R.B. Tone contains Calcium lactate. Calcium lactate is indicated for the prevention or treatment of calcium imbalance and deficiency. Calcium lactate can reduce or prevent the rate of bone loss and improves muscular performance including myocardial muscles and neurological functions.
R.B.Tone is product from Medley Pharmaceuticals Limited. R.B.Tone is a multidivisional and multi location organization with strong presence in Pharmaceutical formulations. The specialties include Hematinics, Anti ulcerants, Anti bacterials, Pain management, Gynecology & cardiovascular drugs. We specialise in Iron preparations, our mega brand being R.B.Tone Syrup. We also have many 1st time in India brands to our credit like Dompan (Domperidone & Pantoprazole), O2 (Ornidazole & Ofloxacin), Tazocef (Tazobactum & ceftriaxone) & Ostium k2 (1st brand of Vitamin K27 combination in India)
Early stage calcium deficiency may not cause any symptoms. However, symptoms will develop as the condition progresses.
Severe symptoms of hypocalcemia include:
Confusion or memory loss
Numbness and tingling in the hands, feet, and face
Weak and brittle nails
Easy fracturing of the bones
Calcium deficiencies can affect all parts of the body, resulting in weak nails, slower hair growth, and fragile, thin skin. Calcium also plays an important role in both neurotransmitter release and muscle contractions. So, calcium deficiencies can bring on seizures in otherwise healthy people.
As directed by your Physician
Adverse Reactions/ Side Effects
Calcium lactate can cause increased micturition, constipation, anorexia, nausea or vomiting, constipation, dry mouth, polydipsia and GI discomfort.
Warnings and Precautions
Calcium lactate is contraindicated in patients with renal stones and parathyroid gland dysfunctions.
Calcium lactate and Pregnancy
Consult a healthcare provider if you are in gestation or planning to have a baby during Calcium lactate treatment.
Calcium lactate and Lactation
Nursing mother should consult a physician before taking Calcium lactate.
Calcium lactate and Children
Calcium lactate should be given as prescribed by a paediatrician.
Calcium lactate may interact with tetracycline group of drugs, antacids, other calcium supplements, digoxin, vitamin D supplements and antacids.
Do not consume alcohol while receiving Calcium lactate. Alcohol can increase the risk of osteoporosis. Consumption of bran (fiber) can lower the absorption rate of calcium.
Calcium lactate should be taken preferably with food
Mechanism of Action
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