day. Use is recommended for short periods of time.

Nasal allergies (children): 3 Packs/day ( 10^9 spores/vial) administered orally for 3 weeks to allergic children

Preterm neonates (less than 34 weeks  gestational age): 2mL every 8 hours mixed with enteral feeds (delivering 10^9 spores per day) until postnatal age of 6 weeks


> 1 x5ml oral suspension packed in ampoules


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